The lush tropical jungle, surrounding exquisitely beautiful and pristine beaches, is your playground for the day. Manuel Antonio National Park offers a great combination of rainforest, beaches, and coral reefs. This beautiful park is home to sloths, three species of monkeys (white-faced, squirrel, howler), iguanas, and millions of colorful land crabs. Some of the trails allow for spectacular views of the ocean.
Our naturalist guides will take you on an incredible experience in the jungle. The goal of our team is to share and teach you about the best secrets of nature in Manuel Antonio. Hike for about 3 miles on easy trails looking for unique animals and plants. During our tour you will learn about the symbiotic relationship between many animals and plants. Let us help you get your own “National Geographic” type photos from your digital camera through any of our major locating scopes. The size of our group tours is approximately 10 people for each tour guide. Private tours can also be arranged and the price depends on the number of people for the tour. Within this magnificent landscape, your guide will help you identify some of the more than 260 species of birds and 180 species of mammals that make their home in Manuel Antonio National Park. Using a telescope, exotic toucans, flocks of parakeets and parrots, and the vivid colors of tanagers and hummingbirds can be found camouflaged in the dense foliage. The highlight of your trip may be everyone’s favorite jungle dwellers – the many monkeys of Manuel Antonio National Park. Endangered Capuchin Monkeys Titi and White Face can be seen leaping from branch to branch, oblivious to the humans below, while the roar of howler monkeys is often heard. Three-toed sloths, iguanas, raccoons, white-nosed coatis, agoutis, and other native mammals can often be seen amid an unimaginable variety of rare plant species. Spectacular hidden beaches and lush tropical foliage are the settings for this easy and informative trail.
Since your Manuel Antonio National Park rate is valid for the rest of the day, you can take your time and relax in this wonderfully alive and peaceful place. Rejuvenate your body and spirit in the warm waters of the wonderful secluded beaches.
Departure: 7:30 a.m. (From the hotel lobby)
Duration: 4 hours (Approx.)
Requirements: some hiking ability
Includes: round trip transportation, snacks and appetizers, entrance to the park, bilingual and certified naturalist guide.
What to bring: walking shoes, camera, binoculars, bathing suit, towel, sunscreen and insect repellent.
Price: contact us for pricing information
The park entrance fee is valid for the rest of the day. You can stay and enjoy the park and beaches on your own.