Manuel Antonio’s official greeter
Anyone who has visited Manuel Antonio National Park knows that a stroll along its paths can mean a close encounter with squirrel monkeys like this one – and maybe even closer than you expect, if you’re carrying something irresistible. Like food of any kind. Or a bottle of sunscreen. Or pretty much any object.
Read more about why Manuel Antonio continues to reign as Costa Rica’s top tourism destination.
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