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Visit Costa Rica - 5 Things About Visiting Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Visit Costa Rica - 5 Things About Visiting Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica is an Amazing Adventure for the Whole Family, Whether Finding Sloths Hidden in the Trees or Watching Monkeys Fly By You or Just Enjoying the Hikes or Amazing Beaches, Manuel Antonio is Spectacular. Here we have five tips on visiting Manuel Antonio.

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The New Travel Guide to Manuel Antonio + Quepos, Costa Rica

I'm living in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. Which is just down the road from Quepos, Costa Rica. And I have a lot of things to teach you guys about both those places. So if you're planning a visit, or thinking about even moving here, you've come to the right place.

You must do these 8 things if you visit Quepos or Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica!

1. 0:38 - Visit Manuel Antonio National Park
2. 1:12 - Try a Traditional Costa Rican Soda Restaurant
3. 2:09 - Visit La Marina (Marina Pez Vela, Quepos Costa Rica)
4. 3:12 - Walk the Quepos Downtown Waterfront
5. 3:55 - Visit the Quepos Farmer's Market
6. 5:47 - Try Restaurants in Manuel Antonio
7. 7:38 - Catch a Sunset
8. 8:18 - Visit the Beaches in Manuel Antonio

As always, I'm Dan from The New Travel. Thanks for watching!



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Manuel Antonio National Park Travel Guide (+ tips for visiting Costa Rica!)

Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Costa Rica, and with good reason. Where else can you see monkeys hoping from tree to tree, sloths hanging around, and beautiful pristine beaches just a stone's throw away? This Parque Nacional is a must visit for anyone in Manuel Antonio.

With this video I take you on our journey to the park, and give as many tips as I can while we are there.

Manuel Antonio National Park Travel Guide:

1. 0.01 Intro
2. 0:42 How to Get to Manuel Antonio National Park
3. 2:05 Should I book a tour guide?
4. 2:31 How to Buy Tickets
5. 3:26 Sloths
6. 4:28 Monkeys
7. 5:48 The Beach (inside Manuel Antonio National Park)
8. 8:22 The Secret Beach
9. 9:44 (BONUS!) The Secret of Life

As always, I'm Dan from The New Travel. Thanks for watching!

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What to know before visiting Playa Espadilla, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Vacations

Thinking about a Costa Rica Vacation? Check out our visit to Playa Espadilla in Manuel Antonio. We share with you what 5 things you need to know before visiting this beach; plus a bonus tip!

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Visit Arenal - 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Arenal, Costa Rica

The Monteverde Cloud Forest & the Arenal Volcano & National Park are two of the most iconic and important travel destinations in Costa Rica. Here we talk about the best and the worst parts of visiting Arenal, Costa Rica.
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Visit Costa Rica - Driving Advice for Costa Rica

Heading to Costa Rica & Renting a Car to Explore This Beautiful Country? Here are a few helpful tips and tricks to help you have a better time driving around Costa Rica. From driving with the Ticos, to lack of signage, to safe driving advice, here are some ways to help you enjoy the Pura Vida of Costa Rica a bit more.
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Visit Costa Rica - The DON'Ts of Costa Rica

Pura Vida! Nothing symbolizes Costa Rica more than the catch all phrase Pura Vida. It symbolizes the free loving spirit and wonderful laid back attitude of the Ticos, the Costa Rican people. Costa Rica is a fabulous place to visit with many national parks, great beaches, tasty fruits and foods and so much more. This video covers what tourists and travelers should NOT do when they go to Costa Rica. The Don'ts of visiting Costa Rica.
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Dirt Cheap - Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Follow the escapades of filmmaker Chas Bruns as he travels the world in search of the cheapest tours, food, hotels, hostels and transportation. If you're living on a budget, Chas can show you how to travel for pennies on the dollar. Chas will show you where to go sky diving, waterfall hiking, shark diving and more!

This episode takes Chas to Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica where he explores Manuel Antonio National Park and Gemelas Beach. He stays at the Beachpacker Hostel. He dines and drinks at Souvenir Cocodrilo, Karahe Hotel, Jolly Roger Casino, Barrest Las Gemelas, Cantina BBQ, Salina Hotel, Buena Vista Beach Club and Emelio’s Café. If you're considering traveling to the Manuel Antonio, you can't miss this!

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Costa Rica- Manuel Antonio National Park

Take a trip through the Manuel Antonio National Park with us...
Costa Rica'a first major ecotourist destination was Manuel Antonio, and it remains one of the country's most popular beach area destintations; composed of three long strands of magnificent white sand beach, bordered by rainforest on one side, and by the Pacific on the other. Overlooking these wide, pristine beaches are tall cliffs covered in thick jungle vegetation and the views from the hills overlooking Manuel Antonio are spectacular. In fact, Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the few locations in Costa Rica where the primary forest comes down to the waters edge in places, often allowing bathers to swim in the shade.

