The smallest national park in Costa Rica has something big to brag about: it was just named in the top 10 national parks in the world Forbes Magazine. Manuel Antonio is a pristine rainforest park and includes five secluded beaches. During a visit, you will see sloths, a variety of monkeys (watch out! They’ll steal your food!), toucans, intricate tropical flowers, the occassional boa lazily resting on a branch and a variety of colorful birds. The beaches are among the most beautiful in Central America and the water is warm and clear.
While studying Spanish at Intercultura, take advantage of our weekend trips to Manuel Antonio and other national parks.