Manuel Antonio Experience
Despite this being the smallest park in Costa Rica, it is actually the most popular due to the confluence of the 184 types of birds and 109 species of mammals to accompany the endless flora and fauna available for your eyes to feast on. With the park being home to 3 of the 4 tropical primates domestic to Costa Rica, this park offers a refreshing dose of wilderness to satiate your palette. A highlight of the hike in Manuel Antonio has often been said to be the opportunity to observe the wildlife through the impressive Swarovski and Pentax telescopes which can make you feel like you’re one with the nature.
This tour is fully equipped with transportation from your home in Jacó to the park, with a pit stop in the famous Third Beach where you can hang out between the waves for a breather to break the 90 minute car ride.
Where and When to Meet & Pick-up Times:
The park is closed on Mondays so be sure to plan accordingly.
- Pick-up is is included within the Jaco area.
If you are in the Jaco area: please contact your Guide & Coordinator, Antonio by sending your him a message at +506 8632 6952 or click here to automatically open a conversation with Antonio on WhatsApp so that he can arrange your pick-up.
- If you are not in the Jaco area: Please meet at Playa Hermosa Vacation Office in Central Jaco 30 minutes before your tour time or if you need transportation coordinated for you, please contact your Guide & Coordinator, Antonio by sending your him a message at +506 8632 6952 or click here to automatically open a conversation with Antonio on WhatsApp.
- If you are a member of an existing reservation made under a different name staying at one of our Vacation Rental properties, please include the name of the person that the existing reservation has been made under in the Order Notes during the Checkout process so that we can be aware of this.
When your group is 4 people or more, this day trip is only $99 per person. When there is less than 3 people, it is $110 per person. Deposit is $40 per person.
- Naturalist guide
- Fruits & Water
What To Bring:
- Swim suit
- Tennis shoes
- Bug spray