The idea of chilling in a rainforest has undeniable appeal, making it well worth the seven-hour drive to Orlando for some Lava Nachos, a lil' Tribal Salmon, and VOLLLCAAAAAANNNOOOO!! Damn this Cafe rules. Or just go for the real thing, by hopping a plane to Rain Forest Adventures Costa Rica Atlantic
Having just launched its new AdrenaLine zip...line, RFACRA is a private 1,200ac reserve located just outside of San Jóse, featuring canopy tours, animal observing ops, and cozy wooded-up bungalow lodging with a balcony and "incredible views of mountains, stars, and the forest", which should convince you that it's time to get Ghost, Dog. Start with the 700m zip tour which flies you over the Molinete River and a small island, and has 14 platform stops amongst Caobilla trees, plus an extremely rare bigger-than-Rollins tree known as "Tostado", which is clearly named after the world's oldest currently competing elite rhythmic gymnast, Almudena Cid Tostado. There's also the Serpentarium (home to 20 species of snakes and reptiles), a Butterfly & Frog Garden, and a 10-hour trekking tour which includes two meals and a one-hour aerial tram ride over the natural habitat of hundreds of mammals like the white-faced monkey and the two-toed sloth -- as opposed to a Two-Toad Sloth, which, due to the weight of those frogs, always plunges off the side of Rainbow Road
You can also hang out in their outdoor video presentation zone, sip awesomely local joe and espresso in the café, or knock back cocktails in an observation area called The Broccoli Tree Gazebo, where you can only hope to meet a single lady as desperate as you for some Mojo Bones.