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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Arboleda Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... monkeys who were trying to steal food from other tourists' packed lunches. While it was entertaining to watch, I was glad they weren't after anything we had! Also on the walk back through the nature walk, we passed more sloths, monkeys, and butterflies. This really was a great excursion and we were grateful we left Jaco as early as we did because by the time we left, the park had been closed to new visitors since it was so ...
... we're heard good things! Thrills and Spills summary + monkeys - I can't get enough. They're just so cute looking! - no pool + drinks at sunset. So beautiful. - sweating to the point of completely soaking your clothes + laundry service + air conditioning + delicious food. Although it kind of reminds me of Mexico here weather wise and with the lush plants the food is just So much better! We haven't had a poor meal or felt ill (knock on wood!) + talking to strangers + ...
... Costa Rican morning. After our 7am breakfast on the terrace overlooking the ocean (luxury is nice, and it does beat dusty hostels once in a while), we drove down the mountain to Costa Rica's first and most visited national park, Manuel Antonio National Reserve. Here, our guidebook gushed, is a rainforest filled with capuchin and squirrel monkeys galore, tree sloths, iguanas, macaws, and even dolphins and whales, amongst walking trails and sparkling white-sand beaches and warm ...
... and they all seem to sell the same menu with their own twists. Up until now our food has been fairly western, or even international with the exception of breakfast, which has been pinto gallo (rice, beans, eggs, sour cream, cheese and a tortilla) so we wanted something a little more authentic. Christine has Aros con camarones (rice with shrimp) and I had a cassada (chicken, rice, beans, a pulled beef salad, beet salad, and some sort of garlic potato side dish. Both were ...
... a motorcycle take a curve too wide and scraped into the side of an SUV. What sucked for the SUV driver was the guy on the motorcycle kept going. We booked our tour for the Rainmaker forrest tomorrow morning. This is a rain forrest that has the suspended bridges and waterfalls. I am going to take advantage of this opportunity to take some close up photos. We are getting ready for our ...