The Quebrada Walk in Las Villas de San Buenas

October 13, 2012 at 4:32 am 1 comment


Las Villas de San Buenas has two quebradas that cut through the development. Since all waterways in Costa Rica are open to the public any of our residents are free to enter into them from their lot or from the bridge that crosses it. 

The first obvious question, is “What is a quebrada?” 

Answer: A quebrada is a creek

I’ll be posting more photos in the next couple of days from my walk but I thought you would all enjoy this one. Atlas held the world on his shoulders – this tree is heavy enough.🙂

The quebradas have some amazing wildlife and plant life. If you want a perfect blend of Costa Rica nature and easy access to civilized life, please be sure to consider Las Villas de San BuenasImage

Que tengas un buen dia! (have a great day!)

Nick

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  • 1. Costa Rica Nick  |  December 28, 2012 at 6:28 am

    Reblogged this on San Buenas Golf Resorts Weblog.

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