The beach is large, the waves are too much, too many people selling many things. I personaly prefer the beach Palya Biezans.
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About Playa Manuel Antonio
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My family and I thoroughly enjoyed the park and it's beautiful beach. Our tour guide, Roger, from Tulemar, was very friendly and highly knowledgeable about the ecology of the flora and fauna. And the hour we spent swimming at the beautiful beach was a highlight...More
Nice walk through the forest, if you are lucky you can spot sloths and monkeys; I do not recommend buying a guided tour, I rather recommend you bring your own binoculars. If you just visit the beach your visit will be one hour, maybe two;...More
I really enjoyed this beautiful beach! I prefer it to Playa espadilla (cleaner and less people) Be mindful of the raccoons, they unzip your bag to look for food and they can bite you! They made us laugh so hard ! Part of the adventure!...More
The place is amazing but did not see many animals. the beach has areas with alot of rock but the view is amazing.
We had an excellent day at the splays. You can take the bus for 310 colones- there are bus stops everywhere. Taxis are more like 6 bucks. When you get there, you can rent 2 chairs and an umbrella for like 10 dollars and sit...More
We did the guided nature walk to the beach through the National Park. First impressions were that it was really busy - much busier than other parks we had visited in Costa Rica. However our guide was excellent and we did see lots of wildlife,...More
If you like nature this is the place to go. You can walk around the rain forest, spot wildlife (monkeys, iguanas, sloths, raccoons & more) and get to different beaches across the park. Make sure you have comfortable shoes and a good camera and preferably...More