Although Manuel Antonio National Park may be one of Costa Rica’s smaller parks, it boasts more than 109 species of mammals and 184 colorful species of birds.
Head further off-the-beaten-track to the rural Santa Juana Mountain Village, about an hour from Quepos. Meet the locals during a village tour, sample traditional Costa Rican cooking, fish for tilapia and horseback ride through stunning mountain trails to lush waterfalls. Learn all about the region’s agriculture and reforestation during a tour of sugar cane and coffee fields. Santa Juana also runs a Carbon Offset Reforestation Program, which is responsible for the planting and maintenance of more than10,000 trees. Ecologically minded vacationers can participate in a Tree Adoption program and receive a souvenir certificate.
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This Mediterranean-style resort is perched atop a majestic bluff ovelooking the Pacific Ocean in the most pristine and tranquil part of Manuel Antonio.
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