Hotel La Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Adult pool
- Outdoor pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Mariposa Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Had to get up early and squeeze in some breakfast so we could catch the 8 am shuttle to the beach. We had to get in some beach time. Took the shuttle to the beach and immediately upon drop off we had all kinds of guys trying to rent us chairs and umbrellas. Found some reasonably priced chairs and umbrellas and then they tried to sell us massages, …
Got up early as the fishing guide was sending a cab to get Mr. Kwan, Matt, Marcus, Zach and I for our fishing adventure. Ate breakfast then had to run back to the apartment to take pictures of our passports in case we needed them to get our fishing licenses. The website said we would need them but then we get there and nahhh, just give him your $15 …
Got up and ate our last breakfast of fresh eggs, milk, and cheese. Packed up, took our last pictures at Hotel El Silencio del Campo then loaded up in the van. It is a 3 hour drive from La Fortuna to Queops as it is wind up the mountain wind down the mountain.
Stopped along the way for Lunch at a great little Soda on the side of the …
... looks really nice and no wrinkles!! After breakfast we walked down into town and over to the park which took about an hour. I don't think I've ever sweated so much in my entire life. We walked down the gigantic hill into town, and half way through the walk into town my shirt was already soaked. It was disgusting. Mike and I were both admiring every single pool we walked past, and secretly cursing ourselves for not splurging for a hotel with a pool. The park ...
... with his board snapped in half.
The tide was coming up the beach quick and to avoid getting stranded in the jungle, we decided to make our way back towards the crowded end of the beach. A woman was riding what could be best described as a fairytale horse, it was a huge white stallion with incredibly long, white mane and tail. As we approached, it was crossing a river running through the beach and was perhaps spooked by a ...