Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Manuel Antonio - a la playa!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio - a la playa!

A travel blog entry by brownej

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... of food! (U$2). Enjoyed the sunset again that evening and a nice meal out... ready for our last day. The last morning in Manuel Antonio was spent snorkelling. It was a bit disappointing, as there wasnt a reef and we just had schoals of fish. Aileen ...

Visiting the animals in Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Visiting the animals in Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by cat6698

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... is dreadful.....30 mins to get this far, so update when we get a high speed (or relatively) connection. Spent 2 days at Manuel Antonio...its famous for its National Park, which is fringed by 5 beaches. 1st day it rained just after we finished lunch, ...

Manuel António - Armadilha de Turista?, Manuel António, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel António - Armadilha de Turista?

A travel blog entry by tugatz

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Armadilha de Turista? É talvez o Parque Nacional mais visitado na Costa Rica cheio de resorts, hóteis e chalets de luxo nas envolvęncias. Sorte! Năo era dia de enchente... as praias, a natureza e os animais... Sim, macacos, iguanas, caranguejos, ...

Wildlife and luxury in Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Wildlife and luxury in Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by craigandnat

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... GAP adventures group and myself, Nat and our friends Chris and Jess started travelling down to Manuel Antonio. Manuel Antonio is situated on the Pacific Coast of Cast Rica and the trip down there was pretty painless as there was a direct bus from San ...

Buy Billabong Shares and Don´t Feed The Monkeys, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Buy Billabong Shares and Don´t Feed The Monkeys

A travel blog entry by inoursuitcase

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... bought shares in Billabong, i knew it. Buy in now if you can, most of Central America are craving the t shirts Manuel Antonio is a village at the entrance to a national park, packed with international tourists and a popular gay destination..... for ...

Living it up in luxury at Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Living it up in luxury at Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by natandcraig

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... I had a treat in store. For his 33rd birthday, I had booked three nights in a luxury suite in our next Costa Rica destination – Manuel Antonio, which is famous for its abundant wildlife. Chris and Jess were also heading that way so we got up fairly ...

Culture Shock, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by xanadu72

... So glad that Wilson was there to drop us off at the right bus. Joy slept and I looked out the window on the way to Manuel Antonio Nature Reserve. The steep and winding climb revealed a new side of Costa Rica- the one you see in magazines. As the rising ...

Rainmaker and Goodbye to Manuel Antonio!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Rainmaker and Goodbye to Manuel Antonio!

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys

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... .  I felt sorry for the little creature!  So Caleb did end up finding a few frogs in the wild. Our last days in Manuel Antonio were spent eating at "Pirate Sushi" and playing at the beach! On our last trek down the hill to the beach we were ...

Marvellous Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Marvellous Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by garygapyear

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Took a trip from San Jose down to the Manuel Antonio national park which takes about three hours by "express bus" (the normal bus apparently takes six hours) and involved another early start , getting up at the unearthly hour of 5am on a Sunday morning . ...

Pura Vida and Margaritas, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Pura Vida and Margaritas

A travel blog entry by andrea_and_eric

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... a good two hours, but the lobster nachos were well worth the wait. Luckily, the drinks didn't take quite as long. Manuel Antonio is a pretty popular tourist destination and there are NO shortage of adventure/pleasure tours to take part in. We wasted ...

Manuel Antonio(Saskatchewan Style!!), Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio(Saskatchewan Style!!)

A travel blog entry by roberte

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... teek plantations and local points of interest along the way! We saw crocodiles, turtles and beautiful mountain views!!   We went into Manuel Antonio National Park one morning! We hiked around the park! We saw monkeys in the tree canopy! It was nice ...

NEW YEARS IN MANUEL ANTONIO!!, Manuel antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

NEW YEARS IN MANUEL ANTONIO!!

A travel blog entry by roberte

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... insurance.  Am I even covered??  We woke up early and went for a walk on the beach.  I had my first cup of Costa Rican coffee and a slight hangover AND a bruised nose. Holy crap it's hot here!! over 30 and about 40 with humidity!! Who is ...

Weekend trip, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Weekend trip

A travel blog entry by klynch35313

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Had Friday off so managed to squeeze in a weekend trip to Manuel Antonio. It's a pretty touristy area but it has an amazing national park and some beautiful beaches. I arrived around lunchtime on Friday and found a lovely place to sit and get something ...

Manuel Antonio - ca farte!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio - ca farte!

A travel blog entry by nrt_coulton

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... and surfer dudes are ruling! I found my surfer, Nick he is actually one of them, cool style on the waves, he even got the Manuel Antonio "check" right after the second day of surfing. Was quite ińpressed as the waves are defo not the same as Hyeres les ...

Sloths and Scuba, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Sloths and Scuba

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers

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... right now. More on the sloths later. For now, an update of what we've been up to over the past five days in and around Manuel Antonio National Park. This will probably be a long post, since we've been here for so long. This is the longest we'll stay in ...

