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  • 1. Waterfalling

    The Manuel Antonio National Park was closed when we were there (on Monday) so we didn't see as much wild life as we would have seen had it been open. We did do a free fall segment of the...

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  • 2. Birding

    My husband is an avid birder, so of course, he wanted to have a day of birding while in Costa Rica. We were so fortunate to find Berny Sanchez. He picked us up at our hotel (VERY early), and took us...

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  • 3. Town

    Quepos is a medium-sized fishing town. The village center is full of restaurants, bars, hotels, art galleries and gift shops. You will also find a supermarket, bank and pharmacy. Quepos used to be an...

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  • 4. Manuel Antonio

    Manuel Antonio is a small place on the other side of the hill from Quepos (about 8 km) that is famous for its national park and beaches. The best hotels are found up the hill between Quepos and...

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  • 5. Beach

    Manuel Antonio has three good beaches. Playa Espadilla Norte lies in front of the small town of Manuel Antonio (outside the park). It's a good place for surfing, there are eateries and gift shops...

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  • 6. Feeding the monkeys

    We fed White-Faced Monkeys left over bananas. They were so cute until they became aggressive when we ran out of bananas. I don't think they would have harmed us, but they did get a little crazy...

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  • 7. No need to pay $20 for a guide in Manuel Antonio

    We were warned that we would miss on seeing monkeys and other wildlife while in the park if we didn't hire a guide to point them out. We found that while...

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