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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mandarina Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... squirrel monkeys. These lovely little monkeys are sadly threatened due to over-development destroying their natural environment and there are roughly 1500 left in Manuel Antonio, one of their last remaining native habitats. There was one male monkey in particular who caused a bit of a stir, sitting on barbed wire. Pete was wincing! They were really sweet and we stood and watched them, with their babies, for quite some time.
... us spot many crabs of all different sizes and all a beautiful bright red colour. He also showed us a deer that is clearly used to having humans in its habitat as it didn't run away from the many human eyes staring at it from just a few feet away. We saw some gorgeous butterflies and were introduced to many different types of trees and plants before finishing our walk through the forest and heading to some of the nicest ...
... you can walk past and see what they're looking at without paying them. we were still debating but the $20 per person helped make the decision. We walked from the park to the beach, (1.3km) which everyone said is amazing. being the brilliant people we are, we didn't bring bathing suits. we weren't planning on hitting the beach and when we left the hostel it was muggy but not sunny and didn't seem that warm. but it was sooo hot and we were wishing we had ...
... old habits die hard)
5) My camera
6) Our room's hot tub
And, no f**king monkeys.
So right now we're giving a suspicious side-eye to our laptops and our in-room refrigerator, as they are the last electronics that haven't jumped ship on us. Give them time, we're here for another 4 days.
It began with our flight from Dallas to Costa Rica yesterday, which seemed to be loading smoothly until right before takeoff, when the air conditioning ...
... while we waited for the bus to come. David was nearly finished his when he discovered a couple of bugs in it. They we so small, he could probably have eaten them without a fuss but the shop decided to offer him a new one, of a different flavour, which he accepted, of course.
Back at the house, we could hear a commotion out in the garden. There were some capuchin monkeys in the trees getting over excited and screeching. It turned ...