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The Best Things to Do in Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio is one of the most stunning places to visit in Costa Rica and an absolute must for first-time visitors. The Manuel Antonio National Park and the nearby town of Quepos are situated on Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Coast. Manuel Antonio is well known for its easy hiking, lovely sandy beaches, and the opportunity to observe wildlife that includes sloths, snakes, frogs, and monkeys. This area’s tremendous biodiversity, along with a great selection of activities available here, makes it a destination for everyone. The acclaimed Manuel Antonio National Park is the main attraction of the Central Pacific area, with a collection of modest but compact hotels beautifully built into a rainforest hillside overlooking the town of Manuel Antonio. Here are the best things to do in Manuel Antonio.

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How long to stay in Manuel Antonio?

The majority of visitors to Manuel Antonio stay in Costa Rica for 8 to 10 days, including time at Arenal/La Fortuna and Monteverde. You can visit Manuel Antonio on a day trip from a variety of places in Costa Rica if your time is limited, here are the best options

If you want to spend more time here (and I recommend it), then you’ll want at least one day to explore Manuel Antonio National Park and then at least one more day to explore the local area.

Where to stay in Manuel Antonio

To achieve all you want to do in Manuel Antonio, 3 days is the ideal number of days to visit. The closer your accommodation is to the national park, the higher the price.  If you want more of a local experience, then you should stay in Quepos.

If you have your own car, you can easily stay in places between Quepos and the National Park.

Should you stay in Manuel Antonio National Park or Quepos?

All this depends on the type of accommodation you’re looking for and what you want to do when it comes to whether to stay in Quepos or Manuel Antonio. The distance between the two towns is pretty small, it’s 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) and you’ll be able to travel between them easily, especially if you have your own transport.]. If you want to be closer to the park, we recommend staying in Manuel Antonio. If you are looking for more value for money accommodation then stay in Quepos and take a bus to the park on the day of your visit.  We stayed in Quepos and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Where to Stay in Manuel Antonio

Here’s our pick of the best places to stay in Manuel Antonio.

Parador Nature Resort and Spa is about a 4-minute walk from the beach. This wonderful property is situated in Costa Rica on the Punta Quepos promontory, bordered by 12 acres of wildlife-rich tropical rainforest with magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and Manuel Antonio. This eco-luxurious resort has three swimming pools and three restaurants. The Parador Nature Resort and Spa’s bright, air-conditioned rooms all have balconies with views of the beach, garden, or forest. All rooms include cable TV, a minibar, and a coffee maker. There is free Wi-Fi in all rooms. You can check rates here.

The Arenas Del Mar Beachfront & Rainforest Resort is about a 2-minute walk from the beach. It has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden, a bar, and a communal lounge. This property has a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, and room service, as well as complimentary WiFi. There is a hammam at the resort, as well as nightly entertainment and room service. Air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a coffee maker, a bath, a hairdryer, and a desk are included in the apartments. This glorious place fills up quickly, so reserve early

The Hotel Playa Espadilla is just a one-minute walk from the beach. This hotel is a 1-minute walk from Playa Espadilla Beach and has an outdoor pool, complimentary breakfast, and a tour desk. Tennis courts are also available at Hotel Playa Espadilla. This property’s air-conditioned rooms have a cable TV and a private bathroom with a shower and toilet. A big spa bath is included in the deluxe junior suite. Book a room here.

Where to stay in Quepos

If you’re looking to stay somewhere close, but with a local vibe, then we recommend Quepos.  It’s not far from Quepos to Manuel Antonio National Park and it’s easy to take the park bus there in the morning and return in the evening.  Here’s our pick of places to stay in Manuel Antonio National Park.

The Wide Mouth Frog Hostel Quepos has a café, an outdoor pool, and a garden. It is 5 kilometers from Manuel Antonio National Park and has a common kitchen. This hostel gets awesome reviews and we can attest to it being brilliant!  Air-conditioned units have a flat-screen TV, and a kitchen equipped with a microwave and a refrigerator. The unit has a deck. Wide Mouth Frog Hostel Quepos provides private, fully furnished rooms and apartments too. You can check rates and availability here.

