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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 …
... What a lovely walk. If it had been higher tide we could not have gone this way since you end up at a location on the river and with higher tides there are crocodiles!
We had lunch back at the hotel and it was delicious. Many fresh flowers had been placed around the deck and on the tables. We are the only guests in this little hotel...Hotel Pacifico Lunada. We showered after lunch and had free time so John and I walked into town a bit to explore a ...
... and swam for a while but it was so hot out and nit much shade so we headed to the next beach, Playa Espadilla Nur. There were large rock formations on the beach and I hid in a little cave to get out of the sun. This was now the public beach so Jeff and I enjoyed a few beers on the beach before packing it in to go to the little shops/street venders. We did a little shopping then headed back up the hill to get apps at Hotel la Mariposa. This ...
... shirt. There actually were a lot of critters, but I'm not sure I would see the park as a must- do, although there are apparently trails that allow you to lose the crowd and feel at one with the jungle. When we did make it to the beach, it was indeed beautiful (except for the aforementioned speedos) but it was also closed with a less-than-vigilant set of rangers trying to keep determined Ticos away from the waters edge (except, of course, for those hairy guys in ...