Spotlight Costa Rica! Manuel Antonio National Park Tour in Costa Rica
Manuel Antonio National Park is the number one most visited park in Costa Rica! It is the perfect combination of rain forest, beaches, flora, wildlife and coral reefs that will surprise you at every turn. This sure sound like a great family trip or a fun activity for adventurous honeymooners. You can definitely go to the park on your own, however, I guarantee you won’t get the same experience. So who to choose as the perfect guide? I work with Aguila Tours, Juan Brenes, and this is a guaranteed hit! You can do a private tour with him or a group tour. Either way, you’ll come out knowing more about wildlife than some biologists:)
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The guide will help you see as many wildlife as possible, at the same time he will tell you everything there is to know about it. You will also notice how genuinely happy he is about showing the wonders of this place to the rest of the world.
So stop guessing, or having second thoughts if you should go with a guide and just Go For It!
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Here’s what people have to say about them and if you don’t believe them, I dare you to try it!
I did this tour with Juan and what a delight! He is a great tour guide and one I do highly recommend. We are from the U.S. and appreciated his fluent English and kind manners. He also is a very skillful guide which makes a big difference because many of the animals I would have never seen on my won.
Our family just returned from a 12 day trip to Costa Rica. One of the highlights of our trip was our private tour with Juan at the Manuel Antonio National Park. We were nervous because all the guidebooks say to go to the park early in the morning and our tour began at 1pm, however, it was an incredible experience! The park was not very crowded and we saw an amazing amount of wildlife! Bats, butterflies, Jesus Christ Lizards, iguanas, grasshoppers, tree frogs, white faced monkeys, squirrel monkeys, a sleeping sloth, a moving sloth (wow!), deer, crabs, birds and even a huge kind of rat (we were told that this kind only ate the good stuff!) If it wasn’t for his knowledge and expertise we would never have seen most of the things we saw. Juan even provided time for us to swim. He was conversational and good humored. He was a pleasure to be around and we were very happy that we had him as a guide. We would highly recommend him.