The Marina Pez Vela Villas, have an outdoor swimming pool, a bar, and air-conditioned rooms with a balcony and free WiFi. Each apartment here has a kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a safety deposit box, a cable flat-screen TV, ironing facilities, a closet, and a living room with a couch. There is a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. This lovely hotel also has a casino and a children’s playground, and you can also chill out in the garden. Check availability here.

Casa Quepos is about a 12-minute walk from the beach. This charming hotel in Quepos, 8 kilometers from Manuel Antonio National Park, offers accommodation with a common lounge, free private parking, and a garden. There is a 24-hour front desk and a tour desk, as well as free WiFi throughout the property. Each room has its own terrace and there are shared bathrooms with a shower. Each room at Casa Quepos comes with bed linen and towels. You can check rates here.

The Best Things to Do in Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio is a must-see on every Costa Rica trip. This was our first National Park in Costa Rica and it was – and still is – amazing.  Here are the best things to do in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.

Visit Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica now has 30 national parks, with Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio being the smallest at 680 hectares.  More than 150,000 visitors come to Manuel Antonio every year. It was designated as a National Park in 1972 and is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world by Forbes. We have to agree; it is simply magnificent. Exploring the park is the best thing to do in Manuel Antonio since nothing beats viewing wild animals in their natural habitat. The park is packed with an amazing variety of species. Within 9 square miles of the lush rainforest that makes up Manuel Antonio National Park, you’ll be able to spot at least some of the 109 animal species and 184 bird species. (it is definitely easier if you have a guide).

If you see a large group of people, you can bet they’ve spotted animals, but getting near enough to take a photo might be difficult with all those people. The best way to see wildlife in Manuel Antonio is to take a tour or hire a guide. The guides know where the wildlife tends to be. They’ll also have binoculars and a monoscope so you can get a great look at things up close.  Tickets are valid for one entry to the park only, so you’ll want to get there early so you have the maximum time in the park.

  • Address of Manuel Antonio National Park: Puntarenas Province, Quepos, Costa Rica
  • Cost to enter Manuel Antonio National Park: The admission fee to Manuel Antonio National Park is $18.08 for adults and $5.65 for children.
  • Opening hours of Manuel Antonio National Park: Manuel Antonio National Park is open from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm daily, except Tuesdays and public holidays. (see Costa Rica public holidays here)

Go for a Hike in Manuel Antonio National Park

Hiking Manuel Antonio National Park should be on your list, whether you are visiting Costa Rica and seeking some simple hikes with an opportunity to observe a variety of species. The hiking here is mostly easy with simple trails to follow.  If you pick the right route you’ll have tree (and sun) cover during the heat of the day. Manuel Antonio National Park, located on Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Coast, is one of the country’s smallest but busiest parks, with miles of paths that will take you through glorious rainforest, along lovely beaches, up to observation spots, and up (relatively) close to some incredible wildlife.  There are signboards throughout the park indicating the trails, directions, and where you are.

Here are the main trails to take in Manuel Antonio National Park. 

Sendero Principal Trail Manuel Antonio National Park

The main trail, or Sendero Principal, is just 2.2 kilometers long and runs along the back of the beach.  It pretty much runs parallel to the service road, but we found it quiet (to our surprise) and a pleasant walk.

Perezosos Trail (Sloth Trail Manuel Antonio National Park

You came to Costa Rica for one main reason, right? To see the sloths, of course. Before turning right onto Playa Espadilla Sur, the El Manglar Trail links with the Sloth Trail; just continue straight here to get onto the Sloth Trail. It continues as an elevated boardwalk for about half of the distance before transitioning to a paved and reasonably level trail that weaves through some thick rainforest with just minor ups and downs. Overall, the Manuel Antonio Sloth Path is an easy path to walk to see various wildlife, as well as a key trail through the park to get to the main beach, restaurant, and access to other trails.

Main trail Manuel Antonio National Park

If you don’t want to go in and out on the same path, this route connects to the sloth trail and is a great option.

