Manuel Antonio National Park
It’s just like experiencing Costa Rica for the first time … absolutely unforgettable. Take a leisurely hike with a highly trained, well-educated Costa Rican naturalist guide through our exotic, bio-diverse tropical rainforest. Manuel Antonio National Park, preserved as the National treasure for almost 40 years, is home to iguanas, two and three toed sloths, coatis, exotic birds, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, the rare and adorable squirrel monkey, deer, millions of colorful little crabs, raccoons, and much more! There are 5 walking trails inside the Manuel Antonio park. The trail that winds around Punta Cathedral, along with the waterfall trail, afford spectacular, breath-taking views of Manuel Antonio and the Pacific.
Manuel Antonio’s National Park guided tour
Pick up 7:30am $46/pp (children under 11 years old, pay $30) cash only. Includes: Park entrance, transfer, bilingual guide. Wear comfortable shoes, light clothing, bathing suit under your clothes (you’ll end up at the beach) Put sunblock and bug spray on your legs before you go. Watch your bags from the aggressive monkeys looking for food!
Park opens 7am-4pm (you may enter/exit as many times as needed with your ticket stub)
What to Bring: Sunblock, flip flops (for the beach after the tour) towel, water/snacks, and camera. There are no shops/restaurants inside the park. There are washrooms for your convenience.
What to wear: Hiking boots/sandals, comfortable clothes, bathing suit, hat