Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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our last voyage through Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

our last voyage through Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by jennyh64

... cell phones, but everyone all made it here safely. On the night of the 17th all six of us hopped on to our first bus to Manuel Antonio, the girls occupying the back of the very back of the bus to chat and catch up most of the entire ride. The majority ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by tudormaxim

A doua zi după o scurtă leneveală pe plajă am ajuns în Manuel Antonio. Aici am descoperit un restaurant cu totul special, cu o priveliște extraordinară către ocean și către o insulă apropiată. ...

In the Jungle, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

In the Jungle

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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... our way back to what we love, wildlife at Manuel Antonio National Park, in Spanish the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio.  The  park was Established in 1972 with an area enumerating 4,014 acres (16.24 km2), ...

The First 2 Weeks, Atenas, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

The First 2 Weeks

A travel blog entry by kmaitlan

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... on our education system at home.   I traveled with one teacher from my school, and a volunteer. We ventured to Manuel Antonio, a national park and rustic beach. We saw monkeys, sloths, and other animals. The beach was pristine and uncrowded, ...

Dia 8. Monteverde - Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Dia 8. Monteverde - Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by maprudencio

*** PLANING *** Desayuno en el hotel, check-out y salimos camino a Manuel Antonio (4h. aproximadamente). De camino parada en el Rio Tarcoles para ver los cocodrilos desde el puente. Llegada al hotel, devolución del coche de alquiler, y descanso en ...

Day 11, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 11

A travel blog entry by bell.costarica

... up having to take one woman back because she got really bad sea sick.  One thing we learned today is that somewhere near Manuel Antonio there used to be a volcano, because there are random places off the beach where there are lava rocks and lava rock ...

Paradise and Naughty Raccoons, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Paradise and Naughty Raccoons

A travel blog entry by samlocke3

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We got a speed boat ride from Montezuma over to Jaco, where we then grabbed a bus to Quepos and transferred into Manuel Antonio. Slightly more touristy but oh so beautiful. The beach was a paradise of soft sand and clear blue seas, fringed with ...

Crazy work week and then off to the beach, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Crazy work week and then off to the beach

A travel blog entry by brigidg

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... it was the crack of dawn, 5:00 in the morning, I was up before my neighbour, the loudest parrot known to man. The beach at Manuel Antonio was beautiful, and it was really nice to get out of town for a day. We swam in the ocean, but eventually got scared ...

Manuel Antonio, otra vez, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio, otra vez

A travel blog entry by ebmargit

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... wrote yesterday. I do have pictures, though, and I can even upload them right now!! Whoopee! Dad and I took the bus to Manuel Antonio yesterday after classes and arrived around 8. We found a room at Costa Verde, where Ben and I stayed when we were ...

Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by saanddk

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¡Buenas! Charlotte Here: Our last proper stop before leaving Costa Rica was in Manuel Antonio National Park on the Pacific Coast; the country's smallest reserve. What the park lacks in size it makes up for in beauty, with small beaches and bays ...

pura vida - Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

pura vida - Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by goni

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In unserer ersten Station in Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, geniessen wir erst mal etwas den Strand und es scheint uns noch gar nicht soooo teuer hier zu sein wie alle sagen. Danach geht es weiter über San José nach Orosi. Dort lebt ein schweizer Päärchen ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by arthur~trillian

More surfing and ...

A few days thrown together, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

A few days thrown together

A travel blog entry by skylerstravels

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... collective (Rather than a direct) bus. We stood for about the first 2 hours of the 5 hour ride.  2. We made it to Manuel Antonio National Park. We saw two types of monkeys, iguanas, and a sloth.  3. We hiked to Playa Escondido (Hidden Beach), ...

Quite An Adventurous Bunch, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Quite An Adventurous Bunch

A travel blog entry by jord-travers

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... last weekend and their equally insane housemates. From one bus to another I was now heading for the Pacific side of Costa Rica, to Manuel Antonio National Park in an energetic, tight-knit group of 10 that had been getting to know each other over the ...

