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Manuel Antonio National Park

Discover one of the world’s most beautiful parks according to Forbes on this full-day trip to Manuel Antonio National Park, a Wildlife Reserve that offers it’s visitors rare opportunities to interact with more than 280 species that live in a natural habitat wildlife.

Approximately 1 hour from Jaco Beach, Manuel Antonio is the most popular National Park in Costa Rica with nature hikes, wildlife, and pristine white sand beaches. Careful with your bananas when you hang out on the beach, monkeys have been known help themselves to your lunch!

  • Private day trip excursion.
  • Private bilingual guide included.
  • Private transportation included (8am – 5pm).
  • Includes entrance to the park.
Manual Antonio National Park
Minimum 6 people + $60 for additional person

$450 x 1 / person

What to Bring

  • Valid identification: Carry your passport or a copy of it for identification purposes.
  • Comfortable clothing: Wear lightweight, breathable clothing suitable for warm and humid weather. Opt for quick-drying materials if possible.
  • Walking shoes: Choose comfortable shoes suitable for walking on uneven terrain and trails. Sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended.
  • Sun protection: Bring sunscreen with a high SPF, a wide-brimmed hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the strong sun.
  • Insect repellent: Costa Rica is known for its diverse wildlife, including insects. Use insect repellent to keep bugs at bay.
  • Swimsuit and towel: Manuel Antonio National Park offers beautiful beaches, so pack your swimsuit and a towel for swimming and relaxing.
  • Water and snacks: Carry a refillable water bottle to stay hydrated throughout your visit. Also, bring some snacks or a light meal, as there are picnic areas within the park.
  • Camera or binoculars: Capture the stunning wildlife and natural beauty of the park. Binoculars can enhance your wildlife spotting experience.
  • Rain gear: Be prepared for potential rain showers. Pack a lightweight rain jacket or poncho to stay dry.
  • Cash and important documents: Carry some cash in small denominations for park entrance fees, souvenirs, or food. Keep your identification and important documents in a secure, waterproof bag.
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