Mangrove Trail Manuel Antonio National Park

El Manglar, also known as the Mangrove Trail, will be the first hiking trail you’ll see in Manuel Antonio after entering the park. This route is a wheelchair-accessible flat elevated boardwalk with lots of benches to stop and admire the jungle around you, as well as various interpretive signs with important information on the park’s flora and wildlife. After just a short walk, you can continue straight on the Sloth Trail or right on the El Manglar Trail. The Manglar Trail continues over an elevated boardwalk and across a swampy mangrove environment to La Play Espadilla Sur, one of Manuel Antonio’s most amazing beaches. This short trail is exposed to the sun, so don’t forget to bring a hat and sunscreen. This approach is straightforward, flat, and accessible.

Catarata Estacional Trail Manuel Antonio National Park

This is a tiny (less than half a mile) trail that diverges from the El Manglar trail immediately after the entry and goes to a small seasonal waterfall. If you visit the park during the rainy season, it may be worthwhile to take this small side trail, but we didn’t think it was necessary during the peak of the summer months when the waterfall is usually dry, even though we’ve read that people have found a few great wildlife along the trail, such as poison dart frogs. The route is paved, however, there are also long parts of stair climbing.

Manuel Antonio and Espadilla Sur Manuel Antonio National Park

The Playa Manuel Antonio Trail is a short walk from the cafeteria to the park’s principal beach, Playa Manuel Antonio. It takes you out onto the small land bridge that runs along the southern border of Playa Manuel Antonio and the northern edge of Playa Espadilla Sur. At the top of the path, there are restrooms and a changing facility, and at the beach, there are portable restrooms, picnic areas, and drinking water. Playa Manuel Antonio is not the largest beach in the park, but it is pretty usually pretty calm here, making it an ideal swimming location.

Cathedral Point Trail Manuel Antonio National Park

Punta Catedral is a small peninsular connected by a short land bridge that has two of the park’s major beaches on each side, Playa Manuel Antonio and Playa Espadilla Sur. It’s incredibly beautiful, and aerial photos of this island are often shown in TV commercials. The Punta Cathedral route in Manuel Antonio is a 3/4 mile hike that arcs around the peninsular, having entrances at the ends of both beaches. Even though it begins near one of the park’s major beaches, there aren’t many people on this route, so it’s another fantastic option for a genuine, peaceful National Park experience away from the public.

Take a Guided Walk in Manuel Antonio National Park

The best way to explore the National Park is to arrange a guide to understand the ecology and wildlife of the area.  Tours usually last 3 hours and you can expect to see a diverse range of wildlife.  There are  109 animal species and 184 bird species that call this special place in Costa Rica home. Some of the wildlife that you might spot are raccoons, coatis, agoutis, sloths, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, and the famed Titi monkey, an endangered subspecies specific to Manuel Antonio National Park. You can arrange a guided walk in Manuel Antonio National Park here.

Take a night jungle walk in Manuel Antonio

The jungle is a completely different place at night.  We’ve taken night tours in Tortuguero here in Costa Rica, and Mulu in Malaysia and you spot something different each and every time.  Manuel Antonio is no exception.  At night, you’ll discover a completely new world by seeing wild nocturnal creatures!  Night jungle walks in Manuel Antonio take place in the beautiful Rainmaker Park. Rainmaker is one of Costa Rica’s most significant and magnificent rainforest environments; here, the extinct harlequin frog returned and was rediscovered, becoming an important area of study and research studies for herpetologists internationally. We suggest this fantastic Night Jungle Tour, which lasts around 2-2.5 hours and is guided by a skilled and experienced qualified guide. During the adventure, you might encounter bats, the Jesus Christ lizard, spiders, owls, a wide variety of frogs, snakes, and a variety of intriguing insects. The tour is particularly good because you’ll get to use special nighttime equipment and a red light torch to assist you to observe the forest life without disturbing the wildlife.  Book your place here.

Discover the Beaches in Manuel Antonio

Whether you hike or not, you will most likely want to chill out for a while, and the beaches here are, of course, the perfect place to relax, with gorgeous clean sand and the sound of the waves. Here are your options for beaches in Manuel Antonio

Espadilla Beach – The major beach in Manuel Antonio is Espadilla Beach. It’s a long stretch with plenty of room where you can relax. The water is a little choppy, so it’s not suitable for swimming.

