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We took a day trip there by taxi from San Jose with two other couples. The water was so warm it was like a hot tub and the bay was realativley calm. Even our non swimmer in the group was grinning while in the water....More
One of the absolute best beaches I've ever visited. We were there in September, which is low season. We were very happy about that, as the amount of tourist undoubtly can be high and a nuisance (we expect)
Although I am from Puerto Rico where we have excellent and beautiful beaches second to none, I wanted to go to a beach in the Pacific Ocean, with calm waters, because never before I had been in the Pacific. To get to the beach you...More
I went with my girlfriend and we had such a wonderful time.... without getting into the beach... the shoreline its narrow.. to get into the park you have to walk for about 20 min to get there... so try to go with fresh clothes and...More
My husband and I along with our 7 yo son came to Manuel Antonio beach to play in the water and relax. It was the second time for my husband and I.
We first drove down to the park (passing a lot of parking heckelers...More
We have visited twice, the beach is the largiest in the area, No people at all as we believe September is no busy like the high season. Weather always good in the morning, afternoon raining. Good beach.
This was the first place I visited when coming to Costa Rica, and the last place I'll ever forget. Life changing views and incredible wildlife. This is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Costa Rica.
This beach is within the National Park.
Nice sandy beach with wildlife all around. Iguanas on the beach and sloths in trees immediately behind it.
Seems to be a safe beach to swim and popular with locals.
Changing rooms and toilets and a cafe nearby.
It is not difficult to get from any of the hotels to the beach on the bus or even walking. The nicer hotels are not right next to the beach. They are up the hill. We stayed at the Hotel Costa Verde which was wonderful... More
It is not difficult to get from any of the hotels to the beach on the bus or even walking. The nicer hotels are not right next to the beach. They are up the hill. We stayed at the Hotel Costa Verde which was wonderful. There are others. If you can find a map of the area with the hotels indicated try looking at the ones a few thousand feet up the hill.