Address: Province of Puntarenas, Central Pacific.
Walking trails surrounded by wildlife and resting on paradisiacal beaches are options that promise to captivate your senses.
The magic of the beach and the greenery of the forest come together in one place, and the result is a natural paradise. Not in vain the Manuel Antonio National Park is the Protected Wild Area that receives the largest number of national and international tourists.
In addition to beaches, the Park offers a very humid tropical forest where species of flora and fauna in danger of extinction coexist, a mangrove, marine environments, islands and a lagoon of 14 hectares
In a short trip you can cross several paths that will take you through a primary forest. You will also have stunning views of the sea and you can enjoy the wildlife that is possible to find at any time.
The park is located about 157 km south of the capital city of San Jose, Costa Rica. It has an area of 1,983 ha on the land side and 55,000 ha on the marine side, dedicated to conservation, research and ecotourism oriented towards environmental education.