Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Fahrt nach Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Fahrt nach Quepos

A travel blog entry by kseto2012

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... viele Hotels und es ist sehr touristisch. Das ist auch das grösste Problem, dass dieser Ort von Touristen total überrannt wird. In Manuel Antonio gab es kaum Bauvorschriften - jeder der Geld hatte, konnte bauen was und wohin er wollte. Es ist schon was ...

Mar 06, 2013, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Mar 06, 2013

A travel blog entry by maudeinchina

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Back in Magnifico Manuel Antonio !, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Back in Magnifico Manuel Antonio !

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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... with Craig through Quepos on the way and then were on the winding hills up and down that are such a trademark to me of Manuel Antonio. Found the landmark for the  turn (Marlin Restaurante )  off the main road, took another left first street to ...

Recovering, Manuel antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Recovering

A travel blog entry by scubabunny

... heat is pretty strong. Its just sticky and close. For those of you thinking of coming to the pacific side of Costa Rica right about now this is akinda a general heads up about weather. Beautiful sun and clear skys but bloody sticky. ...

The Pacific Coast, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

The Pacific Coast

A travel blog entry by bargreenwood

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We came down from the cloud forest along the bumpy road again till we hit the Pan American highway then south to Manuel Antonio National Park where our hotel is right by the entrance and just yards away from they ocean.  On the way we saw some ...

Iguanas, monkeys, y crabs...oh my!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Iguanas, monkeys, y crabs...oh my!

A travel blog entry by alyssa.schauer

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... 's second smallest national park according to Lonely Planet. It was beautiful, to say the least. Brent and I got to Manuel Antonio last night around 6:30pm after a 4-hour bus ride and we were immediately greeted by a rasta surfer telling us ...

Over The River And Through The Rainforest, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Over The River And Through The Rainforest

A travel blog entry by trockie

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After once again awaking to the musical stylings of Doug and my cousin, we departed from La Fortuna and headed towards Manuel Antonio National Park.  We were told to expect a 6 hr. drive and that prediction turned out to be correct.  We saw lots ...

Živý park Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Živý park Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by zdebar

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... ší cestou k plazi, jsme videli srnky (?!), leguany, kraby, jezevce... Po pul hodine jsme nasli strom s korunou plnou opic... Manuel Antonio je plny zvirat, ktere jinde nejsou. Cela tahle jizni pacificka oblast je plna zvirat, jak jsme se ...

perezosos, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

perezosos

A travel blog entry by myriam.nagy

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... week kan je er toch niet feesten dus ben ik maar terug naar het strand vertrokken.. deze keer wel aan de pacifische kust.. manuel antonio waar ook een nationaal park is gelegen.. nu werken de bussen als volgt in costa rica.. het zijn ziguener bussen.. je ...

Monos, Iguanas and Crocodiles!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Monos, Iguanas and Crocodiles!

A travel blog entry by 7cmiller

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... Manuel Antonio pictures. The trip was an adventure! After my first long distance bus ride in Costa Rica I arrived in Quepos and took the shuttle to Manuel Antonio. At the suggestion of a friend we searched for a hotel they had previously visited. Finally ...

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

Beach Day

A travel blog entry by debglaz1

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We decided to hang at the beach today.  We drove a few miles down the road to the madness that is Manuel Antonio National Park and beach.  It is impossible to get anywhere near the park because there are tourists and scammers everywhere.  ...

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

Manuel Antonio Coastal Beauty

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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Manuel Antonio is a great place to just walk around and soak up the beauty as well as enjoy all the people watching you can possibly stand! There are so many different types of flowers blooming along the walls, in the trees and shrubs.  Bromeliads ...

Wedding Run-up, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Wedding Run-up

A travel blog entry by urbanhobo

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... few of the trails were closed due to damage during the rainy season and so we hiked what we could. For those who haven't visited Manuel Antonio park, the beaches are beautiful. A hike around the park takes about 3 hours (at an easy pace) and is well ...

June 23 - 24 2001 emily and i escaped the ..., Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

June 23 - 24 2001 emily and i escaped the ...

A travel blog entry by dschacht

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June 23 - 24, 2001 Emily and I escaped the hustle and bustle of San Jose to hit the beautiful beaches of Manuel Antonio National ...

We hit a roadblock, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

We hit a roadblock

A travel blog entry by laurihart

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... a 4 hr drive and as it got dark..after passing miles of what we think were date palm groves..we reach the gates of Manuel Antonio reaerve...and right outside the gate is La Posada Jungle...our hotel. Jonathan, the very hot hotelier, shiws us around in ...

