Welcome to Manuel Antonio Park
This park is just south of Quepos on the Pacific Coast, 132 km from San José. Perhaps It is so popular because of its expansive white sand beaches backed by an evergreen forest that grows right up to the high tide line. The principal habitants are primary forest, secondary forest, mangrove swamps, lagoons and beach vegetation. There is quite a varied fauna with 109 species of mammals and 184 of birds. The park includes 12 little isles just off the coast; these often visited by a number of dolphins and, at times, migrating whales can be observed.National Park Book your Tours
The main objective is to provide tourists a unique activity and ecological experience while, at the same time, helping to aid in the preservation of the world’s endangered rain forests through direct financial support to conservation, education and reforestation efforts.
Take advantage of our friendly customer service team and their profound knowledge of Quepos, Manuel Antonio and Costa Rica! The front desk is at your service from 8 AM – 5 PM, Monday to Friday, and from 8 AM – 12 PM on Saturday.
Boredom is simply not a word in the Quepos dictionary. The question here may not be what to do, but what to leave out. After all, there’s only 24 hours in a day.
We have excellent knowledge of the area to the homeowners and guests.
Our Client’s Words
"Le Cinco Bachelero’s. We had a great time in the fantastic Manakin Villa, what an awesome casa! Everything here was great. We went sportfishing and caught a huge mahi mahi which we had for dinner our last evening here. I personally prepared it on the house grill with fresh local vegetables we aquired downtown in Quepos, Mmm Mmm!! Costa Rica, Quepos were perfect for our bachelor getaway!"
"Our stay at Villa Manakin was wonderful! Here is a list of awesomes: Several great panaderias in town. Monkeys are so cool, El gran Escape -> so delish!, Friday and Saturday farmer market -> great food!, Ronny’s Place -> good view, good lunch menu, Shay is very helpful, Raindrop Spa -> mandatory, Lizards and iguanas were cool, All in all we had a fantastic stay! Thank you again Manuel Antonio Estates!"
"Our trip was a blast! Here are some things that we would recommend. Ronny’s place: the best food! slightly hard to find, but the locals will know and will help you. Chicken on the run: good for quick lunch! Cafe Agua Azul: big ass burgers! But call ahead for a table! Amigos del Rio: white water rafting was amazing! We would do that 100 times over! So much fun. The guides made the trip more fun with lots of info. Also, the monkey’s are everywhere, we have had them here everyday! Manakin house has 8 bedrooms with beautiful views! Dorit in the office is very helpful. Anyone that stays at Manuel Antonio will have a great time!"
Why should you love Manuel Antonio Park?Costa Rica (literally “Rich Coast”) is one of the world’s most beautiful tropical destinations. Flanked by both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Ocean, Costa Rica is home to a wide variety of fauna and flora. Amidst Mother Nature’s wonderland, you’ll find a rich culture dating back to pre-Columbian times and genuine Tico hospitality. If you’re looking for your own piece of paradise, Manuel Antonio Estates encourages you to seriously consider Costa Rica. If you’re looking for your own piece of paradise, Manuel Antonio Park encourages you to seriously consider Costa Rica.
Manuel Antonio Park
A must-see is the Manuel Antonio National Park as well as the beautiful beaches.