The Manuel Antonio National Park is located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica in the province of Puntarenas, this park was selected by Forbes Magazine in 2011 among the list of the 12 most beautiful parks in the world
We will start the route towards our adventure crossing the mountains that border the central valley, we will use route 27 where we will then take the southern waterfront, on the way we will stop to have a delicious Costa Rican breakfast.
We will enjoy beautiful views of the ocean, villages along the Pacific coast, African palm plantations all this until we reach the city of Quepos and from there continue towards the National Park.
Then there will be a walk in the rainforest along a nature trail in the park until you reach the beach, where you can take a bath or take a tour of the
trails, which will allow us to observe its abundant flora and fauna, especially several species of monkeys, such as the Tití, the white-faced or capuchin monkey, howler monkey, raccoons, pizotes, iguanas, sloths and all kinds of exotic birds too. After having enjoyed the national park we will head back to the restaurant where a delicious lunch awaits us before returning to the city.
- Duration: 8 hours
- Available: Every day of the year
- Approximate Hotel Departure Time: 8:00 a.m.
- Approximate time to the hotel: 4:00 p.m.
- Recommended for all ages
Transportation-Guide- tickets – breakfast and lunch.
Recommendations: Comfortable clothes, sandals, towel, sunscreen, repellent for
insects, hat or cap and camera.