20 Awesome Wildlife Photos in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

By Jonathan Howe March 7th, 2015 Posted in Central America Travel Blog, Destination, Travel Blog, Travel Guides 46 Comments

Parque National Manuel Antonio, in Western Costa Rica is a 682 hectare piece of luscious, jungle paradise, packed with one of the most biodiverse natural habitats in the world; rain forest, a huge diversity of wildlife and spectacular coral reefs. Check this out and find out how fascinating the Wildlife in Costa Rica.

Today, we had a guided tour of one of the best areas of the park with an awesome wildlife guide, Danny Vasquez of Quepos Verde Aventura, a tour service owned by  Parador Resort and Spa – the top luxury hotel in the area – who showed us sloths, bats, monkeys, land crabs, lizards and raccoons, plus loads of incredible bird species only found in this area of jungle. If you’re looking for something a little more backpacker friendly, we recommend checking out Vista Serena; it’s just around the corner and has one of the best sunset views in town!

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Here’s some of Danny’s photography of the kind of wildlife this part of Costa Rica has to offer. I bet you will be packing your bags and your camera after seeing this! Visit Costa Rica now!







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Related Article: Looking for affordable accommodation? Check out our Ultimate List of Best Hostels in Costa Rica.

20 Awesome Wildlife Photos in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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46 thoughts on “20 Awesome Wildlife Photos in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

  1. I’m always fascinated with how patient photographers are just to be able to capture amazing shots like these! Stunning!

    1. Indeed Kati. That’s why Danny Vasquez deserves any kind of affirmation with these awesome wildlife photos at Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica. 🙂

    1. You will, Jean. Sure you can take awesome photos too at Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica. 😉

  2. I was in Costa Rica last year but did not see Manuel Antonio Park. I have to go back here and see these animals.

    1. You shoud! When do you plan to go back, Richard, and visit Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica?

    1. They are, Jenny. Those birds at Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica were just perfectly captured. 🙂

    1. Love the spirit, Victor. Sooner or later, you can visit Costa Rica too and enjoy the Manuel Antonio National Park.. 😉

    1. Haha. Great, Eunel! Better you can see them by yourself at Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.

    1. Why not, Marlo? excited to see your awesome photos from the Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica!

    1. Thank you, Amelia. Sure you will be amazed when you see them personally at Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.

    1. Certainly, Monica! The place has been utilised for the Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica as a home for these wildlife. 🙂

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Written by Jonathan Howe

Jon is the Old White Monkey. Born in the south of England, Jon spent much of his early childhood in Kenya and Malawi, before moving to the Lake District in North West England aged 13 where he acquired a northern accent and a love for lakes, mountains, waterfalls, black pudding and gravy! After 14 years of studying and working in various (very various!) jobs, he too felt the need to get out and see the rest of the world. He loves tropical beaches, surfing, hiking, the outdoors, yoga, adventure sports and motorbikes!

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