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This small town on the Pacific coast is a great place to relax and enjoy the sun and nearby sea. A short distance away, Manuel Antonio National Park offers beautiful white sand beaches and warm turquoise water, ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, boogie boarding, sailing or surfing.
Quepos sits on the outskirts of the Manuel Antonio …
Luckily we made it to Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio during the low season, as it is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Costa Rica. If you've been to Costa, you've likely visited :) It's no wonder the tourism industry boomed with the looks of the beaches here, but thankfully someone decided to preserve a little land and form the …
Quepos/Manual Antonio was our last stop in Costa Rica, and our base for our Canopy Tour, and our Canyoning Trip. Canopy Tour seems to be an invention of Costa Rica's. It is basically ziplining through the tree tops. It was great fun, and highly recommended. The best part was the "Express Repelling". This is where you trust that the Tico at the …
For almost two decades now, most of my travel experiences outside of the United States have been of the low low budget, backpacking, seat of the pants kind. I have usually gone with no more than a plane ticket, a rough itinerary, a few changes of cloths and a good book. More often than not, I have been alone.
At age 41 …
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking