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Manuel Antonio: Ocelots, thunderstorm, cliff climbing and yes, turtle traps

A grueling hike along the beaches and cliffs between Manuel Antonio and Quepos reveals centuries-old stone "turtle traps" in the ocean.

Costa Rican Tourism: Why Manuel Antonio and Quepos are Kings

In the second installment of a series on “Costa Rica’s Greatest Places,” today The Tico Times Travel kicks off a multi-story package on the attractions, the adventures and the backstory that have made Manuel Antonio and Quepos the top destination in Costa Rica.

Manuel Antonio is Costa Rica’s top destination, and there are good reasons why

With a national park, a marina and a ridge packed with outstanding hotels, Manuel Antonio and Quepos are the king of the hill of Costa Rican tourism. We explore all the reasons why there is so much more to this area than a walk in the park.

Chinese ambassador visits Manuel Antonio, tours palm oil plant

China’s ambassador to Costa Rica stopped at Manuel Antonio Friday to have lunch with local officials and tour a palm oil plantation in hopes of increasing business and tourism ties between the two countries

Manuel Antonio: 5 can’t-miss tropical wonders

1. The park Manuel Antonio National Park is the region’s crown jewel and raison d’etre. The park is one of the most visited national parks...

Walking Around: This Isn’t McDonald’s

On a recent trip to Manuel Antonio National Park, I stopped at a pharmacy in Parrita, which is about 20 minutes outside of Quepos....

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