Canopy San Lorenzo is for the nature lovers and thrill seekers. Soar high through the rain forest and witness the beautiful harmony of the jungle bio diversity and admire birds, monkeys, sloths and other small jungle animals. This is one adventure you will never forget. San Lorenzo canopy is located 80 km from San José.
Established in 1972 to preserve and protect the jungle and idyllic beach, the Manuel Antonio National Park is home to many endangered species. There are many tours to suit any interest, including guided hiking or monkey feeding. So abundant are the riches of the Central Pacific coast, that it is said explorer Ponce de Leon might have discovered the fabled fountain for which he had gone ashore.
The stunning Playa Espadilla is located on the grounds of the Arenas Del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort. With natural rock protecting the warm tide pools and tropical shore birds, it is quite a scene. A natural jungle surrounds Arenas Del Mar and touches the sand, offering natural shade. The beach is 2 kilometers long and connects to the National Park.
Calypso Cruises have been the number one tour in Costa Rica for nearly 40 years. Calypso's super catamaran, Manta Raya, passes through more than seven islands in the Gulf of Nicoya. Her port of call is the enchanting Tortuga Island, where you can walk the white sand beach, swim in the turquoise waters, and explore the marine life while the crew prepares a feast.
The Damas Estuary Boat Trip takes guests on a covered boat tour along the complex and beautiful estuaries and mangroves surrounding Damas Island. The boats are eco-friendly and designed for security and comfort, and a naturalist will describe a variety of biological relationships between many organisms in this delicate habitat. Expect to see animals such as white faced monkeys, herons, snakes, crocodiles, and iguanas.
The Barba Roja has long been one of the more popular restaurants in Manuel Antonio, all for its vibrant ambiance, brilliant location, as the food and service can be inconsistent. A creative fusion menu and sushi bar accompanies an interior of local hardwoods and bamboo.
Santana’s is a true Costa Rican dining experience, with a traditional "Tico" atmosphere serving traditional Costa Rican cuisine at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Santana’s is proud to be the designated restaurant in Quepos for Priss Tours and their customers from all over the World.
The Claro Que Seafood Grill & Wine Bar offers elegant dining from its Manuel Antonio location at Hotel Sí Como No overlooking the tropical forest and Pacific coastline. They serve the best in fresh seafood, all paired with expert fine wines and cocktail selections.
Quepos La Managua Airport is located approximately 5 km (3.1 miles) from Quepos. It services Nature Air and Sansa airlines, with flights to and from Palmar Sur, Puerto Jiménez, and San José. Taxis line up outside the terminal. The taxi ride from the airport into Quepos takes approximately 20 minutes. Most local hotels also provide free airport shuttle services to their guests. If you'd like to have your own transportation, you can rent a car on Orbitz.com.
There are two types of public buses, direct and collective. While the cost is the same, the direct bus goes straight from Quepos to Manuel Antonio and the collective stops along the way for pick up/drop off. Usually it leaves every 30 minutes, but after 5 or 6 pm it is once an hour. Tor get around you can also rent a car at Tricolore. www.tricolorcarrental.com