Check Out Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica with the Eco-Friendly Gaia HotelFebruary 16, 2010By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Eager to check out the howler monkeys, endangered squirrel monkeys, and sloths in Costa Rica's Manual Antonio National Park? Set on the Pacific coast, this park is world-famous for its natural beauty and great biodiversity- with over 346 species having been discovered here. The smallest of Costa Rica's national parks boasts two pristine sand beaches edged by tropical rainforest. You can even go snorkeling offshore. The place to stay is the Gaia Hotel and Reserve, the only 5-star boutique hotel in the vicinity, with an eco-friendly focus, to boot. Terraced suites and villas offer unrivaled views over the lush wild surroundings. And a spa, gym, and pool means blissful comfort onsite. But there's a slew of activities and tours available here-- from mangrove kayaking to surfing lessons to guided tours of the national park-- so you'll definitely want to get out and explore this incredible corner of the world.
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