The New Journey Information to Manuel Antonio + Quepos, Costa Rica

The New Travel Guide to Manuel Antonio + Quepos, Costa Rica

I am residing in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. Which is simply down the highway from Quepos, Costa Rica. And I’ve a variety of issues to show you guys about each these locations. So should you’re planning a go to, or excited about even shifting right here, you have come to the precise place.

You should do these Eight issues should you go to Quepos or Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica!

1. 0:38 – Go to Manuel Antonio Nationwide Park
2. 1:12 – Strive a Conventional Costa Rican Soda Restaurant
3. 2:09 – Go to La Marina (Marina Pez Vela, Quepos Costa Rica)
4. 3:12 – Stroll the Quepos Downtown Waterfront
5. 3:55 – Go to the Quepos Farmer’s Market
6. 5:47 – Strive Eating places in Manuel Antonio
7. 7:38 – Catch a Sundown
8. 8:18 – Go to the Seashores in Manuel Antonio

As all the time, I am Dan from The New Journey. Thanks for watching!

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30 thoughts on “The New Journey Information to Manuel Antonio + Quepos, Costa Rica

  1. The New Travel says:

    Hey all you New Travellers, this is one of my final videos in Costa Rica. After that I hit the road again and do some backpacking through central america. Thank you all for following the Costa Rica videos, it's been an unforgettable 3 months. I'll miss Manuel Antonio a lot! And all your support has been incredible…. Pura Vida! 🇨🇷

  2. innerfire81 says:

    I'm glad you addressed the tourists who like to complain about the $16 park entrance fee. You're exactly right. One would be hard-pressed to even find a zoo in the U.S. where one could get away with paying less than $16…and the wildlife isn't even in its natural habitat. I haven't been to Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio yet, but I'm very confident that when I finally make it there, I'll be amazed by all the wildlife and the beautiful beaches. And the fact that tourists have to pay more than Ticos? So what! The most popular national park in the country needs to generate adequate funds for maintenance and I'll be happy to pay that AND more for a local guide to both enrich my experience AND support the economía Costarricense!

  3. ZERO COOL says:

    I still can't believe you got all that fruit for $10 in America it's too expensive man I can't wait to go to Costa Rica this winter who knows I might buy a house on a beach somewhere

  4. Rob Gifford says:

    Thanks for vid. Please keep up with the prices. Most vids are 3 to 5 years old and don’t give pricing. Great help. Also talk about how bad insects are would help. Also rent where you go. So much more help for people wanting to go there. Thanks man

  5. Kai Tiura says:

    Have you been to Mar Luna restaurant? We had a great dinner there. My brother owns a house up at the top of the little road across the street. Infinity pool, totally private behind a gate with only a housekeeper’s home on the property. Can’t see any other houses from the property, but you overlook the palm plantation below and can see Manuel Antonio National Park and the ocean. Incredible sunsets, yes!!! Spent two weeks there on our honeymoon. Cafe Milagro was in Queens then… did they move? (Vid says it’s in Manuel Antonio…) We loved the area and can’t wait to go back!

  6. LonelyGirl Travels says:

    I love your videos! Very informative with real footage. A lot of travel videos these days seem too commercialized or seem too much into production quality rather than providing a real experience. Thanks for sharing your experiences!

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