Pristine sandy beaches, cliffs, points, ravines, rainforests, diverse wildlife and an extremely hot climate are some of the features of Manuel Antonio Park. Manuel Antonio National Park is located just south of Jaco, along the pacific coastal highway, which makes it a highly accessible destination. One of the most popular parks in Costa Rica is also one the smallest. Although small, the parks 683 hectares boast some of the countrys most varied and breathtaking scenery with ecological treasures on every hiking trail. Enclosed by lush and very wet tropical forest, the parks trails offer sightings of white-faced monkeys, sloths, coatis, raccoons, iguanas, snakes and many bird species. The park is also home to the Costa Rican squirrel monkey, which is endemic to Manuel Antonio, but also endangered. Manuel Antonio is a must for any traveler with an eco-conscience agenda.

Manuel Antonio National Park came very close to becoming a resort in the early 70s, but was saved by various local eco-friendly interest groups. The park has become a popular destination for its picturesque beaches and diverse ecology and at one point started to become overcrowded. This problem was soon alleviated when park officials decided to enact a maximum number of visitors who would be allowed into the park each day.

Adventure opportunities are around every corner in Manuel Antonio. Surf shops offer rental boards for use on the local beaches, and provide lessons for beginning surfers. The sunset at Manuel Antonio is truly unbelievable and there are local guide outfits that provide sunset sailing tours for an extraordinary sunset experience. Local dive centers give lessons and guide their guests to some of the most inaccessible yet pristinely beautiful places on the globe. Other scenic sites in Manuel Antonio are: the tombolo at Cathedral Point, a long, sandy strip that connects what was Cathedral Island to the mainland; the cove at Escondido Harbour with blue-green waters bordered by underwater caves and cliffs pounded by the surf; and the magnificent beaches where sometimes olive ridley and green turtles come to lay their eggs.

Quepos is a great option for visitors traveling on a budget as Manuel Antonio is right around the corner.

Once a significant banana shipping port, Quepos is now something of an inexpensive dormitory town to its more popular neighbor Manuel Antonio. This small diverse fishing town is located on the pacific coast, just 4 miles north of Manuel Antonio National Park. Often utilized by backpackers or travelers on a budget, Quepos provides many economical options for food and lodging accommodations.

Quepos provides the traveler with places to party, with its many local bars, nightclubs, and discos that will cater to any nightlife interests.

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Manuel Antonio National Park | What To Do In Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio national park in Costa Rica is a must visit place if you like hiking, wildlife or beaches. This national park It’s well known for its many tropical plants and awesome wildlife. You should see sloths, capuchin monkeys and much more. The park is about 680 hectares with many hiking trails.

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How GAY is Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

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Visit Jaco - 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Jaco, Costa Rica

Jaco, Costa Rica is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Costa Rica for good reason. There are amazing beaches, plenty of activities, friendly Ticos (people from Costa Rica) and a good tourist infrastructure, however there are some drawbacks to this great place, one being the tourist nature of the town which takes away some of the Tico-ness of the city, the riptides that can be dangerous and the resort centric feel of certain parts of town.
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Manuel Antonio Costa Rica Quick Tip

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We are a full service travel agency with info and travel packages These are the TOP travel tips, the ones you need to know in order to have the BEST time ever in Costa Rica. If you follow these tips, you will have a great time in Costa Rica, we promise. Pura Vida.

The beauty of Costa Rica is unparalleled. The beautiful beaches, the lush rainforest, the flora and fauna and the overall Pura Vida of the Costa Rica people. Costa Rica should be on everyone's 'Bucket List' to visit. La Fortuna, Manuel Antonio, Tamarindo, Coco, Mal Pais, Montezuma, Puerto Viejo, Tortuguero, Tortuga, Samara, Monteverde just to name a few hotspots. There's like 12 volcanos in Costa Rica, monkey's, sloths, toucans, hummingbirds, interesting insects and enough National Parks to see it all. Don't forget the hotsprings, the waterfalls, the morpho butterflies, the list just keeps going. If you follow the BEST Costa Rica Travel Tips, you will have a GREAT time in Costa Rica.

