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  • Meredith Peters

Magical Manuel Antonio In Costa Rica

Imagine cool rain forest explorations, coffee-fueled afternoons on pristine beaches lined with palm trees and seductive sunsets with the sounds of tropical birds singing in the trees.


This could be your vacation reality if you travel to Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica.

Manuel Antonio Beach Costa Rica

The quaint oceanside village of Manuel Antonio is a wonderful place to visit, with plenty of options to relax and explore at your own pace. Nature lovers, adventure seekers and travelers wanting to relax surrounded by Mother Nature's blessings in a tropical location will be drawn to this magical place in Costa Rica.

Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

One of the highlights of this area is the Manuel Antonio National Park, which is home to an incredible variety of flora and fauna, including over 100 species of mammals and 180 species of birds. You might be lucky enough to spot endangered three-toed sloths and capuchin monkeys as you explore the park's coral reefs, beaches, and rainforests.


For such a small place, the accommodation options are impressive, and you can find luxury boutique hotels with infinity pools, beachfront villas and lots of eco-friendly options.


The village of Manuel Antonio is small with some little shops, restaurants, bars and street vendors. High in the hills, you can find accommodation. If you like the quiet life, you will love hanging out here. For a more happening scene, head to Quepos. This port city is where most of the luxury hotels, spas, shopping and dining establishments are.


Holiday Highlights

  • Braving Quepos Bridge

  • Monkey encounters

  • Snorkeling, surfing, swimming and sport fishing

  • Walking across hanging bridges in the Rainmaker Park

  • Cool dips in stunning waterfalls

  • Fresh pineapple and bananas every day

With its stunning natural beauty and range of amenities, Manuel Antonio is a must-visit destination in Costa Rica.


Send me a message today if you are dreaming of an incredible time in Costa Rica.

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