Visit Manuel Antonio National Park

Breaking Abroad
Jul 22, 2018 · 1 min read

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Manuel Antonio is Costa Rica’s smallest National Park. Yet, the 3-square mile park is one of the country’s top tourist destinations. A mix of stunning landscapes and biodiverse wildlife make Manuel Antonio a truly special stretch of land. I’m not much of a “beach person.”

I usually prefer the company of mountains and snow to sun and sand. But one day in Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park was enough to change my mind.


Originally published at Breaking Abroad.

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Cameron Whitlock - I write about my misadventures at home and abroad. Follow me for honest tales, tips and guides to some of the most fantastic places on earth.

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