Manuel Antonio National Park
From squirrel monkeys to sloths to iguanas to toucans to bats, there are a lot of wild and fascinating creatures to see in this beautiful and diverse region of Costa Rica. Manuel Antonio National Park was created to preserve one of the most ecologically important areas in the world.
The snorkelling is excellent here, offering the opportunity to see a colourful array of tropical fish. The park offers a well-marked trail system that makes it easy to explore – so bring your hiking shoes and keep an eye out for parrots in the treetops and lizards scuttling across the path.
It is also one of the best places in the world to fish and enthusiasts come from across the globe just to catch a sailfish or Marlin. The coastline of this beautiful national park offers many steep cliffs, white sand beaches and isolated coves that you can reach if you are willing to venture a little off the beaten path. Manuel Antonio National Park is a nature lover’s paradise and there is so much to see and do here.