Located on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, 82 miles from San Jose, the country's Capital, the Manuel Antonio National Park is a small National Park which is part of the Central Pacific Conservation Area. Having only 1 983 hectares, it was established in 1972 and even though it is the smallest Costa Rican national park, it attracts up to 150,000 visitors each year with its hiking trails and beautiful beaches.
Located in the tropical forest, the "Manuel Antonio National Park" has several coves littered with lush foliage and white sand beaches teeming with rich land and marine fauna. 184 species of birds and 109 species of mammals have their home here. The scenic beauty and excellent climate make this beautiful place a point of attraction for numerous national and international tourists, which encouraged the authorities to develop adequate infrastructure emphasizing harmony with nature.
We invite you to enjoy the beauty of these places in the gallery below: