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There are those who find that the day trip is not quite enough, and choose to stay overnight. Accommodations are abundant, and prices vary to suit any budget. There are hotels, many houses, or rooms for rent, by the day, week, or month. Yelapa has electricity, but it is suggested that you bring a flashlight. If you forget, you can always buy one in the village. The village has some restaurants which are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. Right on the village pier is one called, , which is open most days, and serves great food. If your timing is right, don't miss one of the full moon bonfires, which are usually attended by quite a few of the locals. If you still find the need to explore, you can arrange a day trip to the (a bird sanctuary), a boat excursion to one of the many secluded beaches, a trip, or a horseback tour (guided or non-guided) to spectacular waterfalls, and swimming holes up the river. On Sundays, watch the community soccer team compete against one of the local villages, or even participate in a softball game, or a croquet match.

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