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Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio with kids

My goodness! Costa Rica was insane. SO much wild life, beautiful beaches, and insanely hot! We visited in March 2019. For the first part of our trip, we stayed on the pacific side in Manuel Antonio. Although we werent able to visit the national park itself, we still had a pretty good time exploring the area, swimming, and hiking! The kids had a blast at the beach and the sunset our last evening there was amazing.
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Top Things To Do in Costa Rica! (Manuel Antonio Region)

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Manuel Antonio - Costa Rica by Frog TV


Frog TV with Adam Baker, focuses on Manual Antonio, Costa Rica. Located on the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica, this lush rainforest/beach location is one of the most popular national parks in the country. Manual Antonio offers a great selection of top hotels and tours in Costa Rica.
The Manuel Antonio wildlife is rich with diversity and makes an exciting option for all travelers coming to Costa Rica. Manuel Antonio National Park is not to be missed!
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Welcome to frog tv - I'm Adam Baker.

For this episode I'm here at the picturesque Arenas del Mar rainforest resort. Behind me you can see the iconic cathedral point - one of the most famous views here in Costa Rica, it is of course the Manuel Antonio National park.
In this video we'll be focusing on some of the highlights of this lush rainforest-beach location that offers the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure.

Manuel Antonio is located on Costa Rica's lush, Central Pacific Coast and is around a three hour drive from the capital - San Jose, or a short 20 minute domestic flight into the Quepos Airport.

The areas enviable location on the Central Pacific ensures warm, tropical year-round weather, meaning there is plenty to choose from year round between the beach and rainforest.

Established in 1972 the Manuel Antonio National Park is the smallest National Park in the country, and yet it remains one of the most visited. In 2011, Forbes named it 'one of the 12 most beautiful national parks in the world.'
The protected area is home to hundreds of species, including many famous faces such as the three-toed sloth, the capuchin, howler and squirrel monkey, as well as many feathered friends.

The area offers a great selection of exciting tours. Everything from parasailing to surf lessons, and rainforest nature hikes to adrenaline fueled ATV tours. The small beachfront village also offers a fine variety of local arts and crafts for souvenirs, making this area perfect for everyone.

Being one of the most popular places to visit in Costa Rica means you have plenty of fine options when it comes to hotels.
The Arenas del Mar Resort has perhaps the best location of all. Located on the beach, it overlooks the National Park from within the rainforest - offering breathtaking views and easy beach access. With its renowned service, comfortable suites and fine dining, means Arenas del Mar is perfect for romantic getaways & connecting with nature.

For larger groups Buena Vista Villas is ideal. This property has its own private access to a secluded beach that is surrounded by wildlife. The two and three bedroom villas are great for families, and it's location just above the local town means there are many good dining spots nearby.
For a smaller, intimate boutique hotel La Mansion Inn provides the answer. Offering an exciting selection of suites, fine views from the sky lounge, and fresh bistro meals at the Jacques Cousteau Restaurant. The famous 'Bat Cave' bar is undoubtedly a highlight - making your stay here utterly unique.

Now don't just take his word for it - this region is truly amazing. Going from tropical rainforest to golden sand beaches in a matter steps!

Catch me next time for more info on everything Costa Rica!

For Frog TV I'm Adam Baker,
Hasta la proxima.

What to do in Quepos, Costa Rica - Karen's Quick Guide

Does your cruise itinerary include Quepos in Costa Rica? If so check out my guide of what to do there including hiking the Manuel Antonio National Park and an awesome Zip-Coaster.

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Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio - A Village Tour

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Things to know before visiting Costa Rica

Things to know before visiting Costa Rica

Costa Rica has been a popular destination for quite some time especially considering that it is so close to the United States. The initial boom occurred in the 90's when expats decided to start relocating to the Central American country in order to move away from the high priced USA.

This has caused one of the things to know before visiting Costa Rica and that its not that cheap to visit anymore. The country is overrun with American food chains in the big cities and most of the times in San Jose and other large cities you are going find yourself eating at one of the many restaurants you eat at in the USA.

Another one of the important things to know before visiting Costa Rica is that you will most likely rent a car in order to see all of the popular tourist destinations. The beaches on the Pacific Side are most of the nice ones in the Northern part of the country and the Volcano, Arenal, which most people visit is in the interior.

The infrastructure is decent in the country although it can't compare to that of the United States or even Europe as most of the roads in the mountains to get to the places you need to are still only two lane roads. One thing that falls under what to know before visiting Costa Rica is there will be an authorization on your card worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.

It is important to note that when you do rent a car the insurance against others is required where in most other countries it is optional. You will want to purchase this coverage for others via your online booking engine or even a third party since most of the coverage that you get with your credit card or even the car company doesn't cover third parties.

Those are some of the things to know before visiting Costa Rica. Check out the video if you want to know more!



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