Manuel Antonio National Park is the second most visited park in the country. Drawing visitors with its white sand beaches and amazing wildlife, the park is a must see destination for anyone visiting the area. Combining primary and secondary tropical rainforest, the park is home to 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds. You can feel free to follow the hiking trails and explore the park on your own. A more comprehensive understanding of the delicate ecosystem can be obtained with the help of a trained naturalist guide. The park guides visit the park daily, and are very in tune with the patterns of movement of the animals, meaning that they know exactly where to look to find the varied species. They have superior scopes and binoculars for enhanced viewing, and extensive wildlife knowledge.
Tour time: Your choice, although early morning is best
Includes: transportation, park admission fee, light refreshment
What to Bring: walking shoes, light clothes, bathing suit/towel, binoculars & camera