Espadilla Sur Beach – Espadilla Sur Beach is situated inside Manuel Antonio National Park, and it’s a lovely place to hang out after hiking the park’s main path. Swimming is much easier here since the water is considerably calmer, but watch out for riptides.

Manuel Antonio Beach – Manuel Antonio Beach, on the other side of Cathedral Point, is also part of the national park. Following the Cathedral Point route to the beach makes it more secluded and less crowded. If you plan on spending time there, bring food and water since there are no facilities nearby.

Go Snorkeling in Manuel Antonio

One of the best ways to explore Manuel Antonio is by taking to the water.  The sea is crystal clear here, and a half-day snorkeling tour of Manuel Antonio will take you to a secluded beach, where there are fewer people.  It’s usual to spot dolphins and humpback whales, which visit the area between July and October. This tour includes pick up and drop off from your accommodation, as well as a snack, transport, and snorkeling gear.  Don’t forget sunscreen!

Go Surfing in Manuel Antonio

While Manuel Antonio isn’t the finest area in Costa Rica to surf (for that we’d recommend Jaco – more here), it does offer some gentle breakers ideal for beginners. The waves are mild and enjoyable to ride if you can stay up!. The waves here are not really demanding enough for advanced surfers, but on certain days with strong waves, even more advanced surfers can have some fun. The best time to surf in Manuel Antonio is from May to November.

Visit the Waterfalls in Manuel Antonio

Visit the Waterfalls at Manuel Antonio for an exhilarating experience. You’ll have a fantastic day jumping and swimming in its beautiful waters on this one-of-a-kind adventure.  The most popular waterfall in the area to visit is the Nauyaca Waterfall and the easiest way to visit is by booking a Nauyaca Waterfall Day Trip.  You’ll need to take a 45-minute trek through the Costa Rican jungle to reach the waterfall, and when you get there, you’ll understand why it’s one of Costa Rica’s most renowned waterfalls. See what other people say about hiking to the Nauyaca Waterfall here

Visit the Mangroves in Manuel Antonio

Exploring the Mangroves in Manuel Antonio gives you the opportunity to spot birds, reptiles, and animals, like the white-faced monkey and the silky anteater. On a Mangrove Kayaking Tour, you’ll be able to learn about the vegetation and wildlife in this gorgeous region while observing this unique. Heading to Damas Island by kayak takes you through the natural canals and allows you to see various species such as herons, kingfishers, ospreys, and frigates birds.  You don’t need long either – this Manuel Antonio half-day trip lasts around 2 hours and depending on the tides and when you head out, a fabulous Costa Rican dinner is scheduled before or after the trip.  You can even go kayaking without any experience, in either a single or double kayak.

Go Bird Watching in Manuel Antonio

This is one of the most popular places to go bird watching in Costa Rica.  And here, bird watching at Manuel Antonio gives you the chance to discover toucans, macaws, and aracaris. There are several places to go bird watching here – choose between a 2-hour birdwatching trip into the jungle and a 3-hour and 30-minute birdwatching activity at El Rey Beach at Manuel Antonio National Park. Both trips include round-trip transportation from your Manuel Antonio hotel and an English-speaking guide.  You don’t need to bring your own gear, as binoculars and other professional birding gear will be provided.

Go Paddleboarding in Manuel Antonio

Enjoy this paddle boarding in Manuel Antonio National Park to immerse yourself in Costa Rica’s stunning natural surroundings from a different perspective. The easiest way to get started is on a Paddle Board tour in Manuel AntonioIf you’re just new to paddle boarding, or just want to check it out, then there’s the option of a 3-hour Paddle Board trip where you can experience the gorgeous Costa Rican coastline and enjoy the rainforest sceneries of Manuel Antonio National Park. For a longer trip, you can combine Paddleboarding with a trip to the Uvita Waterfalls, which begins with an hour of paddling along the coast of Manuel Antonio, enjoying the sights and finding the local wildlife. Either way, you’ll get collected and dropped at your accommodation in either Manuel Antonio or Quepos.

