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TravelPod Member ReviewsKarahe Hotel Manuel Antonio National Park
If you like sleeping with a thousand ants in your room and taking a shower with a thousand more then you should definitely come here. Otherwise, I advise against it. Loved the beach here and loved the staff but woke up with a billion bug bites that I didn't have when I went to bed.
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Went to the beach in Manuel Antonio. Saw some monkeys and raccoons. Had to stop them from stealing our stuff from the beach when we weren't looking.
... be a challenge! There is a wide range of accommodation choices, even as close as a 5 min walk from the National Park entrance. So, don't be afraid to look around. Maybe just stock up on food supplies in Quepos before you arrive to Manuel Antonio. As always, it's a USD$10 entrance fee to enter the park, which opens from 7am to 4pm. You can easily spend an entire day here. When you walk up the main trail (a dirt road for cars) you will be able to spot many animals along ...
... buses. Puerto Viejo was a lazy beach town, similar to Bocas, but in Costa Rica.
Next we went south to Manual Antonio. This area has the smallest national park in Costa Rica. It attracts lots of tourists as you can walk around it in half a day and spend time on an amazing beach to boot. We saw racoons, monkeys, snakes, deer, iguana and ...
We always love coming to Manuel Antonio because it is such a beautiful coastline. No matter which way you look, crystal clear water, interesting rock formations and blue skies make it a delight to the eyes. Of course, because it is so beautiful and there is the national park, it is heavily visited by tourists.
We have found a place to stay that is right next to the entrance to the National Park and even better we have found ...
... when we went to bed a huge toad was on the bedroom wall. What do you do when it is time for sleep and there is a large amphibian on the wall? - Switch off the light! He had disappeared by morning, but
did wake up another morning to wonder what we had spilt on the wall opposite until I put on my glasses and realised the 'stain' was ourfriendly toad again.
This may sound strange but I felt that all the insects and wildlife around ...