Manuel Antonio Park is a beautiful, popular vacation spot, located south of Quepos on the Pacific Coast. With glorious, expansive white sand beaches, it is a known for it's beautiful vegetation, ocean setting, and amazing sunsets. It is also well known for it's hiking trails.
The park has a variety of vegetation including primary & secondary forests, lagoons, mangrove swamps, and beach vegetation. When you visit and explore Manuel Antonio Park, you will see many species of mammals and birds. The park information website (http://MauelAntonioPark.com) says there are 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds! Additionally, there are small isles just off it's beautiful coast. If you visit at just the right time, you will see dolphins migrating! And, perhaps even migrating wales!
Manuel Antonio National Park was established in 1972 in order to preserve one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse areas of the world. * The beauty and diversity of wildlife is unequaled! You'll also find a wonderful variety of beaches and coral reefs. These are the most beautiful beaches in the country. Try taking the trail that winds around Cathedral Point. You'll find spectacular views and and beautiful beaches nearby.
It's easy to get to Manuel Antonio National Park. Sansa Airlines provides regularly scheduled flights. Additionally, you can drive from San Jose or take one of the many buses leaving from the Tracopa Terminal in San Jose.
Stay with us at El Faro beach hotel, and you'll be right by the park! You can even book tours at our front desk. We are happy to make your stay in Manuel Antonio fun and delightful.