Manuel Antonio Nacional
Manuel Antonio is perhaps the
most scenic of Costa Rica’s National Parks. Pristine
sandy beaches separate the incredibly fertile
ground of the tropical rainforest from the endless
expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Manuel Antonio National
Park is easily accessible though its comprehensive
trail system, where one can experience firsthand
this virtual laboratory of diverse flora and fauna.
This experience is best enjoyed when accompanied
by one of our bilingual nature interpreters (nature
guides), whose intricate knowledge of the area
will ensure your best chance to see the hidden
treasures that abound throughout the park - from
primates to termites, giant trees to fragile lichens.
This tour will enable you to capture life-long
memories of your visit to one of the most biologically
diverse places on earth.
Duration: 4 hours.
Pick up time:
•7:00 a.m. (Back to the hotel at 11:00 a.m.)
•12:30 p.m. (Back to the hotel at 4:30 p.m.)
main trails of the Manuel Antonio National Park.
Local transportation with air conditioning
• Bilingual naturalist guide
• Water and fresh fruit, served in the Park.
• Park admission fee valid for the day
This tour takes you on an easy walk through Manuel
Antonio’s National Park main trail system. On
this trip it is common to find monkeys, agoutis,
two-toed and three-toed sloths, white nose coatis,
lizards, birds and much more. While you are observing
these animals your guide will give you a detailed
explanation of all the most interesting aspects
of the life of all the organisms that you observe.
In addition, you can learn about the history and
culture of Quepos and Manuel Antonio.
We suggest that you bring sun block, comfortable
hiking shoes, camera, and should you wish to swim
in the tranquil beaches within the park, a bathing
suit and towel. Bring rain coat May to November.