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All types swimming here-elderly, families, young adults, kids. Saw a sloth in tree right on beach. Also saw coatis, raccoons (including babies), and capuchin monkeys. Note: the capuchins and raccoons tried to steal food from some people, so best to keep food packed away. Bathrooms...More
Manuel Antonio has stunning beaches. You pay 20 USD the park, but then you really get something. Take note that you can not take all type of food with you: fruit is OK, but cookies not. The beaches are really incredible. I spent a lot...More
During the rain season the park was quite empty which I prefer. I took a guide during this tour at Iguana tours. The guide was fantastic and was able to show us mammals, insects, frogs, lizards and even bats.
The beach was not...More
The reason many tourist destinations are so popular, is because they off the best sights and feels. Manuel Antonio beach is that--popular because it offers so much. It is a marvelous swim, in tropical waters, surrounded by sloths in the trees, hiking trails, and other...More
Playa Manuel Antonio is located inside the National Park with the same name. You make three hours by car but it's worth it! The park has two beaches side to side separated by a little piece of land and you can see monkeys, iguanas, racoons...More
I first want to start off with saying that it is very very hot and humid inside the park. You want to dress as comfortable as possible for the weather conditions. The park is amazing there is a lot of walking and a lot of...More
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From the parking area to the beach area is mostly flat and wheel chair accessible. The last 50 yards or so has a side walkway that is a gradient going downwards, so it is easy to go down. But coming up that walkway would... More
From the parking area to the beach area is mostly flat and wheel chair accessible. The last 50 yards or so has a side walkway that is a gradient going downwards, so it is easy to go down. But coming up that walkway would require some effort and help because now you are going up. That is the only part that I feel might give some problems.
Hi Dawn: When we came here in Jan., we entered the Nat'l Park and walked to the beach which was at the end of the trail. There was no separate cost - just our fee to enter the park. We did talk to a couple we met along... More
Hi Dawn: When we came here in Jan., we entered the Nat'l Park and walked to the beach which was at the end of the trail. There was no separate cost - just our fee to enter the park. We did talk to a couple we met along the trail who said you could come by boat, but I don't have any details. Joan H
PS: Try to go early before the crowds on the trail, as well as, the beach.