The coast of Manuel Antonio National Park shows off its lush green vegetation in a view from the water. As the 2017-2018 high season continues, those leafy branches will shade monkeys, sloths, birds, and plenty of human visitors as well.
Read our High Season Insiders’ Guide panelists’ favorite hidden spots around the country, from tree houses to a very special strangler fig:
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