Parque National Manuel Antonio

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Manuel Antonio Beach

Manuel Antonio Beach

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, is a dream land of beaches and rainforest. It is not too easily accessible and you can still find empty beaches, wild animals (such as monkeys, racoons, birds, lizards…) and a paradise of white sand and coconut trees. Definitely worth the bumpy ride!

I know it´s winter up North, but don´t be jealous…

Animals All Around

Animals All Around

Costa Rican Towels For Sale

Costa Rican Towels For Sale

Under The Palm Trees

Under The Palm Trees

Feet In The Sand

Feet In The Sand

Beach Discovered After A Hike

Beach Discovered After A Hike

Blue, Green And White

Blue, Green And White

Single Palm Tree

Single Palm Tree

Crabs, Rocks And Sand

Crabs, Rocks And Sand

So Green

So Green

Lazy On The Beach

Lazy On The Beach

Deserted Beach

Deserted Beach

Sunset On The Beach

Sunset On The Beach

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12 Comments

  1. Living in Norway, how can I not be jealous – well at least I kind of envy you 🙂 Looks terrific and exotic and relaxing – great pics – thanks for sharing!

    Wishing you A Wonderful Holiday Season 🙂

  2. @Agnes – I found too… for the first few minutes. After, I got used to it!

    @Linguist-in-Waiting – Snow? What snow? 😉

    @Bill Miller – Mmmm… not too familiar with Fahrenheit but I bet it´s coldish.

    @Khengsiong – It´s actually not that busy. We found that beach after a long hike, it also explains why…

    @Bluefish – After last year, I just could not take any more snow. I needed a break!

    @aline – I don´t know where they are! Saving money at home? Maybe an effect of the crisis??

    @kyh – I know! I just fell in love with that place…

    @RennyBA – There are quite a few backpackers from Norway and Sweden here, escaping the winter!

    @Celine – Oh, it´s just great to dip into clear waters after a long hike. Best way to cool down!

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