Sit back and relax as your captain navigates the coastal waters near the Manuel Antonio National park. Departing from Quepos you and your guide will cruise around the back side of the Manuel Antonio National park and along the coast to view wildlife, beautiful coastline and aviary nesting grounds. During your cruise you have a chance to see marine life such as dolphins and whales. Half way through your tour, you still stop at Bisanz beach for a chance to snorkel. While snorkeling keep your eyes peeled for parrotfish, starfish and angelfish. On your way back to Quepos, enjoy a BBQ meal prepared by the staff. This tour is a unique way to explore the waters near the famed Manuel Antonio National Park.
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1 Dinner, 1 Snacks
One meal - Lunch or dinner depending on embarkation time
Accommodations as listed
Meals as listed
Ground transportation as listed
Professional, bilingual guide service as listed
Excursions and activities as listed
Flight costs (please request a quote)
Additional excursions during free time
Local guides full-day tours: $5-$10 per traveler per day
Local guides 1/2-day tours: $5 per traveler per day
River guides: $5 per traveler per day
Support staff: $2-3 per traveler per day
Drivers: $5 per traveler per day
Taxi drivers do not expect tips for their normal services
Baggage Handlers: $1 per bag
Hotel hospitality (maid service): $1-$1 per traveler per night
Restaurants: Most restaurants include in their bill a 10% service charge, as well as a 13% sales tax. If the service charge has been added, no additional tip is necessary; however, the wait staff is happy if the amount is rounded up.
USD and major credit cards are commonly used in Costa Rica, and it is very common to see higher cost items priced in USD. It is recommended to carry cash (NEW $20 bills or smaller ONLY) for taxis and restaurants. Most hotels and restaurants will accept major credit cards, as well.
Colones are the official Costa Rican currency. It is common to receive change in colones if you pay for something in USD cash. Smaller cost items (sodas, metered taxis, etc.) will commonly be priced in colones.
Beyond expectations! Then again we weren't sure what to expect. Lovely stay at the lodge, met other like-minded travelers (many had their trips planned by Adventure Life) and the owner was a gracious hostess. It felt like you were one happy family, visiting with a favorite aunt.
When to Go
Good to ideal period to travel, and many people choose to visit at this time.
Chance for unpredictable weather but with fewer visitors.