Byblos Resort & Casino

Address: Km. 4 Carretera Principal de Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Km. 4 Carretera Principal de Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Playa Manuel Antonio, Jaco Beaches, Iguana Tours, and Manuel Antonio Surf School.
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      Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

      Monkeys and Catamarans - Welcome to Costa Rica!

      A travel blog entry by archjefe on Dec 21, 2014

      ... doing the same and so we sparked up conversations and decided to go to dinner and get some drinks. It was a pretty solid first night to my Costa Rican vacation.

      Second morning I woke up and got ready for the catamaran tour. Sailed out at around 9:30am with a group of people from the hostel who were all fantastic and all there to have a great time. We went sailing, snorkeling, all while having some ...

      Introduction to the communities

      A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Sep 09, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... of rusty galvonised iron. A short walk to the school and you see the difference GVI has made, this is the only cement building in sight and it is all brightly painted with murals of the walls. The school is tiny. One classroom, one small sports slab with a broken basketball ring, a toilet block with three toilets (boys, girls and adults), a little kitchen and outdoor dining area for lunches and a tiny little room that GVI use (think half the size of when Dad was in that little ...

      March 20, 2014

      A travel blog entry by jeb2729 on Mar 20, 2014

      14 photos

      ... so left my cameraman John to capture the moment.

      We then proceeded to a restaurant for a group lunch on a patio by the river. We had all chosen the grilled mahi mahi and we all agreed that it was cooked perfectly....nice and moist! Also two men played wooden xylophones with some kind of reverb attached.....quite nice. Then we went to Maravillas Woodwork where a man carves amazing creatures and other things. The gift shop was nice and I found a neat cap with ...

      Roosters in the morning

      A travel blog entry by jakedavis on Jan 27, 2014

      10 photos

      ... br>
      Our days were full of waking up in the morning around 6 to rooters crowing in the yard, eating starfruit off the tree for breakfast, doing something involving the beach or the yoga farm, going to a local soda(cafe) for a meal, and watching the sunset before turning in for the night. Three good days of this. Steves house was what he called "Tico rustic". Cement floors and cinder block walls. Wooden planks for the upstairs floor, a well for ground water ...

      Lunch On The Beach

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Dec 25, 2013

      8 comments, 46 photos

      ... OMG it was heaven. We have our own outdoor cabana and a candlelight dinner with lights shimmering over the pools of hot water. I don’t know how he finds this stuff but it was a perfect end to a perfect day.

      Question of the night; wat’s up with the maid’s bed? Vic did finally relent and book a two bedroom unit when it was not only a “maid’s bed” but a “maid’s bed under the stairs”.

      Editors ...