Hotel Villabosque

Address: 150 meters from the entrance to Manuel Antonio National Park and 150 meters from the beach., Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, 79-6350, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 150 meters from the entrance to Manuel Antonio National Park and 150 meters from the beach., Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Playa Manuel Antonio, Jaco Beaches, Iguana Tours, and Manuel Antonio Surf School.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villabosque Manuel Antonio National Park

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    Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

    Beaches and monkeys!

    A travel blog entry by victoria_russ on Mar 20, 2015

    16 photos

    ... initial impression of this one was poor - it was expensive and crowded with noisy tourists scaring all the animals away! However, we walked a little further than most people and found a more secluded beach with some fun crabs and iguanas. On our way back we did get to see some capuchin monkeys up close as well which was great, they're really playful. We've attached pictures of a lot of the animals that ...

    Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio Day 2&3

    A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 19, 2015

    17 photos

    ... a shower and a much needed nap. the heat is just killing me. both making me tired, but also hardly any appetite, but i'm still managing to eat ;) when we got back to the hostel, it was 35 degrees with 50% humidity and already felt so so sooo much cooler than it was in the morning. We went out for a drink to watch the sunset and then out for supper. we went to this wood fired pizza place which was really good. not as good as the jasper pizza place, but still hit ...

    A Monkey Wrench in the Works, Minus the Monkeys

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Sep 19, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... later, we saw exactly zero monkeys, zero sloths, and 1 iguana. The Joneses were not pleased. Now, I will admit that our foray into the Peruvian Amazon rainforest last year (2 words: MUD HIKING) had perhaps spoiled us for rainforest wildlife expectations. There, the squirrel monkeys were *LITERALLY* falling out of the trees (squirrel monkeys= extreme cuteness). But still, we had been told repeatedly that you'd have to shoo the wildlife away- not just in the National Park, but also ...

    Animals Galore

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 28, 2014

    20 photos

    ... squirrel monkeys. The highlight though was seeing a sloth even though it was sleeping high up in the trees. There was even a second sloth which had a baby (according to guides) and this was even harder to see.

    The trail led down to a spit that over the years connected to an island and created a spectacular beach on each side. There were raccoons everywhere and they looked and acted like suspicious burglars. They had ...

    Day 6 - Manuel Antonio National Park

    A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 06, 2014

    ... AAAAAAAAA_s/dFAicraZhp8 /s1600/P1000245.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> I start talking to the young couple, Brandon and Kisha, who turn out to be from Illinois, and in Costa Rica for two weeks.  They're going to Monteverde, then Arenal, which is our route in reverse, then they will finish up in Tortuga, on the Caribbean coast, only accessible by boat.  We tell them about the two places we've been, what we recommend, and what to miss, where to ...