Go Ziplining in Manuel Antonio

Ziplining is a key thing to do in Costa Rica – it’s the perfect way to see the rainforest from the top and flying over the Manuel Antonio rainforest canopy on zip lines is particularly exhilarating. This Manuel Antonio Zipline Tour will have you soaring above the rainforest canopy of Manuel Antonio on ziplines and also spotting the local wildlife with the help of an experienced guide! The zipline course here has 12 zip lines and 16 platforms hidden among 10-foot-tall (three meters) tropical trees.  This tour, with a specialist naturalist guide, is a super way to explore the Costa Rican rainforest and have a great deal of fun too!

Go Fishing in Manuel Antonio

The Marina Pez Vela in Quepos is just a few miles from Manuel Antonio and if you fancy your hand at fishing, Quepos is one of the best areas in Costa Rica to go inshore and offshore fishing.  And it’s easy to schedule a fishing charter for a day. The marina is just a 10-minute drive from Manuel Antonio, and you can charter from Reel in Luxury Fishing, Quepos Fishing Charters, and Jackpot Fishing.

Go on a sailing cruise in Manuel Antonio

Sailing around this coast is gorgeous and seeing the stunning Manuel Antonio National Park from this perspective is pretty special.  You’ll be able to check out the craggy cliffs and unusual rock formations and swim and snorkel in the pristine seas. This All-Inclusive Catamaran Eco Adventure with Lunch is a wonderful way to spend a day sailing in Manuel Antonio. You will sail around Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, looking for whales, dolphins, and seabirds. Snorkeling gear, waterslides, and a trampoline on board mean that you don’t need to bring anything (apart from sunscreen!).  The snorkeling is fantastic here, and during the course of this 3.5-hour cruise, you’ll see beautiful seas, lush vegetation, and stunning rock formations. Drinks and a meal are also provided.  Check out the route of this sailing cruise from Manuel Antonio here.

Go White Water Rafting in Manuel Antonio

Now, this is one for the thrill-seekers.  You’ll not only get to white water raft the rapids of the Savegre River, but an entire day deep in the Costa Rican jungle starts with climbing onto a quad bike and riding into the jungle.  There’s ATV riding, a Costa Rican breakfast, and then the Savegre River, one of Central America’s most stunning rivers, where the white-water rafting experience will begin. There’s also lunch provided on this tour.

Take a Costa Rica Cooking Class in Manuel Antonio

Costa Rican food is really good.  (I wrote about it here) and one of the best ways of learning more about the food of a country is to cook it yourself!  And taking a Manuel Antonio’s Food Tour & Cooking Class is an excellent way to experience the specialties of Quepos and Londres.  You’ll not only get to visit the local market and understand the availability of produce here, but along with your guide you’ll buy the necessary ingredients for your classic Costa Rican meal, and then under instruction, you’ll be cooking your dinner!  It’s a fabulous experience and you can see what else is involved here.

Eat at El Avion in Manuel Antonio

This one-of-a-kind dining experience in Costa Rica is amazing.  The El Avion Restaurant in Quepos, Costa Rica, is not your normal restaurant setting, nor is it your typical representation of Costa Rican food (there’s more on typical Costa Rican food in our guide here). El Avion is constructed within and around a genuine, old airplane! Not only does El Avion have great food, views, and decor, but it also has a very interesting past.  Come on down and check it out!

Things to Know about Visiting Manuel Antonio

The town of Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, and the town of Quepos are often used interchangeably when referring to this area.  Quepos is the local town or the gateway to Manuel Antonio.  It’s where to stay if you want a more local experience.  From Quepos, it’s just 15 minutes drive to Manuel Antonio.  Quepos has a laidback feel, and some great places to stay, eat and drink.

The town of Manuel Antonio is at the very edge of the national park.  There are tourism facilities here and some great places to stay and eat, but there’s no local vibe.  The main road, from Quepos, runs for roughly 6 kilometers through Manuel Antonio down to the beach and the national park. 

Most of the lodging and hotels in Manuel Antonio are located along the main road, with a few located near the beach. Both on the beach and higher up into the forest there are numerous lodging options, including eco-lodges, backpacker hostels, and five-star luxury resorts.

