A beautiful village nestled in the rainforest on the pacific coast of Costa Rica. Relatively small, this village is accessed only through Quepos where you can either catch a bus in or drive.
Technically, Manuel Antonio starts as soon as you leave Quepos and head up the hill. This initial part is home to a large number of hotels and restaurants. At many places along this road you can stop to admire the incredible view of the pacific and the rainforest below.
The last part of the road leads you down onto the beach where the road then does a full circle and returns to Quepos. It is here that you can see the amazing National Park which is home to a lot of wildlife.
Quepos is a small town that serves as the entrance to Manuel Antonio. While it may not be the most picturesque town encountered in Costa Rica it certainly has character and is home to a large…
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