Guided Walk at Manuel Antonio National Park and White Water Rafting

Day 1- Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is the place to be. Many people from around the world come to see the wildlife that lives here, this is one of the top destinations in Costa Rica. The park receives 300.000 visitors a year and is rated in the top 12 most beautiful national parks in the world. The park is the smallest in Costa Rica, but still quite a trek. With that said, bring sun protection, comfortable shoes and water.

The nice thing about the Manuel Antonio National Park is that one can connect with nature, while only miles from all essential necessities. This is sure to be an experience that transcends typical reality. The park is open from Tuesday to Sunday and costs $16 to enter. The best time to see the most animals is in the morning. Those looking to see the most wildlife should schedule a tour with a trained guide who will be able point the hidden animals. So much scenery goes past the untrained eye that choosing a guided tour is the most logical option.

There are four beaches within in the park limits and the water surrounding the park is perfect for swimming. Those looking to see the biodiversity that Costa Rica offers will be able to obtain a glimpse of it here. There are 109 species of mammals, including the three-toed sloth and 184 species of birds, including the toucan. Expect to see monkeys, lizards, and animals you have never even heard of.

Whitewater Rafting & Waterfalls

Day 2- The Savegre River

The Savegre river is one of the cleanest rivers and one with the most crystal-like waters in Central America; it is conveniently located in the Pacific coast and surrounded by both forests and beautiful African palm plantations. A white water rafting trip in the Savegre is one of the best experiences that you may enjoy during your vacation and it is recommended even for families and/or rafting beginners, as its waters are classified as types II and III, so it gives you the pleasure of a perfect combination of excitement and safety.


  1. Round trip transportation
  2. Entry Fee to the park $16 p/p
  3. Snacks
  4. Stop for swimming on the beach in the park
  5. Bilingual, certified and Naturalist guide
  6. Lunch
  7. Stop for swimming on the river

What to bring:

  1. Sneakers
  2. Easy drying clothes
  3. Strap for glasses
  4. Sunscreen
  5. Baiting Suit
  6. Towel
  7. A change of clothes