Hotel Coco Beach

Address: Manuel Antonio Beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Manuel Antonio Beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

    Beach, baby! Beach!

    A travel blog entry by carlitravels on Nov 09, 2014

    10 photos

    ... was one butterfly who used Livio to escape and we didn't see her? it? on his backpack until we were wondering through the other buildings of the museum. Eventually we got rid of it and I think it was sick or really old or something because it sure couldn't flying well, even by weird butterfly standards.

    We walked back to the hotel along the pedestrian path and saw some sights but I was dragging. Mom and Livio ...

    Costa Rican Honeymoon Part 2

    A travel blog entry by christine-nate on Apr 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... all and even napped on the chairs. We stayed from lunchtime until dinner in the pools and at the swim up bar (I was drinking pura Vida guaro sours and Christine the national drink chapininahas) and then showered up and changed to have a birthday dinner of sushi and champaign.

    The following day we went to the Eco zoo which housed every type of native snake, reptile, frog, butterfly and even crocodile and Carmen. The tour was just us two and the guide and he pulled out a ...

    Day 6 - Manuel Antonio National Park

    A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 06, 2014

    ... Y/s1600/P1000239.JPG" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" height="240" width="320" src=" qPw/UwLkrwDrUTI/AAAAAAAAA9c/6H5ZfnT4ZmY /s1600/P1000239.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> And we make it about 50 feet. And then 50 feet more. And again.  Each stop is a lecture and photo op, with spiders in their webs, bats hanging on tree trunks or the underside of limbs, macaws, sloths, and spider ...

    Buses Galore

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Jan 27, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... a school bus. They got progressively better with the last one similar to a Red Arrow bus. We lucked out in that two girls from the yoga farm were on our first two buses. One spoke Spanish. We met up with a Cuban gentleman who spoke broken english and pointed us to our 3rd and 4th buses. On our 4th bus we sat in the back with a Belgium couple and two German friends. One of the German guys spoke Portuguese and translated for us until we got to Quepos. ...

    Manuel Antonio Nat'l Park

    A travel blog entry by egatfield on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... Pacific Coast. And thanks to Edgar's thoughtful planning by having box lunches prepared for us, we were able to spend 6 hours at the beach, instead of the scheduled 3. Upon entering the park through a mouth in the rainforest, we walked along a dirt road past several nature enthusiasts. Many had set up spotting scopes to peer deeper into the forest for magnified views of spiders or sloths, and it clearly illustrated to us how abundant the biodiversity is inside ...