Day 18: Manuel Antonio – A day at the park!


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Published: July 28th 2017
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Today, Renata and I headed on a guided tour of Manuel Antonio National Park with Costa Rican Jade Tours. Out of all the national parks we’ve been to in Costa Rica, I found Manuel Antonio National Park to be the best park to spot wildlife. We saw sloths, various monkeys, birds and insects. The park also has a beautiful beach to relax. However, at the beach, we had to be careful of our belongings. The white face capuchin monkeys and raccoons are known to steal from unsuspecting tourist.



As the day grew hotter, we headed back to our hotel to cool off. In the late afternoon, we headed to the local beach and watched parasailers in the distance and the beautiful sunset on the horizon.





For dinner we headed to La Cantina, where we enjoyed some delicious seafood while listening to Caribbean music. Tomorrow, we head to the Damas Mangroves for a Kayaking tour through the Mangroves.


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White Face Capuchin Monkey
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Lizard that changes colours
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The beach inside Manuel Antonio National Park


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