Manuel Antonio is a small coastal town, with many places to stay – from extravagant luxurious condos to comfortable hotels.
Famous for its national park, this bustling little town is located on the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, very close to Quepos which is known for its sport fishing.
The region is a treasure of biodiversity, attracting nature lovers, eco-travelers and adventurers as well. Visitors will be able to enjoy white sands and perfect waters. Without a doubt, Manuel Antonio is among the most famous places in the country.
Despite being one of the smallest parks in the country, Manuel Antonio National Park is the most popular and the most visited.
Manuel Antonio is often considered one of the most biodiverse parks in the world. Spanning various natural habits, this gem has more than 109 different species of mammals and 184 species of birds. You can spot the white-faced and howler monkeys, two-toed sloths and the endangered squirrel monkey.
Its four beaches are perfect for diving, swimming and sunbathing. For hikers, there are a variety of well-marked trails to explore all the flora and fauna.