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The hotel location will help you to connect within yourself. The yoga instructors will provide you with the tools to achieve your main purpose. You will be surrounded by nature and close enough to the Manual Antonio beach, one of the most famous beaches in Costa Rica. You will be staying in an eco natural resort and you will be surrounded by a unique atmosphere of wellness and peace.
There are three different room to choose from: standard, deluxe, and honeymoon rooms. The standard room can accommodate a maximum of four persons with two queen sized beds. The deluxe room and honeymoon can accommodate a maximum of two persons with a king sized bed.
You will be able to choose three eco adventure tours out of six options:
Here you will take a comfortable hike with a certified guide, trained in education, and the exploration of the bio-diversity consisting of a lush tropical forest preserved for over 40 years. This will include: transportation, certified nature guide, snacks, and entrance ticket.
Iguana Tours invites all friends and visitors to enjoy an outstanding naturalist tour with amazing views of the Manuel Antonio National Park on board of the catamaran. Choose between the morning and afternoon tour. This tour includes: round trip transportation, certified naturalist guide, snorkeling equipment, diving area, water slide, mini show of live music, lunch on board, and cocktails with Costa Rican liquor.
This adventurous, family-friendly, full-day trip is a unique white water river rafting adventure with lots of “perks”. Of course you can expect, as the Manuel Antonio specialist that the world-class, internationally-trained, bilingual guides, and safety kayakers will expertly guide and teach you how to navigate through this exciting river experience. This your will include: round trip transportation, breakfast and lunch, bilingual guides, safety kayakers, all equipment needed, security, fruits, and juice.
Instead of enjoying one of the most popular tours in a high-tech, ultra-quiet estuary boat on the Mangrove Boat Tour, why not experience the Damas Island Estuary and Mangrove ecosystem first hand in an open-seat kayak? Spend a few luxuriously indulgent hours paddling with the currents as your highly trained, bilingual naturalist guides reveal the protected inland waterways of the Damas Estuary and mangrove habitat. This tour includes: round trip transportation, bilingual, and naturalists guides, kayaks and all equipment needed, security, a great meal, fruits, and juice. There will be single or double open-seat kayaks available.
Let Don Gilberto and his family show you the real Costa Rica on horseback. Once they pick you up, the adventure in history and nature begins starting with the Quepos Indians and leads you through the changes of Manuel Antonio today, which includes Iguana Tours. Enjoy learning about Costa Rica’s exotic plants and rare wildlife as you ride through the tropical jungle and private ecological reserve at Tocori, just minutes away from Manuel Antonio. This tour will include: round trip transportation, bilingual and naturalists guides, all equipment needed, a delicious lunch or dinner, fruits, and juice.
You’ve heard about Canopy Tours before, yet now you can experience the Iguana Tours' difference with the Manuel Antonio specialist, day or night. The ecologically and educationally focused canopy experience is geared towards a mix of adventure, nature, and safety. Excellent for individuals, families, and children six years old and over, or large groups, people of all ages will enjoy this adventure tour because of its variety, options, and bio-diversity. This tour has certain requirements of the child being at least six years old and have an adventurous spirit, wear comfortable clothing, bug repellent, and camera. This tour will include: round trip transportation, bilingual and naturalists guides, all equipment needed, great snacks, and refreshments.
This retreat will take place at Pacific Paradise Resort in Quepos, Costa Rica. The amazing location is minutes from both the airport and the countries most beautiful beaches, Manuel Antonio. Go for a walk on the nature reserve, which contains many trails for hiking. See amazing wildlife from your room including monkeys, toucans, and many other species.
Quepos is a gateway to the Manuel Antonio National Park. There are numerous bars and restaurants in the city and a vivacious nightlife. Located less than 100 miles from San Jose, on the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, are the very popular towns of Manuel Antonio and Quepos.
Manuel Antonio National Park, in Spanish the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio, is a small national park in the central Pacific conservation area located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, just south of the city of Quepos, Puntarenas, and 132 km from the national capital of San Jose. Established in 1972 with an area enumerating 4,014 acres (16.24 km²) (the smallest of any Costa Rican national park), it is the destination of as many as 150,000 visitors annually and well-known for its beautiful beaches and hiking trails. It is famous as well for being a very gay-friendly and oriented area as well.
Four beaches are contained within the limits of the park: Manuel Antonio, Espadilla Sur, Escondido, and Playita. With their large light sand berms, it is easy to see why they attract beach goers of all ages. The first is separated from the second by a “tombolo”, or natural land bridge formed by sand accumulations. Visitors may enjoy a roughly hour-long hike from Espadilla to the top of Punta Catedral (100 m). Both Manuel Antonio and Espadilla Sur contain tidal pools and offer the possibility of snorkeling. There are good chances that while hiking you will see monkeys and other animals, but please do not feed the animals, especially the monkeys, as there have been problems with this in the past.
There are no lifeguards and precaution must be taken, as riptides occur. Similarly, tourists are ordered to vacate the park before 16:00 every day, on the basis that the incoming tide cuts off the park’s exit and allows the entry of crocodiles into the area.
Although Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica’s smallest national park, the breath taking beauty and diversity of wildlife in its 6.83 km² is unequaled. The are 109 species of mammals and 184 of birds present in the park. Both three-toed and two-toed sloths (perezosos) are a major feature, as are the mantled howler monkey, central american squirrel monkey, and white-headed capuchin monkey (feeding them is strictly prohibited). Spiny-tailed iguanas, green iguanas, basilisks, coatis and many snake and bat species are also common in the park.
Dolphins can be observed there, as well as the occasional migrating whale. Scuba diving, snorkeling, sea kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking provide great opportunities to experience the tropical wildlife that enriches Manuel Antonio, arguably one of the country’s most beautiful and protected costal areas.
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In each meal, you will be able to have three different options. For breakfast, you have the choices of cereal with yogurt / tea, coffee, or orange juice; pinto with egg and toast / bread tea, coffee, or orange juice; or toasted bread, eggs and cheese / tea, coffee, or orange juice.
For lunch, you will have steamed vegetables with grilled chicken or fish; mixed salad with bread and cheese; or vegetarian spaghetti with salad. For the lunch options, it will be paired with natural soda.
For coffee break, you will have sweet and savory / tea biscuits, coffee, or natural drinks.
For dinner, you will have the options of vegetarian rice and salad; fish fillet with mashed potatoes and vegetables; or chicken in white sauce with mushrooms and salad. These meals will be served with natural drinks.
Before sleeping, you will have the choice of fresh water with milk or milk chocolate.