Hotel La Colina

Manuel Antonio Road, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, 6350, Costa Rica | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Back on the Costa Rica "Pancaketrail"

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter on Dec 02, 2013

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Ich denke mal jeder Costa Rica Besucher geht auf seiner Reise, mag sie auch nur 14 Tage lang sein, nach Manuel Antonio. Hauptgrund dürfte der gleichnamige Nationalpark sein, nebst der schönen Beach. Wir stellen fest, dass die Übernachtungspreise dementsprechend hoch sind und wir ziemlich lange online nach einer ei*****massen guten und bezahlbaren …

March 21, 2014

A travel blog entry by jeb2729


... is also a long public beach that is open to all but we would not see animals, not much shade and the waves might be too much for our group. After we enter the park it is about a 3/4 mile walk to the beach on a nice wide gravel road with jungle on each side. Our guide has his scope and we see several birds and dark howler monkeys. They are very hard to photograph as they are moving in the leaves. We also see a three toed sloth curled up in a tree. Soon ...

Lunch On The Beach

A travel blog entry by tdv95


... so we wanted to wrap up her visit with a trip to this must-see Costa Rican park.

The crowds aren't really the big concern- it's just that most of the crowd are Ticos (the name Costa Ricans have given themselves- and, duly following the rules of Spanish, if it's a group of women only, it would be 'Ticas'). I'm not convinced that there's a Costa Rican Spanish word for 'whisper', 'quiet', 'stealth mode', or any reasonable facsimile thereof. We ...

Manuel Antonio - Our Final Stop

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize


... was an experience that I'm sure they will never forget. Even Sam went over the top!

While we were here we seriously considered moving to Costa Rica for the remainder of our time away from the UK. The comparison between where we are living in Belize and Costa Rica is vast. Everywhere you look it seems to be green and beautiful. It's no wonder it's called the Rich Coast! Still, whatever the case we had to go back ...

Life in the Jungle

A travel blog entry by skelly1981


... other side.

Back in the car we continued by many plantations of Palm trees, raised for palm oil, a major export for Costa Rica. The trees were huge, and placed on a grid pattern to allow machinery to move between the rows and columns. When we were right next to the seaside, the cliffs and views were spectacular. Costa Rica is very green and lush.

We traveled through Quepos, the ...

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