This park has impressive landscapes white-sand beaches (are contained Manuel Antonio, Espadilla Sur, Tesoro, Playita) and lush foliage amidst great mountains and forests that reach the beaches.
Known for scenic beauty, the park is visited by a large number of national and international tourists.
At 1,983 hectares (7.7 square miles), Manuel Antonio is one of the smallest national parks in Costa Rica. But it protects an impressive range of biodiversity. There are over 100 mammal species including three of monkey species, sloths, iguanas and over 180 bird species, including the toucans, macaws, motmots, parakeets, falcons and tanagers. All this wildlife is drawn to the park’s lush rainforest, which you can explore via a series of well-maintained hiking trails.
Romantic enough for couples and honeymooners
Full of entertaining wildlife that delights kids
Accessible to seniors and individuals with physical disabilities including individuals who use wheelchairs
Replete with the rich biodiversity that appeals to nature-lovers
Photogenic enough for photographers
Blessed with an assortment of beaches that range in size, remoteness, and popularity
Manuel Antonio National Park is closed Tuesday.
Opens from 7am to 3pm.
The estimated time to stay is 3 to 4 hours.
round-trip transportation, from/to the guest’s hotel or private residence in Manuel Antonio or Quepos, refreshments (wáter or coconut water, and fresh tropical fruit).
English and Spanish guide and Entrance fee.
Photos are optional and offered to be purchased as
an extra service, available upon request.
all ages .
Suncreen, towel, swimwear or appropriate water clothes.
Optional: hat, sunglasses, water shoes and Light change of clothes.
*Private service available for additional cost of $ 20/p
*A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
We had a great time in Arenal zipping through the trees and loved rafting the Savegre, but the highlight of my trip was learning to surf in Manuel Antonio with you guys! The instructors were amazing and I was pretty psyched to not only learn to surf but some tricks too, in just one day!. Thank you Dante! The only bummer was that surfing was the last day of our trip, and I would have liked to surf a few more days! so… I’ll be back!