Manuel Antonio Attractions
Manuel Antonio has the most popular national park in the country attracting more than 250,000 people each year to its lush rainforest, pristine beaches and myriad wildlife.
Just outside the park you'll find Espadilla Beach, the longest and most popular beach in Manuel Antonio. Biesanz Beach (off Quepos Point) offers a more secluded getaway in a natural setting. The nearby, Damas Island Mangroves offer insight into the one of the most important and unique ecosystems on the planet.
For look into the world of permaculture farming, visit Villa Vanilla, a spice farm in the hills of Manuel Antonio or, for something a little more adventurous, stop by Midworld adventure park to spend a day riding zip lines and ATVs.
Several canopy and horseback riding operators offer tours to these waterfalls:
- La Culebra Waterfall: boasts a 30-foot jump for thrill-seekers.
- Matapalo Waterfall: this beautiful waterfall is located about 18 miles from Quepos.
- Tocori Waterfall: a popular destination for horseback riding tours, this set of two falls is nestled within the Tocori ecological reserve.