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Manuel Antonio National Park

Puntarenas

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"That would allow visitation of some great surfing, hiking, and adventure areas as well as visits to Manuel Antonio National Park, Marino Ballena National Park and the Golfito National Wildlife Refuge."  See More

"The two places I saw the most wildlife were Tortugero (which is on the Caribbean coast) and Manuel Antonio National Park There are also lots of activities in that area including waterfall rappelling, zip lines, kayaking etc."  See More

"But the roads to Manuel Antonio National Park are pretty good."  See More

"For the west coast Manuel Antonio National Park is pretty easy to drive to."  See More

"Manuel Antonio National Park near Quepos."  See More

"Remote areas for real adventure surfing begin in Manuel Antonio National Park and beyond,impressive national parks full of wildlife in the trees during the day and tons of fancier types of wildlife partying at night, very,very cosmopolitan from camping to Luxury level with an exaggerated number of top quality spas, salons, banks,bars, restaurants, organic stands and super beautiful hotels on an amazing seaside park full of lush flowering tropical vegetation."  See More

"Jaco beach is an easy drive from San Jose and Manuel Antonio National Park is a great spot as well."  See More

"However, if you plan to go to Jaco, probably it would be much better if you arrange the zipline tour in Manuel Antonio National Park area, and If so, I would recommend a walk by the Manuel Antonio National Park or take the Manuel Antonio Catamaran Adventures (Ocean King)."  See More

"Best sunset shots as follows: Guanacaste, Manuel Antonio National Park, El Coco Beach, Plantation Key and Marco Island respectively."  See More

"Twice to go to Manuel Antonio National Park and once to drive up to the La Fortuna and Arenal Volcano area with Jacey."  See More

"Otherwise, head right to Manuel Antonio National Park."  See More

"To the south there is Manuel Antonio National Park with lots of wildlife."  See More

"I loved Manuel Antonio National Park for its beaches and wildlife, Monteverde for its cloud forest and ziplining, Palo Verde National Park for its river safaris, and Nosara for its beaches."  See More

"However, be sure to start the trip to Manuel Antonio National Park early in the morning."  See More

"My favorite place to do this is in Manuel Antonio National Park."  See More

"Jaco is close to Manuel Antonio National Park for amazing beaches and nature tours."  See More

"Everyone will say Manuel Antonio National Park but don't be tricked into this, it is a nice park but I think you are looking for something special and off the regular tourist rout."  See More

"The Manuel Antonio National Park is gorgeous and features amazing beaches and trails."  See More

"The Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica's smallest yet busiest national park."  See More

"Be sure to check out Manuel Antonio National Park, which has the NICEST beaches in the area and a few paved (but steep!"  See More

"Isla del Cano is a great place for diving- you can also dive near Manuel Antonio National Park or in Guanacaste (near Tamarindo"  See More

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