Hotel Plaza Yara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... part. Busy meaning loads of vendors trying to sell sunbeds, cigars, tours, surf lessons, coconuts etc. and full of tourists too lazy to walk far from where the bus dropped them off.
Looking for a bit more peace and quiet, we walked up the beach to the northern end. Although the sand was white, it reminded us of west coast Auckland beaches, with big sweeping waves surging up over the sand - this was not really a beach ...
... our Canadian guide was not as good charming as our Tico guide but he did show us many wildlife from bats, frogs to monkeys and sloths. It really is different to see the animals in their natural habitat. There is an element of discovery which is kind of nice. However, one teenager definitely did not think so. As we were passing this group, the guide was trying to get the girl to look through the scope to look at the ...
... We started with a pool refresher course at 8 a.m., and didn't get back from our dives until after 5 p.m. My brother-in-law Scott, his wife Andrea and their son Julius joined us in the afternoon for the boat trip to the dives. They went snorkling while we dove. The seven of us had the boat to ourselves (plus our guides and boat captain), so it was a special family boat trip. Six of us went back to Manuel Antonio on New Year's Eve morning for a guided wildlife ...
Good morning paradise! We start the day in the beautiful national park of Manuel Antonio. We have a nice stroll through the park and on to the stunning beach where we spot a group of friends getting robbed by racoons. They start chasing them around the park but it's totally pointless. There are many racoons running around and trying to steal food. They even know how to open a bag of crisps! We continue along the beach with an ...
... Leo found for us was a sloth slowly moving among some tree branches. The telescope brought it in close and we had plenty of time to view it before we moved on. The sloth was still slowly moving. Shortly after that, a family of Squirrel Monkeys flew across our path from tree to tree. Leo got the timing exactly right for this shot.
He then used my camera to take shots through ...