Makanda by the Sea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Makanda by the Sea Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... an island but a natural land bridge formed over time by the accumulation of sand, and it is now connected to the mainland - a phenomenom called "tombolo". This mirador only offers views out to sea and down on the cliffs below, after walking on the forested trail. Manuel Antonio National Park is well developed for the high volume of visitors, with easy trails (I wore thongs the whole day), paths and stairs in place, toilet and shower facilities, bins, picnic tables, ...
... has in the past. We finally got to a place where the path became steeper, rockier and I felt I could go no further so we turned back.
On the way back we heard a sound that was familiar..........the rapping of a woodpecker. Not just any woodpecker but a linneated woodpecker. This is one of the large woodpeckers that has a head like the old woody woodpecker cartoons. He did not seem to be in the least bit interested in us ...
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The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
Casita is surrounded by rainforest jungle. Relax to the sound of the
seasonal creek babbling through rainforest. You'll be lulled to sleep by
croaking frogs, chirping crickets, and the sounds of the jungle at
night. Awaken to the distinct roar of howler monkeys as they traverse
through the ...
... moved to Manuel Antonio by the sea, to stay at Casa Buena Vista. This is run by an American woman ( approx. our age) who came here after graduation and stayed. It is a Spanish style complex of rooms and a couple of semi-detached cottages, painted white but in need of a fresh coat of paint. There is a small passage between the main house and other rooms where a colony of bats live. They look quite cute during the day but at night they race about as you walk through ...
... I've got a much better understanding of the layout of the resort, and also, I saw a group of 5 or so Capuchin monkeys! I was as close to them as I've been to any monkeys so far this trip, and I was able to see that one had a baby on its back. I don't know if the video I uploaded here from my iPhone will show the baby well or not.
The girls got up, and we went to breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, we walked down a very steep hill ...