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Located 82 miles from the national capital of San Jose, Manuel
Antonio National Park is perhaps one of the most biodiverse parks
on the planet and one of Costa Ricas b...
Located 82 miles from the national capital of San Jose, Manuel Antonio National Park is perhaps one of the most biodiverse parks on the planet and one of Costa Ricas biggest tourist attractions. After visiting, its clear to see why.The heat hit me instantly but soon i started to realise just how beautiful the scenery is. I quickly discovered that, despite being Costa Ricas smallest national park at 3 square miles, Manuel Antonio is rich in wildlife- 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds to be precise, thats just how rich in wildlife. A sloth (the park includes both two and three toed) dangling from a tall tree moving at a snail pace was one of the first things in sight when entering the park. Iguanas are also common, whilst toucans and vultures are just two of the many bird species that Manuel Antonio has to offer.The site houses three of Costa Ricas four different monkey species; the squirrel monkey, white-faced capuchin monkey and the notorious howler monkey. No doubt youll hear the howler monkey before you catch a glimpse of one, as their sinister howl can heard from up to three miles away.The main walk to follow around divides fairly frequently. A sloth trail and waterfall trail are both divergences to pursue in your visit to Manuel Antonio. The white-sand beach alongside white-faced monkeys cheekily swinging between trees gives a true taste of Costa Rica. Overall, Manuel Antonio provides an experience like no other. Monkeys galore. Pacific coast. Four privately owned beaches. Heat, beauty, adventure and nature. What more can you ask? This national park does not disappoint, it truly delivers the Costa Rica experience.As the locals around here say, Pura Vida!