Go on a lovely expedition with a highly trained, well-educated Costa Rican naturalist guide, that will show you the treasures of Costa Rica’s main tourist attraction, Manuel Antonio National Park. Come and enjoy the 33 year old exotic, bio-diverse tropical rainforest that is Manuel Antonio. The pace of this adventure is determined by your group’s abilities and interests, and the number of stops to observe the wildlife – all in their natural environment. Watch sloths and numerous species of monkeys travel through the tree canopy, hunt for nocturnal silky anteaters and several types of non-poisonous snakes resting in the tropical rain forest, and listen to the songs of the various birds as they glide above your group.
On this 2 ½ - hour nature walk you will see infinitely many different kinds of flora and fauna. Your experienced guide will help you to spot the wildlife and set his telescope to bring you up close and personal.
You'll be surprised by how many different kinds of animals as well as flora and fauna you can observe in the span of your 2 ½ hour nature walk. Stay as long as you like and take additional hikes through the trails or enjoy unspoiled, un-crowded, pristine beaches after your guided educational adventure ends.
The pace of this adventure is determined by your group’s abilities and interests, and you will stop and observe the abundance of wildlife there is in the park – all in its natural and breathtaking habitat. Your guide will show you many different species living in the park, such as sloths and numerous species of monkeys travel through the tree canopy, playing with each other and searching for insects and tropical fruits to eat. You will also be able to see several types of reptiles resting in the tropical rainforest that you are in the middle of. While enjoying your surroundings you can listen to the songs of the various birds as they glide above your group, curiously looking for adventure.
$65.00 per person
Includes tax and valid until Nov 30, 2023
Children over 6 pay full fare, under 6 free of charge.
Transportation, bilingual and certified naturalists guide, Park entrance fee, fruits and juice
7:00 and 11:30 am