Manuel Antonio National Park
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With its white sand beaches, the abundant animal and plant life and its scenic footpaths, the Manuel Antonio National Park is a popular place to visit.
It is a combination of a paradisiacal beach of crystalline waters with coral reefs, bordered by abundant vegetation and the natural captivations of the tropical humid forest. Its beaches are counted among the best of the country, where the snorkeling and surfing are very popular.
On the way to Manuel Antonio along the coastal line, you will cross plantations of African palm and picturesque villages along the Pacific coast until you reach the port of Quepos a few minutes after the National Park. Upon our arrival we will hike to the park, crossing a creek to access the park, since this park is closed to vehicles.
Once at the park, you can simply enjoy the beach, tan or take a nature walk through the park’s trails, which will allow you to observe the abundant flora and fauna of the park. You will see several species of monkeys, iguanas, birds, and if you’re lucky, the three toed sloth. One of the trails borders Cathedral Point from which the sight of the park and the sea is spectacular.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off (selected hotels only); Guide; Entrance fee to national park; Lunch.
Hours of operation
Available: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday; Departs at 7:00am.
Bring: Light Clothing, Bathing Suite, Sandals, Towel, Suntan Lotion, Hat and Camera.
Minimum of 2 passengers is required for the tour to run.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**