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Kids Saving the Rainforest: the Costa Rican initiative that’s gone global
Changemakers
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Changemakers
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Kids Saving the Rainforest: the Costa Rican initiative that’s gone global

Ellen Zoe Golden - February 26, 2018

In the last year, the Kids Saving the Rainforest organization, headquartered in Manuel Antonio on Costa Rica's Central Pacific coast, has made great strides toward continuing the…

Luscious green
Tico Times Pic of the Day
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Tico Times Pic of the Day
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Luscious green

The Tico Times - January 4, 2018

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…

Manuel Antonio National Park closed due to heavy rains
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Weather
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Manuel Antonio National Park closed due to heavy rains

Katherine Stanley - October 24, 2017

Costa Rica's most popular national park, Manuel Antonio, on the Central Pacific coast, is closed until further notice because of heavy rains in the area. The National…

Locals in Manuel Antonio prevent robbery of U.S. tourist with citizen’s arrest
Costa Rica
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Costa Rica
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Locals in Manuel Antonio prevent robbery of U.S. tourist with citizen’s arrest

Michael Krumholtz - January 2, 2017

A pickpocket attempt on crowded Manuel Antonio Beach on New Year's Day quickly went haywire for three men who tried to snatch the purse off a U.S. tourist.…

Recommended hotels and restaurants in Quepos and Manuel Antonio
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Hotels
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Recommended hotels and restaurants in Quepos and Manuel Antonio

The Tico Times - October 20, 2016

Quepos and Manuel Antonio are one of Costa Rica’s top meccas of great hotels and restaurants, many with gorgeous ocean views, with options for all budgets and…

History of Quepos/Manuel Antonio, from the conquistadors to the turistas
Costa Rica's Greatest Places
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Costa Rica's Greatest Places
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History of Quepos/Manuel Antonio, from the conquistadors to the turistas

The Tico Times - October 17, 2016

The Spanish first laid eyes on the coast of Quepos and Manuel Antonio in 1519, in a ship commanded by Hernán Ponce de León (nephew of Juan,…

Manuel Antonio: Mangroves, monkeys and jumping off waterfalls
Adventure Sports
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Adventure Sports
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Manuel Antonio: Mangroves, monkeys and jumping off waterfalls

The Tico Times - October 13, 2016

Manuel Antonio and Quepos offer just about every type of adventure imaginable, from parasailing to sky-diving to whitewater rafting — and much more. We couldn’t go on…

Marina Pez Vela sailed a rough sea to calmer waters
Costa Rica's Greatest Places
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Costa Rica's Greatest Places
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Marina Pez Vela sailed a rough sea to calmer waters

The Tico Times - October 10, 2016

Today in the Travel section we take a look at the past, present and future prospects of the Marina Pez Vela in Quepos, a first-class facility unique in…

In search of new horizons and old turtle traps in Manuel Antonio
Environment & Wildlife
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Environment & Wildlife
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In search of new horizons and old turtle traps in Manuel Antonio

The Tico Times - October 6, 2016

Looking for centuries-old “turtle traps” on the beaches of Manuel Antonio, we found trees scratched by ocelots, saw two-headed butterflies and contemplated a premature demise while cliff-climbing.…

Why Manuel Antonio and Quepos are king of the hill in Costa Rican tourism
Costa Rica
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Costa Rica
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Why Manuel Antonio and Quepos are king of the hill in Costa Rican tourism

The Tico Times - October 3, 2016

Have you heard of this place called Manuel Antonio? It’s got the most popular national park in Costa Rica, a gleaming new marina in nearby Quepos and…

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