Oceano Villas

Address: road to the Manuel Antonio National Park, in front of the Promerica Bank., Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, 6350, Costa Rica | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa is located on road to the Manuel Antonio National Park, in front of the Promerica Bank., Manuel Antonio National Park.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking


        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Oceano Villas Manuel Antonio National Park

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        Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

        Monkeys, Monkeys, and more Monkeys

        A travel blog entry by mgilfillan on Mar 30, 2014

        5 photos

        ... visited by a huge Iguana on the tree we were lying under. He was huge. We then set off back to the apartments and went for a dip in the pool and saw a sloth and tree frog. The wild life is everywhere here - right in our back yard. After a quick shower we all headed into town for a sunday tea dance and met some locals and had a great time. We decided to call it a night at around 10:30, exhausted from the sun and the drinks we had. Day 1 - ...

        Costa Rica finally!

        A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jan 27, 2014

        1 comment, 40 photos

        ... dry that it was impossible to chew.

        Within an hour of touchdown we pulled up in front of our accommodation, Hostal Urbano. I had been very impressed by the efficiency of their team when replying to our emails. They provided a lot of useful information about which currency to use when, (US dollars and Colones are both used) and security at the airport. But when the car stopped and I saw the smallish building totally covered on every top surface ...

        January 1, 2014

        A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Jan 01, 2014

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... br> Christmas was a lot of fun - we had about 10 people for potluck, drinks and some pool time. Our tree was so fun to create! We went down to Playa Tortuga the week before, and gathered some driftwood and sand dollars. Bought a glue gun in San Isidro, and got creative!

        New Year's Eve was mellow - we were in bed before 10, with the sounds of fireworks all around. Not sure but it seems like fireworks here are just designed to make ...

        Park Hike, Catamaran Trip, Snorkeling.

        A travel blog entry by austinke on Jul 28, 2013

        51 photos

        ... through all of Central America) for a bit, and also on a fairly major toll highway, too.

        Then we stopped at a bridge crossing the Tarcoles River, and saw a total of 40(!) crocodiles! It was amazing to see so many all at once, and so many big ones, too - Kim got some great photos of them.

        We continued on to a very nice restaurant at a hotel named Hotel Villa Caletas that overlooked the Pacific Ocean, and then after another hour or ...

        He asked, I said YES!!

        A travel blog entry by ashleysblog on Mar 23, 2013

        53 photos

        ... landed so I got to see him walk out this time. Back in December I was late (no surprise to Kevin). From the airport we headed straight to our first tour. Though, despite having a GPS we took the scenic route...but we made it. We were headed towards the Tarcoles River area. This was something that Kevin had wanted to do during the last visit but we didn't get to. We were headed out to see some crocodiles! We made a pit stop on our way to our tour at Crocodile Bridge. This is a ...