Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica

GET A TASTE OF MANUEL ANTONIO

Manuel Antonio is a small oceanfront town in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica, and it is famous for the national park with the same name. Manuel Antonio is a few kilometers away from Quepos, famous for sports fishing. There are many great places to stay, ranging from extravagantly luxurious condominiums to cozy hideaway hotels nestled in the surrounding nature of the area. Manuel Antonio attracts nature-buffs, eco-travelers, adventure-seekers because it is very biodiverse. Several natural habits house over 100 different mammals and over 100 bird species. It is easy to spot the white-faced and howler monkeys, two-toed sloths, and the endangered squirrel monkey while traveling with the national park. In addition to the above, four beaches are perfect for snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing. And, there are plenty of hiking trails to explore all flora and fauna in the park. Manuel Antonio is a paradise for nature lovers!

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is one of Costa Rica's smallest and most visited national parks. Visitors of Manuel Antonio can unwind on one of the four beautiful beaches or go for a stroll in the lush, green jungle. Manuel Antonio National Park is a fantastic holiday location, with tidal pools teeming with crustaceans, endangered monkey species, and breathtaking panoramic views.

Enjoy Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio offers many incredible places to explore. Experience beautiful white-sand beaches, horseback riding, snorkeling in crystal blue waters, relax under a palm tree and listen to monkeys, enjoy good food, and more. Check out our photo gallery of some things you can do while visiting this unique area of Costa Rica.

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