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Manuel Antonio National Park Tour from Jaco Beach
Manuel Antonio National Park Tours in a relatively small corner of Costa Rica, tourists can find the excitement and adventure of a trip to the rainforests of Costa Rica, surrounded by one of the countrys most beautiful natural environments without sacrificing comforts of life. There is a magic to Manuel Antonio National Park, which is difficult to explain. One thing, however, is absolutely certain: once you've been here will return.
Jaco Beach Tour from your hotel at 7:30 am, a comfortable van with a driver and bilingual experienced guide will accompany you from the start, deleting all your questions on the Costa Rica rain forest and the region, the road is very informative. Once in the park, our guide will educate them about the visit. Follow with a 1 hour walk, you will not forget, then you can find the more exotic species of mammals, birds and insects that can be seen with our amazing guide scope.
- Location: Manuel Antonio Park 1 hour south of Jaco Beach
- Length of the Tour: Full day
- Pick Up Time: 7:30 am
- Min. People: 4
- Includes: Transportation round trip, Bilingual guide, Park entrance fee, bottle of water, lunch and insured vehicles.
- Recommendations: Sneakers, swimming suit, Towel, sun glasses, camera, hat and sun block
- Rates: $95pp
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Last year alone, 143,520 tourists visited Manuel Antonio National Park. Monday Manuel Antonio National Park is closed to the public. Located 1.30 hours south of Playa Jaco, Quepos Manuel Antonio National Park, which was declared a national park in 1972, is the natural habitat of species such as the endangered species squirrel monkey (endemic area) in white face capuchin monkey, raccoons, three and two fingers sloths, white-nosed coatis, brown pelicans, hawks black collar and green kingfishers. They share the space with primary and secondary forests full of cedar trees intimidation, south crickets, lobsters and silk trees black cotton. Mangrove covers approximately 44.5 hectares, increasing biodiversity in the region. Three different species: red mangrove, buttonwood and white mangrove - around.
This park is just south of Quepos on the Pacific coast. Perhaps it is so popular for its white sand beaches backed by expensive evergreen forest that grows in the high tide line. The main inhabitants are primary forests, secondary forests, mangroves, lagoons and beach vegetation. There are a number of varied fauna with 109 species of mammals and 184 of birds.
Manuel Antonio contains a charming combination of rain forest, beaches and coral reefs. Manuel Antonio beaches are the most beautiful in the country, surrounded by a lush forest, and the snorkeling is excellent too. The forest is home to sloths, iguanas, monkeys, rare and adorable squirrel and millions of colorful little crabs. About Manuel Antonio Costa Rica Transportation.
Location: Manuel Antonio Park one hour south of Playa Jacó
Duration of the visit: Daily
Departure time: 7:30
Minimum persons: 4
Includes: round trip transportation, bilingual guide, entrance to park a vehicle bottle of water, food and insurance.
Recommendations: Sport shoes, swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, camera, hat and sunscreen
Price: $ 95