Hotel Inn on the Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... I look at Jamie, "the birds I thought I heard...are actually monkeys," we say in unison. "They are everywhere," she says. We pay attention on our walk back and notice they are everywhere...literally EVERYWHERE. We decide to walk the 1 kilometer to town so we can replenish our cash flow at the only ATM in a 5 mile radius. It's a dusty back residential road. I'm a little weirded out but we keep going. We reach a house with 2 pitbulls tied up by the road and ...
This morning we visited the Mariposa Hotel where we had unobstructed views of the Pacific coast and Manuel Antonio’s national park. The park is host to coatamundi, agouti, 2-toed sloth, white faced and squirrel monkeys. If we ever return to Manual Antonio, we will stay at the Mariposa Hotel.
Surfing is the life blood of Manuel Antonio. Unlike any other town we had seen, both sides of ...
Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica's smallest National Park and also the second most visited National Park - and it's easy to see why. The accessibility to it makes it a breeze to visit, unlike some of the other ones I've seen on my journey through Costa Rica (e.g. Tortuguero and Corcovado). Looking at the poor map of Costa Rica I have (it's hard to find a good free map of Costa Rica - I found the car hire place to have the best free map, just be aware that ...
... bay. We then set off for the hike down the steep hills to the beach. We spent all day there underneath the mangrove and coconut palm trees at a spectacular beach. the water was bathtub warm and clean. There were probably 20 other people close by and so it felt it was pretty much all ours. There was a guy (Oscar) selling beers out of his ice chest - he kept everyone on the beach supplied with cold beverages.. Not a bad gig. While at the beach ...
... see all the mountains tops that are covered with lush forests instead of gaping holes of deforestation-.
Tourism is the main source of income here, and most of the people seem to care about the environment because they know they must conserve their resources in the long run in order to continue making money from the eco tourism industry here.
After saying goodbye to our new friends (and getting a few phone numbers ...