Manuel Antonio National Park Guided Tour

Manuel Antonio National Park Guided Tour

Tour one of Costa Rica’s most stunning national parks on the Manuel Antonio National Park hike. An experienced guide, while taking you through this natural world of wonder that is bursting with biodiversity, will point out several species of monkeys, sloths, coatimundis and much more.

Featured in:Nature Walk, Manuel Antonio National Park
Duration:
5 hrs
Available Days:
Sun Mon Wed Thu Fri Sat
Schedule:
7:15 AM, 12:15 PM
Hotel Transport Included
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English, Spanish

The park is made up of numerous trails, taking you through the rainforest and onto a number of pristine white sand beaches, only reachable through the park. The park is alive with tropical butterflies, birds, monkeys, snakes, iguanas, sloths, orchids and more. On this tour you'll be able to learn about their life cycle and their special abilities and behaviors. For those that love nature and exploration, the walk within this park will be unforgettable. This tour is provided by Costa Rica Jade Tours.

The tour lasts about three hours and is one of the most popular in Costa Rica. The Manuel Antonio National Park is known for its combination of rainforest, beaches and coral reefs. The guide will help you take amazing photos through the telescope. He will explain the most interesting and unique birds, animals and plants to turn the natural world into a storybook.

Pick up is a 7:30am or 12:40pm from your hotel.

Attraction Visited

Manuel Antonio National Park

Created in 1972 to preserve the richness of the forest and the idyllic beaches, Manuel Antonio is home to many of Costa Rica's endangered species. Don't let the size fool you, the smallest of Costa Rica's National Parks, which encompasses almost 1,700 acres of land (683 terrestrial hectares) and 136,000 acres of ocean (55,000 marine hectares), is regarded as one of its best.

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Transportation

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Traveler Comments

Crowded at first but evened out and our guide was great. Very laid back tour but saw some animals we hadn't seen yet, especially the monkeys.

- KATHERINE C, DEC 2021

Our tour guide Juan was very knowledgeable and showed us some amazing things we would have never seen on our own. It was a good tour!

- AILA G, MAR 2021

For a group tour, this is a good one and they are efficient with good guides. Manuel Antonio is a bit nuts, with tons of groups starting out at the same time. it's crowded. once the tour ended at Manuel Antonio beach, it was very worth it to walk the cathedral trail and to spend some time on the beaches

- LAURA W, FEB 2020
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