Sloths. Monkeys. Great views. Nice strolling beach. Vendors abound. Lots of action. We were there after massive flooding and they were busy cleaning up. Beautiful beach. Cannot wait to return (this was my 3rd time)
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Beautiful setting. We hit the beach at a time with very few folks! Had a great time walking from end to end (about 2+ miles) ONLY disappointment was the pushy vendors- kinda the same issue all over the world? Mexico, Spain, Hawaii & Quepos! Our...More
A friend brought me to Manuel Antonio National Park. The walk through the rain forest was amazing, walking to the beach. Saw several animals, including sloths, monkeys, & iguanas. Once at the beach, it was an amazing view of the bay. Clear waters, great scenery...More
Had a great trip and was spending my last couple of day around Manuel Antonio relaxing and scuba diving. This area is so sketchy after 6pm. Can hear people shouting and fighting most nights. Then to top it off, after dinner with a friend one...More
1st time was in 81...Things have changed for sure but still an amazing experience..Ok so your not supposed to feed the monkeys now but I remember as a kid sitting on the beach with el pizote and a monkey on my towel handing out treats...This...More
Beautiful beach that gets pretty busy. The raccoons and monkeys are a challenge though. Don’t plan to go in the water and leave your bags unattended or they will go through everything you have. We were sitting on our towels and a raccoon came over...More
Manuel Antonio beach is one of the most beaches I have ever seen: clean sand, nice blue water, jungle and animals (monkeys, racoons, not dangerous snakes, etc.) but not a lot of tourists (in May, at the end of the day). I really recommend this...More
Very beautiful beaches and hiking trails, you have to go. The only complaint is the amount of monkeys and raccoons that will try and steal your bags and/or food if you are not watching it.