Manuel Antonio National Park Expeditions

Manuel Antonio National Park  Expeditions

Manuel Antonio National Park  ExpeditionsThis wildlife area is located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the province of Puntarenas. Located about 100 miles south of San Jose Road and about 5 km south of Quepos in the city, the National Park covers 682.7 hectares and 55,000 marine hectares.
Manuel Antonio National Park contain several short tracks which are easily accessible and in good condition. These trails offer the best opportunity to see the two white faces and squirrel monkeys in Costa Rica. The trails tend to follow the coast, with beautiful views and easy access to some of the most beautiful white sand beaches of Costa Rica access.

The park includes 12 islands that serve as sanctuaries for seabirds. Pacific waters contain many dolphins and migrating whales are sometimes seen. The flora and fauna of the park is beautiful, with the dominant trees are the locust, balsa, monkey comb, bastard cedar and Mayflower. Some 109 species of mammals, including two-toed sloths, raccoons, coatis and 184 species of birds have been spotted in the park.

Author: Rodriguez

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