Quepos to Manual Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Quepos to Manual Antonio

A travel blog entry by danfrerich

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Decided to free myself from public transportation and rented a car today. Did the short drive to Manual Antonio. Had planned to check out the national park tomorrow, but apparently it's closed on Mondays so went for it today. Started off as as a very ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by tphilip75

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... our strange night out, but once we were finally ready, Davo, Glenn and the two of us headed to the bus terminal to go to Manuel Antonio for a few days. The bus terminal was notorious for thieves, so we had plans to keep all our gear in sight and safe. ...

Me Tarzan, You Jane, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Me Tarzan, You Jane

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault

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... to be. I'm glad we decided to stay though because we met a nice couple from Holland and actually got to explore the Manuel Antonio national park. After the experience I had last year in the Peru rainforest with a guide pointing out poison dart frog, dry ...

Bye bye friends and hello Parador, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Bye bye friends and hello Parador

A travel blog entry by giedre-sha

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... like online so we had absolutely no expectations. While in a taxi though, the driver tells us that it's the best hotel in Manuel Antonio - hotel Parador, set on a cliff and overlooking the ocean. Because of the heat, we feel exhausted and look pathetic. ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by espriseme

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... Livingston's character in the movie Office Space, it was everything I dreamed it could be.   Well, almost nothing. We arrived in Manuel Antonio last night (we hired Gustavo again, since there were nine of us) and went out to dinner and then to a ...

Living on Tico time, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Living on Tico time

A travel blog entry by sarahs_travels

So I am still in the same area as when I arrived to Costa Rica I was going to only spend 3 or 4 days here and then move on to Jaco just a little more North on the coast but I have been talked out of it by many people as apparently it is just full of drugs ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by chiel_maas

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... left and they only live in the southwest of Costa Rica. You can also see many three-toed sloths and coatis around. Overall, it was very relaxing spending a couple of days in Manuel Antonio. I met two very cool English travelers there, Tom and ...

Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by blobby

We left San Jose for Manuel Antonio National Park which is right on the coast. On the way we managed to stop at a large bridge crossing and take photographs of the 6 large crocodiles sitting in the river. After a few bridge crossings that I would not ...

Buses Galore, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Buses Galore

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault

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... spoiled. January 26 Today was a travel day! And boy was it ever. We took 5 buses and a taxi to get from Pavones to Manuel Antonio. The first two were super local. One was a decrepit city bus and one was a school bus. They got progressively better with ...

Quisiera ser una lagarta muy grande, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Quisiera ser una lagarta muy grande

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... the country saw me moving over to the Pacific side to Quepos in order to explore in and around one of Costa Rica's most heralded National Parks: Manuel Antonio. I was still with the French lovelies, and still trying to educate them in good food and good ...

Dia 9. Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Dia 9. Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by maprudencio

... *** Por la mañana ir a hacer rafting sobre las 8:00 de la mañana. Justo despues de comer, visita al Parque Nacional de Manuel Antonio. Durante toda la ruta se va bordeando la playa, con lo que uno se puede bañar a su gusto e incluso se puede ...

Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio Day 2, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by blobby

Ok well it is the end of the rainy season so we had a huge downpour this morning from 7-11am. I was up to join a friend at 7am to go big game fishing for tuna and sailfish etc. I have not caught up with him yet to find out if he went or not because I ...

Back to Manual Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Back to Manual Antonio

A travel blog entry by danfrerich

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Head back from the cool air of the mountains to the beach. Plan is to return rental car and head north up the town of Montezuma and explore around there with good surf, jungle, and snorkeling. Having a rental car has been a great a great way to get ...

To the Pacific Coast, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

To the Pacific Coast

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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We left Monteverde and made our way through the mountains to the Mid Pacific coast to spend four nights at Manuel Antonio. The first part of the trip was quite slow going on gravel roads but much better once we reached the Pan American Highway part of a ...

Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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Manuel Antonio is one of Costa Rica's smallest parks. The park was only established in 1972 and is only 683 hectares in area. It was just a ten minute journey in the car from our hotel. We found a parking space outside a hotel and ...

Sailing on the Pacific, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Sailing on the Pacific

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... their volcanic cliffs rising steeply from the shoreline. The Pacific here is turquoise and in direct contrast to the Caribbean side of Costa Rica where the sea seemed a lot rougher and not so blue. Another walk around the hotel gardens late afternoon ...

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