soft sand, calm waters, easy slope on the beach. Great access to the town. no parking - most people stay there or take the bus.
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About Playa Manuel Antonio
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This beach is very nice however it is very crowded with tourists and park visitors. You have to walk through the park to get there so it’s hard to bring anything with you such as food or chairs to sit on. There are lots of...More
We spent several hours taking our time along the trails and were rewarded with seeing a sloth descend a tree for its weekly bathroom visit. It's definitely worth your while to walk slowly and look up and around frequently to see birds, monkeys, insects and...More
An amazing experience in the jungles of Costa Rica. Walk the paths and keep your eyes and ears open for a plethora of animals. Hire a guide and they'll help you spot even more wildlife with their keen eyes and telescopes. Gorgeous beach to chill...More
I hiked into the park and saw 4 sloths, dozens of monkeys, raccoon like creatures, chuppacoberras, and dozens of birds. The trails are clear but at times were muddy. I also had a lovely swim at the beach but be aware the monkeys and raccoon...More
About Manuel Antonio Hotels The closer you are to the park gate the more expense it is this goes for the restaurants and supermarket as well. There is a good public bus service from Quepos to Manuel Antonio at only 315 col each way. Most...More
Stopped off in Manuel Antonio and stayed the night. Walk along the beach and enjoy the monkeys climbing in the trees.
Since entering the Manuel Antonio area we have done 3 tours using the Iguana Tours Company: Whitewater rafting, National Park Tour and the Tour of the Mangroves in Damas. The driver and guides have been fabulous. Special mention to our river guides Wes, JJ, Fulham...More