Central Pacific Coast
The Central Pacific is one of the most visited areas of Costa Rica, characterized by picturesque beaches full of charm and scenic beauty, impressive forests fill the area with freshness and also give life to a diversity of flora and fauna, we also find mangroves as Like the wild protected areas, all this compendium of attractions make Costa Rica Central Pacific this full of charm and beauty
One of the protected wilderness areas is Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the most renowned in the world, with incredible white sand beaches surrounded by lush vegetation and wildlife this becomes one of the region's greatest attractions.
The ocean off the coast offers the best setting for a variety of water activities such as surfing, snorkeling, jet skiing, catamaran trips, sport fishing, scuba diving, whale watching and dolphins at certain times of the year.
Quepos – Manuel Antonio
Quepos is a small and prosperous port town and is one of the best places in the world for sport fishing as well as the gateway to Manuel Antonio
Quepos has a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels, art galleries and gift shops as well as a bustling and lively nightlife also the area of La Marina offers places to visit.
The Manuel Antonio National Park is located about 7 km from Quepos there are several world class beaches in which you can enjoy a wide variety of activities like swimming, hiking, surfing, etc. or just sit on the sand and enjoy a Sunset
In Manuel Antonio you can see the four types of monkeys, spider, howler, white face and squirrel monkey, the latter is in danger of extinction, the area is also an excellent destination for observing sloths, birds and an abundant flora, both inside and outside the national park.