Manuel Antonio National Park Nature Walk
Available all year
Worldwide known National Park.
Walk around the tropical – dry forest.
Local flora & fauna.
Manuel Antonio National Park is the jewel of the Costa Rica large number of national parks, its fragile rainforest ecosystem shelters a variety of wildlife including mammals and tropical birds.
The dense rainforest opens into small trails where your naturalist tour guide will acquaint you with all the information regarding the transitional forest. Another great attraction are the white sand beaches that meet the jungle.
The Park protects 683 hectares of tropical rain forest and over a thousand different species of flora. This walk is by far one of the best in the Central Pacific, and a great opportunity to get closer to the forest, the trail followed is a moderate walk with paths made out of gravel, dirt and sand their exposed roots that you need to manage.
After twenty minutes’ drive your one and half hour guided walk will lead you to the beach where you will have time for sunbathing or swimming.
At the end this walk your naturalist tour guide will prepare a tropical fruit buffet to regain the energy and head back to Quepos where an optional drop off in the town of Quepos is also available.
Language: English and Spanish.
Included: Fruits and beverages.
Remarks/requirements: Appropriate light layered clothing, cap, sun block, insect repellent and comfortable walking shoes.
Walking information: Moderate walk with paths made out of gravel, dirt and sand there are exposed roots that you need to manage.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
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