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Manuel Antonio or Quepos: Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

1. Manuel Antonio or Quepos: Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

Discover Manuel Antonio National Park, a small biological island established in 1972 by the Costa Rican government to preserve its precious wildlife. Though Manuel Antonio National Park is the smallest park in the country, it’s also the most visited due to its charming combination of rain forests, beaches, coral reefs, and wildlife. After being picked up from your hotel by your excerpt driver-guide, get ready to explore a diverse range of fauna spanning 109 species of mammals and 184 birds. As you explore, look out for raccoons, coatis, agoutis, sloths, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, and the famous Titi monkey, an endangered subspecies unique to the park. Be led by your guide on a breathtaking walking tour through the jungle and experience the secrets and wonders of this amazing ecosystem. See kingfishers, the yellow crowned night heron and many more bird species. Benefit from assistance taking high-quality nature photos using your own digital camera combined with professional telescopes provided on the tour.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

The park itself is just beautiful with plenty of wildlife to see. The beach inside the park is very nice and clean. Our guide did show us quite a few species, from sloths, to howler monkeys, to bats, lizards and even spiders, explaining along the way the different ecosystems.

Amazing tour through one of the most beautiful national parks in Costa Rica. You can learn a lot about local species and even have a bath in one of the most gorgeous and wild beaches in the world.

Despite the heavy rain at the beginning, everything went very well because we saw more animals than we expected!!

Our guide Watch gave us a great tour if the park and he was very enthusiastic. Great way to spend Christmas day!