Welcome to Manuel Antonio!
Manuel Antonio National Park combines the rainforest with breathtaking white-sand beaches, among the most beautiful in Costa Rica. The Manuel Antonio Region has received plenty of coverage in travel magazines, earning it the distinction of one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world. From Manuel Antonio you can experience whitewater rafting, guided rainforest waterfall walks, horseback riding, snorkeling and sports fishing. Manuel Antonio National Park is the country’s smallest national park at just over 683 hectares, but it is also one of its most amazing. Home to one of the last sizable population of the endangered Squirrel Monkey in the region, the park also houses White-headed capuchin and Howler monkeys.
Manuel Antonio National Park is where tropical rainforest meets the dazzling white sand of Playa Manuel Antonio — one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica and one of the top ten in the world. The beach is a half mile long with a perfect white-sand crescent bordered by deep green mangroves and palms. (Optional) Naturalist guides will help you get the most out of your by explaining the history and geography of the area as well as pointing out iguanas, monkeys, sloths, iguanas and raccoons.
Manuel Antonio has three exotic white sand beaches that offer campsites, showers, sanitary services, drinking water and surveillance. The beaches are surrounded by dense vegetation, twelve islets, multiple inlets and tropical forests as attractions that this interesting place has to offer us.
Playa Espadilla Sur has a slightly strong surf, but it is not dangerous for bathers. Its length is 800 meters and it is located in a bay. The beach of Puerto Escondido that is relatively small and has 80 meters in length. And finally, the Manuel Antonio beach, which is one of the safest for bathers, with little strong waves and where snorkeling can be practiced best, mainly towards the ends, by the rocks, where a large amount of marine fauna can be found here. This area has trails where you can see first hand the nature that offers the tropical forest.