Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts

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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    Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

    Quepos Express

    A travel blog entry by mgilfillan on Mar 31, 2014

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    Today we ventured into the small town of Quepos by bus. It was sticky and humid and not much there to do. We found a small family owned restaurant and had a great breakfast of ham and eggs, fried plantains, tortas, and black beans and rice. It was delicious. We then walked along the beach and did a little shopping before returning back to our apartment. On the way back, we stopped at a supermarket to get groceries. A nice young man ...

    Day 3: Zip lining

    A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 05, 2014

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... on our way. A long ride down a twisty dirt road, over a few very questionable bridges, and literally through a river, and then we were there! Deep in the rain forest. We were first given fresh fruit to snack on, then headed into the butterfly garden; a netted area where butterflies are bred and live for a while until released into the wild. There were so many beautiful species, especially the blue morpho butterfly. There were also venomous snakes in ...

    It's Action Day!

    A travel blog entry by marty387 on Jan 24, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... able to jump into the water. We traveled the coastline which was really beautiful until we reached the snorkeling area. We were provided with life jackets, fins, and masks with breathing tubes. The fish of every imaginable color were incredible. They were inches from your face, and the water was delightful and we would have been happy spending the rest of the day in the water. The Catamaran ...

    Beach raccoons, a bar in a plane and sleepy sloths

    A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time on Sep 10, 2013

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    ... mud tracks to discover our own private beach cove. It took 40 minutes but was well worth it! Nobody else was around and the only surroundings were dense jungles and farms. We made the most of it and swam in the ocean, even as it began to pour down heavy, afternoon rain. It was mainly a rock beach- but it made for great swimming and was extremely stunning, especially while bathing and looking up into the surrounding green jungles and ...

    Volunteers ravaged by illness in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by kkiely on Apr 19, 2013

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    ... blog, headed off with a couple of our female Canadian pals (Emily and Sarah) to Manuel Antonio for the weekend. Admittedly we left a little later than intended as I found myself at a bus station on the other side of town to the correct station querying to no avail "how it could be possible that my 2010 Lonely Planet guide could have the incorrect bus terminal". Fortunately though, this allowed my companions, Aslak and Emily, to satiate their hunger ...