Manuel Antonio National Park

One of the country's most beautiful natural environments.
From: $99 p.p.


  • Location: Manuel Antonio Park 1 hour south of Jaco Beach
  • Length of the Tour: Full day
  • Pick Up Time: 7:30 am
  • Min. People: 4
  • Includes: Transportation round trip, Bilingual guide, Park entrance fee, bottle of water, lunch and insured vehicles.
  • Recommendations: Sneakers, swimming suit, Towel, sun glasses, camera, hat and sun block

Tour Description

Manuel Antonio National Park Tours, Within a relatively small corner of Costa Rica, tourists can find the excitement and adventure of a vacation in the Costa Rica tropical forest, surrounded by one of the country's most beautiful natural environments, without sacrificing life is modern conveniences. There is a magic to Manuel Antonio National Park that is hard to explain. One thing, however, is absolutely certain: once you have been here you will want to come back again. The Tour departs from Jaco Beach at 7:30am from your hotel, a comfortable Van in company with a bilingual driver and experienced Tour Guide will be with you from the beginning, evacuating all your questions about Costa Rica Rain forest and the area, the tour is highly educative. Once at the Park our Guide will instruct you about the visit. Follow by a 1 hr walk that you wont forget, while you can find the most exotic species of mammals, birds and incredible insects that you will appreciate through our guide's Telescope. The National Park Manuel Antionio National Park, with its 1700 acres of land mass and 135,906 acres of reserve, is tvhe smallest of the 20 national parks Costa Rica has put aside for total protection. Even so, it is the country's second most visited conservation area, after the Poas Volcano located in Alajuela.Located 1.30 hrs south of Jaco Beach, Manuel Antonio National Park in Quepos, which was declared a national park in 1972, is the natural habitat of species such as the endangered squirrel monkey (endemic to the area), white faced Capuchin monkeys, raccoon, three and two-toed sloths, white-nosed coaties, brown pelicans, black-collared hawks and green kingfishers. They share the space with primary and secondary forests, bursting with cedars, bully trees, locust sur, black locusts and silk cotton trees. A mangrove swamp covers about 44.5 acres, adding to the biodiversity of the region. Three different species: red mangrove, buttonwood mangrove and white mangrove - around. There is quite a varied fauna with 109 species of mammals and 184 of birds. About Manuel Antonio Costa Rica Transportation.