The Manuel Antonio National Park is a natural conservation area located on the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the city of Quepos, which is part of the province of Puntarenas.
From the port of Quepos, the road extends 7 km inland, before reaching the beaches of Manuel Antonio village and the entrance to Manuel Antonio National Park. The serpentine
road passes over a number of hills, full of picturesque views of forested slopes leading down to the palm-fringed coastline.
Manuel Antonio is an attractive combination of rain forest, coral reefs, wildlife and beaches; it is considered by many as the most beautiful spot in the country.
Manuel Antonio National Park has one of the most impressive landscapes in Costa Rica and the world; counts with amazing beaches of white sand and lush foliage betwen great
mountains and forests that reach the beaches. It belongs to the tropical rainforest class. It is definitely a dream destination.
Bring: Sunscreen, swimsuit, a hat and insect repellent!
Don’t Miss: Cruise, hiking and Ocean Kayaking