Worldtrip Week 18#Monteverde#ManuelAntonioNP, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Worldtrip Week 18#Monteverde#ManuelAntonioNP

A travel blog entry by travelballoon

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... flight van 1 kilometer fantastisch waarbij je in de gordels lag en je armen vrij had. Na Monteverde zijn we doorgereisd naar Manuel Antonio National Park. We hebben hier nog meer sloths (luiaards) gezien en een kleine baby schildpad op het strand. We ...

To the beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

To the beach

A travel blog entry by amchristen

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... it's too early to worry much - especially when I'm headed to the beach! In about an hour, I'm getting on a bus for Manuel Antonio national park. There should be sun, sand, rainforest, and monkeys. I'm really way too excited about seeing wild monkeys. ...

Day 28-30, Costa Rica: Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 28-30, Costa Rica: Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by soumimaria

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Imagine lying on a beach with transparent water in the middle of a forest full of monkeys: Welcome to Manuel ...

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

Local yocals

A travel blog entry by saroni

... She says she knows someone but it will take her a little while to find him. About 10 minutes later a man wearing a very official looking Manuel Antonio Park shirt walks over and says, "you are looking to go on a tour?" We purchase two trips from him. One ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by tennille

Manuek ...

Love in the jungle, by the beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Love in the jungle, by the beach

A travel blog entry by jasonshellaby

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... runway, which appeared only at the last minute. Quepos as a town is nothing really special, but it is adjacent neighbour, Manuel Antonio, is absolutely enchanting. Nestled in a hill with its extremities on the beach, you have one main connecting road ...

Manny Anny (better known as Manuel Antonio), Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manny Anny (better known as Manuel Antonio)

A travel blog entry by hgil

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... that was flat and easy, but then I realized we hadnt even begun the hike. Once we did, it was up and down those makeshift costa rican stairs for about 45 minutes and I just about made it. definitely shelled out $2 for ice cold water at the end of it, I ...

Bandits, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Bandits

A travel blog entry by bargreenwood

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... beaches.  Apparently it will even hotter and wetter tomorrow when we travel to Golfito!  We spent the day in the Manuel Antonio National Park which although quite small is one of the more popular NPs.  Entry fees here pay for work in the ...

One scorpion, two snakes, and a dutchman., Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

One scorpion, two snakes, and a dutchman.

A travel blog entry by mistytravels

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... left us where he joined us, and we headed back to the wonderful little lodge we stayed at. If you ever go to Manuel Antonio, I can totally recommend Tres Banderas. It has everything you need, no unneccesary luxuries (just the necessary ones like nice ...

white water rafting, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

white water rafting

A travel blog entry by kthagan

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Sat Mar 21 -got rolling for our 8AM rafting pickup. Crew was ready to go as we. Getting the hang of the CR adventure lifestyle.  -long journey to the put in with a forced stop for breakfast that was kind of strange. Once paddling, kids had big grins ...

More monkeys than you can poke a stick at!, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

More monkeys than you can poke a stick at!

A travel blog entry by gregandjane

Yes, tourism advertisments do work. After Jane saw a publicity photo of a couple in a beautiful spa in a place called Manuel Antonio, we looked it up in the good ol Lonely Planet and saw that the area was home to a beautiful beach and a national park ...

Spectacular Dinner Spluge at Le Papillon, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Spectacular Dinner Spluge at Le Papillon

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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... to the outside bar with a swim up area as well as regular seating.  The view was 180* from the headlands of the Manuel Antonio Park to almost Quepos.  There were several levels of pools and all had a wonderful view over the ocean below.  ...

Psychoanalysis of a National Park, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Psychoanalysis of a National Park

A travel blog entry by sedinger

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... should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature." Sigmund Freud     Manuel Antonio National Park has a personality.  It is instinctual and impulsive.  Undoubtedly, A Freudian psychoanalysis would classify ...

The seaside & the Park, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

The seaside & the Park

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143

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... a lazy Thursday & I go trekking in the Park which is smallish & busy in parts but different given its beaches & waterfront. Manuel antonio is classic small tourist beach town & very different in the sunshine to our largely inland walking towns to date. ...

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

Manuel Antonio - sloth time

A travel blog entry by solskjaer20

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3rd August Slept in due to the park being shut and a morning tropical storm. Getting fully into wet season now, so the weather hasnt been the best, no clear days to lie on the beach, its just cloudy, grey and bloody humid all the time. Eventually manage ...

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