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Río Cedro

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    • Day 121

      Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

      April 20, 2023 in Costa Rica ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

      Manuel Antonio is home to one of the most visited national parks in Costa Rica. We spent four night here in a lovely nature resort. The resort was the best part of our stay. It had lots of trails in the backyard, home to iguanas, toucans and tiki monkeys. We were lucky to see all of these animals at the hotel. There are only around 1000 tiki monkeys left - I think we got to see around 20!

      During our time here, we also visited the national park. It was extremely hot and humid and rather busy. None the less, we still managed to see monkeys and sloths. The National park borders the beach, so after our hike we jumped into the water which was lovely and warm.

      The rest of our time at Manuel Antonio was spent around the pool and in our villa. Lucky for us, we were upgraded to a two bedroom apartment, which gave Alex the chance to do some cooking.
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