This is a very nice beach. Don't pass too quickly on the walk through the national park to get there. But, it's way too busy, even in the rainy season it was uncomfortable.
About Playa Manuel Antonio
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Manuel Antonio National Park is a very small park but is filled with different living creatures and flora such as sloths, deer, monkeys, frogs, snakes, insects and lizards. I was lucky enough to see two deer cross my path and was surrounded by monkeys. I...More
A beautiful country. We had benefit of Family to show us around. Costs/living were on par with US. Spent 10 days there including 5 with family in San Jose
Kids really loved the beach. Nice place with a waiter coming around selling drinks, both alcoholic and Virgin drinks. Was a little hesitant about paying the man on the street for PUBLIC parking! I had read reviews that said if you didn't pay them your...More
The beach is amazing. It's a bit more private as there is a limited number of people allowed in the park. Be careful if you have bags and/or bring food. The monkeys, raccoons, and coati will rummage through your items in search of food. The...More
We walked one hour through the national park and arrived at this lovely beach. It is so well protected, the raccoons and monkeys roam the beach for some food from the backpacks. I was stun guilty by a jelly fish but the pain and redness...More
The pictures for this beach do not do it any justice. Coming from California, it was actually nice not to worry about getting tar on you. Manuel Antonio was very clean! No bugs, no seaweed, no litter, no rocks. Just simply beautiful. Be careful though...More
We loved this beach though it may get a bit crowded. It did not take away from our enjoyment of this super pleasant, lovely, warm ocean where you can just float on the water and think you are in heaven.