Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts

Address: 200 Meters North of Quepos Airport, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 200 Meters North of Quepos Airport, Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Rancho Savegre, Manuel Antonio Divers, Sirena Ranger Station, and Manuel Antonio's First and Finest Day Spa.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts Manuel Antonio National Park

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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Quepos/Manuel Antonio - Sloths, Monkeys & Kayaking

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... monkeys like the ones at the park. Anyway, back to the kayaking. The kayaking was was fun and scary. A lot more work and stress for Brian. =) Unfortunately, the kayaks did not come back with back support so it was hard to really be able to kayak more than an hour, specially in those big waves.
The lowlights:

  • Brian grumbling about places not accepting credit cards and having to get cash ...

Riches, rags, repacking, rain forests, raccoons

A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 28, 2014

24 photos

... record this for us to remember in time how lucky we have been on this trip to enjoy such pristine nature that may look very different in 50 years time. We have booked to stay an extra 3 nights in our current beachside accommodation here, which is perfectly appointed and located, complete with a wild sloth and her baby hanging in the tree above the pool, just outside our room. Following the last entry we had a great 4 night stay in Los Angeles with Darryl, a family ...

Sloths and Scuba

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Dec 28, 2013

6 comments, 24 photos

... me so happy (I'm a bit obsessed with baby animals). We also saw a porcupine sleeping up in the trees, white-faced capuchins, a golden orb spider, a land crab, several lizards, a hummingbird in her nest, butterflies and a fawn. Dennis and I are huge animal lovers, so it was a perfect morning for us--plus the tour ended on the beach where freshly-cut pineapple awaited us. We enjoyed some pineapple and then jumped in the water to cool off, spending the next two ...

Racoons, iguanas and surfing

A travel blog entry by giedre-sha on Dec 13, 2013

27 photos

... relax but not for long. Some surfer approaches us offering surfing lessons and we refuse but he insists that I have to try surfing. Since I really wanted to anyway, I agree to the free lesson. And I stand up on my first try and I LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT. After two hours in a water, I go wash sand and salt in a fresh natural spring just couple of minutes' walk from the beach (a tip from locals!) and go find Dannii who is ...

Manuel Antonio Nat'l Park

A travel blog entry by egatfield on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

... Pacific Coast. And thanks to Edgar's thoughtful planning by having box lunches prepared for us, we were able to spend 6 hours at the beach, instead of the scheduled 3. Upon entering the park through a mouth in the rainforest, we walked along a dirt road past several nature enthusiasts. Many had set up spotting scopes to peer deeper into the forest for magnified views of spiders or sloths, and it clearly illustrated to us how abundant the biodiversity is inside ...