Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, encompasses rugged rainforest, white-sand beaches and coral reefs. It’s renowned for its vast diversity of tropical plants and wildlife, from three-toed sloths and endangered white-faced capuchin monkeys to hundreds of bird species. The park’s roughly 680 hectares are crossed with hiking trails, which meander from the coast up into the mountains.
This guided tour through one of Costa Rica's most prized national park is worthy of a trip to Costa Rica alone. The full-day adventure provides a true glimpse into the lush forests and local wildlife this country has to offer. From lizards to sloths to birds to monkeys, this tour is not only insightful look into the natural beauty of Costa Rica, but an educational experience as well.
It is guided by an entertaining and extremely knowledgeable certified "nature man" who can spot all sorts of animals with his naked eye. This means you don't miss any of the unique creatures wandering through the forest.
And with a vortex lens handy, it ensures you get to see the animals up close and take stunning pictures as well, and don't forget your swimsuit as the beautiful white sand beaches on the park are the ones you don't want to miss
- 6:30am or 11am (depending on weather/availability & surf training)
Duration: Half day
- Cost: $130 2 people min
What to bring :
- Comfortable shoes
- Swim suit
- Change of clothes
- Mosquito repellent (not spray)
- Sunblock (not spray)
- Transportation round trip
- Park Entrance
- Certified Guide
- Stop at an amazing restaurant (meal not included)