Manuel Antonio National Park Trekking Tours 2019/2020

1 Trekking Tours with 9 Reviews

  • Discover abundant wildlife – monkeys, sloths, birds and frogs are easy to spot! .
  • Visit the beaches and waterways of Tortuguero, an important nesting site for Green turtles.
  • Meet the residents of Costa Rica's famous Sloth Sanctuary.
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  • Starts San Jose, Costa Rica
  • Ends San Jose, Costa Rica

Costa Rica Adventure Family Holiday

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We travelled with children aged 11 and 14 and found ourselves in a lovely group of 4 families from across ...
  • Operator Exodus Travels Active 1 day ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking, Family & Explorer
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Boat, Bus & Flight
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Manuel Antonio National Park Tour Reviews

5.0 - Excellent Based on 9 customer reviews
Holiday of a lifetime Reviewed Tour: Costa Rica Adventure Family Holiday
5 - Excellent
“We had an absolutely wonderful holiday in Costa Rica with our 9 and 10 year old daughters. Stunning natural beauty, fascinating insights from our group leader, and exciting outdoor activities all contributed to our enjoyment.”
Family holiday in the rainforest Reviewed Tour: Costa Rica Adventure Family Holiday
5 - Excellent
“The holiday was superb. Lots of lovely animals to see and of great interest to both kids and adults alike. Our guide and driver Antonio and Theodore were superb. Antonio super knowledgeable and a top bloke. Company of the fellow travellers and kids also made the trip-superb bunch of people. Animals,scenery and wildlife was great to see. Kids are still talking about the things they have seen”
Adventures, Monkeys, Birds and Frogs Reviewed Tour: Costa Rica Adventure Family Holiday
5 - Excellent
“Travelling with young children for an adventure across central America may be considered as too much stress and anxiety for some or downright irresponsible by others. Our family holiday to Costa Rica could not be further from the truth. Travelling through the waterways of Tortuguero exploring extraordinary flora, spotting amazing spiders, astonishing birdlife and catching a glimpse of a caiman or crocodile the children could not have been more inspired. The excitement of being woken by a barking howler monkey troop, the fun had chasing off cheeky white-faced capuchin breakfast thieves or the thrill of the sight of smartly dressed anteaters, oddly shaped armadillos and raiding racoons before bedtime added to the magic. Adrenaline flowed through the entire family with grins as wide as the Panama canal white water rafting down the Sarapiqui river and zip-lining through the Monte Verde cloud forests. Night hikes opened a whole new world of weird nocturnal creepy crawlies, with strange headlight click beetles, striking venomous snakes, industrious leaf cutter ant colonies, poisonous dart frogs and glowing scorpion exoskeletons. Banana crossing! As we travelled through active volcanic landscapes, rested on idyllic beaches and explored tropical rainforest with new friends and families met on the trip the stories flowed, vocabulary grew and imaginations ran wild. Even the frequent pit stops for the obligatory small child toilet break were supplemented by encounters with giant iguanas, crocodile swamped river beds, cactus flower ice-cream, unspoilt natural views, delicious cakes and, of course, incredible coffee. Our energetic tour guide (Eddie) and reliable driver (Hernan) judged our group perfectly and were tuned in to exactly what we would appreciate when to make the most of our time in their country. At the end of adventure packed days and encounters with stunning wildlife the entire family cooled off in serene swimming pools or thermal hot spring bars and weary little heads slept comfortably dreaming of the next adventure. It seems no other tropical country has made such concerted effort to protect its natural environment and as Costa Rica’s tourists account for the largest sector of their national economy we have unprecedented power to protect this amazing country’s natural beauty and remarkable wildlife – spend wisely, avoid business that threaten their future and enjoy this enchanting, magical adventure!”
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