Manuel Antonio

After a few bus transfers, we arrived in Manuel Antonio. We roamed the streets, exploring the available room options. We agreed that Vista Serena was the best option with dorm beds for $14 and million dollar views of the ocean. After a hearty breakfast, we headed off to Manuel Antonio National Park. There is a $10 entrance fee to enter the park and lots of tour options. We opted to tour the park ourselves. The beginning of the park was busy with other travelers however, it was more secluded once off the main path. There are a few different beach options and lookout points to explore as well. There were white face monkeys all over the places. They seemed to be competing with the local raccoons for snacks for the tourist. We were also fortunate enough to see a toucan and some sloths. The park itself is not that big and can be explored in a few hours. We spent the rest of the day longing in the hammocks at Vista Serena and enjoying the beautiful sunset.







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