Tips for Visiting Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is a wonderful area to spend the whole day since there are so many trails and stunning beaches to discover. However, there are a few things to bear in mind when visiting.

For the National Park, be aware that there aren’t any eateries or retail establishments within the park, so bringing enough healthy food and drinks is essential to having a good day. The list of foods that are permitted in the Manuel Antonio National Park is, however, strictly restricted. No food is allowed into the park and there are bag checks in place at the entrance.  This means you can’t bring in candy, chocolates, biscuits, or any other food that might attract animals. All illegal objects are seized and disposed of in the garbage.  You can bring in soda, water, and juice.  There’s a water fountain for topping up your filter water bottles.

Manuel Antonio National Park is closed on Tuesdays.  The beaches and trails inside the park are open from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. The public beach outside the park (Espadilla Norte) is open from 5:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Where is Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio National Park is located on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, about three hours from San Jose and one hour from Uvita.

What’s the best time to visit Manuel Antonio

The busiest travel months in Manuel Antonio National Park are December to March, and April to November marks the start of the Green Season. However, Manuel Antonio often experiences rain even during the dry season owing to the tropical environment. The park features year-round moderate humidity and highs of about 30 °C. September is the wettest month, so seeing animals may be difficult. The park is limited to 600 (simultaneous) visitors throughout the week and 800 on weekends to minimize overcrowding. Once the park is filled, admission follows a one-in-one-out system, so arrive early to avoid lines. Even in the off-season, park animals are frequently more active in the mornings.

What is Manuel Antonio known for

The Manuel Antonio National Park is what makes Manuel Antonio popular. Coatis, iguanas, sloths, toucans, scarlet macaws, howler monkeys, squirrels, and white-faced capuchin monkeys are just a few of the animals you’re likely to see here.

How to get around Manuel Antonio

Renting a vehicle is the most convenient option to see the Manuel Antonio area. While a vehicle is not required to go from your hotel to the Manuel Antonio National Park since the majority of hotels are about 1-2 km away, it comes in useful if you want to explore the area without having to depend on shuttles, or taxis to transport you to other nearby sites. However, riding local buses is the most environmentally friendly choice, which we advise. Every 30 minutes throughout the day, a local bus that costs around $1 travels up and down to the National Park.

How to Get to Manuel Antonio

Getting to Manuel Antonio is quite straightforward. You have the option of driving, taking a bus (which we recommend if you don’t want to drive), flying, or taking a taxi. If you don’t have much gear with you, we advise using a bus since it will cost you less.

How to Get to Manuel Antonio from San Jose

The distance between San Jose, the country’s capital, and Manuel Antonio National Park is around 170 kilometers. A 3.45-hour bus ride or a 5-minute flight from San Jose to the airport west of Quepos will get you to Manuel Antonio. If not, you can take a taxi or hire a car. Since there are more environmentally friendly solutions available, we do not advise using a cab, which will cost you well over $100. However, if you do choose to use this route, be advised that Route 27 has tolls. Have some cash on hand since this is the most direct route to Manuel Antonio.

Fly to Quepos from San Jose

If you’d rather fly to Quepos from San Jose, Sansa Airlines has daily flights for around $80-140 during peak travel times.  You can check flight times here.

Drive to Manuel Antonio

Take Route 27 if you’re driving to Manuel Antonio. Route 27 is the most direct route to Manuel Antonio, however, be aware that there are tolls so be prepared with cash.  Your rental car company may provide a transponder option, meaning you’ll pay at the end of your rental.  Check rates for rental cars in Costa Rica here.

Take the Bus to Manuel Antonio

Multiple direct daily buses leave San Jose every two hours. For routes to Manuel Antonio from San Jose, you can opt for larger buses or small shuttles.

Final Words on The Best Things to do in Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio is the ideal place for both nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. It may be small, but it packs a powerful punch in terms of natural wonders, a multitude of amazing experiences, abundant wildlife, and enough thrill-seeking adventures and beaches to chill out on to keep you entertained.  I’m guessing that your biggest regret will be that you didn’t stay longer!  We can’t wait to hear how much you enjoyed your stay in Manuel Antonio on your visit!

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