Hotel Si Como No
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Si Como No Manuel Antonio National Park
The best views in Costa Rica! Very friendly staff. Not for people with mobility problems as the hotel is on the hill and you have to constantly climb steps.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Si Como No Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... at the beach and Memo heads to the far left side where there is a perfect shade tree. We have been given nice beach towels to use and soon everyone is heading for the very inviting water. The guide has us zip up our bags and put them in a pile so he can guard them from the animals. White faced monkeys and raccoons are very fast and can run to a bag, unzip it and grab something very quickly. We had a little demo as we arrive and some very interested white ...
... Mop has an eye like a hawk and spotted animals that i NEVER would have been able to see. I'm pretty sure he was the best tour guide there because he was pointing out animals to all of the other guides too! We saw sloths, howler monkeys, white faced monkeys, raccoons, several different types of iguanas and lizards, red eyed green tree frogs, white trees frogs, brown/yellow tree frogs, the scariest giant spiders, fruit eating bats and mosquito ...
... so we wanted to wrap up her visit with a trip to this must-see Costa Rican park.
The crowds aren't really the big concern- it's just that most of the crowd are Ticos (the name Costa Ricans have given themselves- and, duly following the rules of Spanish, if it's a group of women only, it would be 'Ticas'). I'm not convinced that there's a Costa Rican Spanish word for 'whisper', 'quiet', 'stealth mode', or any reasonable facsimile thereof. We ...
... we would come to the waterfall sooner or later. They had recommended wearing good footwear so we had to take off our trainers to walk through the river. The stones were painful so it was slow progress.
The waterfall was about 15m high and when we arrived we were the only ones there. Of course, I (Ben) had to be first over the top. If I didn't touch the bottom then the kids would be fine! It was very exciting for the ...
... ever that could never be described with words.
After that initial free-fall and first tug I was now flying the opposite way, hurtling straight towards the bridge I had just jumped off. I now had no clue which way was up, down, left or right. Just a free-floating object suspended in space. It felt like a lifetime had flown by while I was being pinballed around in that valley.
I had done it. Completely shaken up and full of adrenaline I could have ran a ...