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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villabosque Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Heute haben wir nur auf der faulen Haut gelegen und keine Bilder gemacht. Zu abschreckend waren hunderte von Menschen, die die 300 m Richtung Nationalpark am Morgen um 8 h zurücklegten. Ein kurzer Gang am Nachmittag ins Dorf und am Abend dann ein billiges Dinner in einem Backpacker Restaurant, nachdem wir am Vormittag alles getan hatten, um am Pool braun zu werden, das war es dann.
We came down from the cloud forest along the bumpy road again till we hit the Pan American highway then south to Manuel Antonio National Park where our hotel is right by the entrance and just yards away from they ocean. On the way we saw some scarlet Macaws but they were high in the tree and not easy to see. We crossed the Tarcoles river and below …
... And even if you don't spot them, one of the other hundreds of tourists will find something and you will know about it. There are a stack of local guides willing to take you up the main trail, promising great views of the animals through their telescope. At only USD$20 for 2 hours, this is a bargain. I would recommend hiring a guide as the telescope does allow for some excellent photo opportunities and you can observe the behaviours of the animals more clearly. I ...
... lying impassively in the same tree above. We then walked into the National Park again where we encountered Red Tailed Deer, Squirrel Monkeys, toucans, hummingbirds and more sloths on and above the rainforest trails. In our time on the picture perfect beach there we were joined by raccoons, iguanas, monkeys with babies and many small gecko lizards, all of which came within touching distance as they scavenged the warm sand. In the afternoon, when we got ...
... rope and off we went. The trail was overgrown but Robert did a fine job of clearing branches out of the way as we went. It was slow going because had to be on the lookout for leaf covered rocks, fallen tree limbs and other hazards.
Saw some cherie's, and some fast moving creepers that would not stay still long enough to get a good view through the scope. Got to a place where there was a log across the path and while we ...