Manuel Antonio, un petit coin de paradis..., Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio, un petit coin de paradis...

A travel blog entry by simonetmartina

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Nous pensions rester 2 jours, nous y sommes restes ...

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

Nein Danke

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss

Heute haben wir nur auf der faulen Haut gelegen und keine Bilder gemacht. Zu abschreckend waren hunderte von Menschen, die die 300 m Richtung Nationalpark am Morgen um 8 h zurücklegten. Ein kurzer Gang am Nachmittag ins Dorf und am Abend dann ein ...

Costa Terrifica along the Pacific, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Terrifica along the Pacific

A travel blog entry by boysontour100

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... of as many as 150,000 visitors annually and well-known for its beautiful beaches and hiking trails. Although Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica's smallest national park, the diversity of wildlife in its 6.83 km2 (3 sq mi) is ...

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

Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by kkakash

Last two nights in Manuel Antonio was outstanding. Took us the whole day to drive to Manuel Antonio from Puerto Viejo and with an accident on the main highway blocked the traffic for about hour. Manuel Antonio has one of the most beautiful beaches ...

Wrapping Up, For Safety's Sake, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Wrapping Up, For Safety's Sake

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

... (and a strategically wound towel, of course, as I found that less clothing simplifies the metal detection process).   From Manuel Antonio we travelled to Santa Elena, a small town in the mountains of central Costa Rica. Our big adventure ...

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

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by from

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... je visite le Costa Rica aussi rapidement que mes compatriotes japonais. Apres le Rincon de la Vieja, me voila 1 jour plus tard au Parc Manuel Antonio, qui lui est un des parcs les plus visités du pays. Changement radical de paysage : la région est ici ...

FoKuHiLa, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

FoKuHiLa

A travel blog entry by onthesunnyside

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... -Abenteuer (schon gewusst? ;-) ) noch ein wenig Zeit haben, besuchten wir auf dem Weg nach Sueden noch den Manuel Antonio Nationalpark. An der Pazifikkueste gelegen, ist der Park eine Mischung aus schoenen Buchten und dichtem, feuchtem Tropenwald. Obwohl ...

A Break from Teaching, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

A Break from Teaching

A travel blog entry by mmm.cafecitos

... have it deleted as I was trying to save it.... so here is my second attempt! I have been spending this week in Quepos and Manuel Antonio taking half of a TEFL (Teaching English as a Forgein Language) Course.  At the end I recieve a ...

Spaziergang bei Sonnenaufgang, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Spaziergang bei Sonnenaufgang

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss

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... sind wir dann aufgebrochen. Bis Quepos war es einen Stunde und dann ging es noch ein paar Kilometer weiter Richtung Nationalpark Manuel Antonio. Es ging den Berg rauf und dann wieder runter auf einer engen, sehr stark befahrenen Straße. Hier im Hotel ...

Nationalpark Manuel Antonio - lustige Tiere..., Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Nationalpark Manuel Antonio - lustige Tiere...

A travel blog entry by bergfex75

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Nach einem kompletten Strand-Relax-Tag hiess es nun, die Tierwelt des Nationalparks Manuel Antonio zu sehen. Gleich morgens um 8 Uhr standen wir am Eingang des Parks, dort fing uns bereits einer der Guides ab. Nachdem wir sicher waren, dass es ein ...

Appolo´s Revenge, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Appolo´s Revenge

A travel blog entry by panf007

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... This national park is one of the earliest in Costa Rica, and one of its finest. Perhaps the most famous is the Playa Manuel Antonio (beach), absolutely paradise. And this time, we almost had the entire beach to ourselves. The water is clear blue, and ...

Costa Rica, Pacific Coast, San Jose/Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica, Pacific Coast

A travel blog entry by timothy

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... our money, to which we replied `No Gracias´and walked on fast) I wanted to move on the next day and bought a bus ticket to Manuel Antonio, a nice surf town on the Pacific Coast. Besides, I was to start school over there in a couple of days! Loved Manual ...

Sun, Sea, Sand and Snakes, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Sun, Sea, Sand and Snakes

A travel blog entry by stevebertram

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Well I arrived in Manuel Antonio last Thursday after a very scenic 3 1/2 hour bus ride. My original plan was to read or mess about on my iPod to pass the time but not long after getting out of the city we were high up in the mountains. With every turn ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by sierragirl

Perfect beach for non-surfers this time of year. The town is small with a couple vendors on the side making jewelery. One restaurant, one store, what more do you need. Amazing hotel for $12 a night. Sunsets, jungle,sloths, howler monkeys....it is ...

Do not disturb, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Do not disturb

A travel blog entry by mikesprake

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... what seemed like a cast of thousands.... yes in a 70 bedroom hotel we were more or less the solitary guests. With thoughts of Manuel (Antonio) and Fawlty Towers flooding my mind, we were told that the room wasn't ready (How that could possibly be the case ...

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