Manuel Antonio National Park
On the way to Manuel Antonio National Park, you will travel along the coastline enjoying scenic views, including African palm plantations. You will also travel through small villages along the Pacific Coast, until you reach the port of Quepos and ultimately the National Park. Since access to the park itself is closed to vehicles, you will hike to the preserve.
Once in the park, you can simply relax and enjoy the beach, sunbathe, or hike through the park’s trails, which will allow you to observe Manuel Antonio’s abundant flora and fauna.
Several species of monkeys, iguanas, birds and possibly even the three-toed sloth can be seen. If you chose to hike the trail to Cathedral Point, do not forget your camera; the views of the park and the sea are simply spectacular!
Included: Transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fee, breakfast and lunch.
Duration: Full Day
What to bring: Swimsuit, sandals, sun block, towel, mosquito repellent, camera, shorts.