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Manuel Antonio National Park

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Manuel Antonio National Park

A national park full of beaches

(T2777-4122. The park is open 0700-1600, US$10. The entrance to the park is across the tidal estuary of the Quebrada Camaronera. If the tide is too high to wade across, small boats will ferry you for a small fee. On the land side of the river, there is ample parking (US$3 for the day). The half-hourly bus from Quepos ends at the parking area. Guides provide nature tours of the park in Spanish, English and some in German, lasting 2½ hrs, US$20 per person, T2779-1167. Arrange directly with the guides at the entrance to the park, call or make arrangements through your hotel.)

Universally acclaimed as one of the most scenic landscapes of Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio National Park is a gem of tropical wilderness. Whether you are a lover of pristine sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, or of wandering through tropical forests that are teeming with wildlife, you will find something in this park for you.

The park only protects 1625 ha (with a further 55,000 ha of marine preserve...

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  • the parque is super touristy: there is a street going through. we saw taxis bringing people into the park. the parking is expensive (6 USD) and its hard to differentiate park officials and local parking business man. the animals are more tamed than wild. i would not recommend a visit.
    more than a year ago report abuse
  • Stunning Beach and National park. A must to all nature lovers.
    a couple of years ago report abuse

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