Manuel Antonio Tours

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The Small city of Manuel Antonio is an ideal area to enjoy the outdoors, and see the unique flora and fauna of Costa Rica.



Costa Rica’s world-class Whitewater provides the perfect playground for exciting rafting adventures. Choose from three remote river sections of the varying class, depending on the season and water level. We use either 6-man U-paddle rafts in high water or 2-man inflatable kayaks at lower levels. All trips are guided by our experienced Whitewater professionals and include detailed safety briefings and paddling instruction. Each river offers a scenic tour of untouched primary rainforest and spectacular local wildlife.

Savegre River

This full-day adventure kicks off with a 4-wheel drive trip into the remote valley that is home to the Rio Savegre. Perfect for all experience levels, the river offers an exciting selection of class II, III, and IV rapids as well as pristine waterfalls, swimming holes, and a remarkable variety of birds including egrets, toucans, osprey, parrots, kingfishers, and cormorants. A “Tico” style lunch is hosted at the local small village.

Price: $90.00
Time: 7:00am – 6:00pm.
Participant Requirements: Good physical condition, must be over 10 years.
Bring River sandals or water shoes, a bathing suit, sun protection, a t-shirt, and a hat.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.

Naranjo River

A class III/IV half day challenge for more experienced paddlers, this river drops steeply from the mountains above Quepos, through a beautiful jungle gorge and takes you on a wild ride to sea level by farmlands and palm plantations. Water levels can rise quickly, increasing the difficulty of the rapids, so rafters should be physically fit and adventurous. Fruit snacks are provided during the adventure.

Price: $ 65.00
Time: 8:00am – 1:00pm and 1:30pm – 5:00pm.
Participant Requirements: Good physical condition, must be over 12 years.
Bring River sandals or water shoes, a bathing suit, sun protection, a t-shirt, and a hat.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.

Parrita River

Cascading down from the Bustamante Mountain Range, this is one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful waterways. As a class II/III river, it is ideal for families and beginners with a mix of exciting rapids and beautiful swimming holes. Lunch is served “Tico” style at a small riverside restaurant. This is the closest rafting river if you are staying in the Jaco or Los Suenos area.

Price: $ 85.00
Time: 8:00am – 4:30pm.
Participant Requirements: Good for the whole family, must be over 8 years.
Bring River sandals or water shoes, a bathing suit, sun protection, a t-shirt, and a hat.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.


The Pacific coastline of Manuel Antonio provides some of Costa Rica’s most commanding scenery, and a sea kayak is the perfect vantage point to explore its untouched beauty. Take it all in at your own pace as naturalist guides introduce you to the local wildlife and surrounding environment. Play in the ocean and waves on our Manuel Antonio tour or stay within the calm water inlets of Damas Island.

Manuel Antonio Coastal Paddle

This is a more challenging open ocean paddle along the rugged coastline from Quepos to the Manuel Antonio National Park. Paddle by islands that are nesting sites for unique coastal birdlife including boobies and frigatebirds, visit the secluded Biesanz Bay and surf kayak at Espadilla beach. A ‘Tico’ style lunch is hosted at the end of the tour, near the entrance to the national park.

Price: $ 65.00
Time: 8:00am – 12:00md and 1:00pm – 5:00pm.
Participant Requirements: Good physical condition, suitable for children.
Bring River sandals, bathing suit, sun protection, a t-shirt, and a hat.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.

Damas Kayak

Paddle the smooth, protected inland waterways and explore the unique ecosystem of an island mangrove. Abundant with wildlife, the Damas area also offers a swimming beach and a great seafood restaurant for lunch.

Price: $ 65.00
Time: Depends on tides, 5-6 hours.
Participant Requirements: Good physical condition, suitable for children.
Bring River sandals, bathing suit, sun protection, a t-shirt, and a hat.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.


Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is deservedly the most popular park in Costa Rica with beautiful white sand beaches surrounded by emerald waters and jungle.

Our naturalist guides will explain the history and geography of the area as well as help you get the most of your visit, pointing out sloths, monkeys, iguanas, and a multitude of insects and birds during this very informative three-hour walk.

Price: $ 37.00 includes entrance fee and snacks
Time: 7:30am – 12md.
Participant Requirements: Good for the whole family.
Bring Comfortable hiking shoes, bathing suit, and a camera.

Carara National Park

This 4700-hectare reserve is the northernmost tropical wet forest on the Pacific Coast and is accessible within a 90-minute drive from Quepos. Surrounded by agricultural land, it forms an oasis for wildlife from a large surrounding area. This tour offers a two and a half hour hike with a naturalist guide through the richly biodiverse reserve as well as a chance to see the extensive rice fields, African palm plantations, and local cattle ranching. In addition to the wildlife inside the sanctuary, large crocodiles can often be spotted in the Rio Tarcoles adjacent to the Park.

Price: $ 75.00 includes transportation, entrance fee, guide, snack and lunch
Time: 7am – 5pm.
Participant Requirements: Good physical condition, suitable for children.
Bring Comfortable walking shoes, mosquito repellent, hat, camera, and binoculars.
Some trips have a minimum participant number.


The port of Quepos is known as one of the top ten best fishing destinations in the world.
During the peak month from November through April it is not unlikely for anglers to release up to fifteen sailfish in a day. While you are out there, you also have a good chance of raising a Blue, Black, or Striped Marlin, as well as Dorado(Mahi Mahi), Yellowfin Tuna, and Wahoo. If inshore bottom fishing is your game, Quepos boasts a world record Snook, caught off of the mouth the Rio Naranjo, and is home to Dog Tooth Snapper, Grooper, and Jack Travoli to name a few. For those of you who enjoy big game fly fishing, various companies specialize in fly fishing for Sailfish, Marlin, and so on.

There are a wide variety of boats working the waters off Quepos and can find accommodating charters in just about every price range. Average rates are as follows.


Full-Day Inshore: $ 400.00 -$ 1000.00 per day.
Full-Day Offshore: $ 500.00 -$ 1200.00 per day.


Imagine cruising along the lush coastline of Costa Rica on a beautiful sailboat while sipping on fresh Pina Coladas or your favorite glass of wine. The sunset sail cruise is a daily 4-hour trek around the waters off the coast of Manuel Antonio and Quepos. Enjoy regular sightings of dolphin, sea turtles, migrating whales, flying fish, birds and a host of other species of wildlife, while marveling at the dazzling sunsets. Tours include a stop at a popular local spot for snorkeling, food, and drink.

Price: $ 69.00 per person.

If a relaxing sail is not enough action for you, try one of the amazing jet ski tours up the coastline. Each tour is personally guided by one of the local bi-lingual guides, and they will take you down the rich coasts of the area, stopping at secluded beaches and coves where you can take a dip.

Top of the personal line watercraft, combined with the fantastic wildlife and frequent visits from our marine friends like dolphins, whales, and turtles make for an adventure you won’t soon forget.


A wonderful horseback tour that will take you into the foothills of the Cerro Nara mountain range.

Located 30 minutes from Manuel Antonio, this tour offers you the opportunity to get in touch with the natural world as you watch exotic birds, butterflies, tropical plants, and wildlife, and take a swim in the Nara waterfalls and pools. The tour includes transportation, breakfast, and lunch.

Approximate length: Half and full-day trips available.

Recommended equipment: bathing suit, jeans, sunscreen, t-shirt, camera.

Prices: $ 45.00 per person for half-day – $ 55.00 per person for the full day.


Experience a once-in-a-lifetime experience as you are strapped into harness equipment and “fly” on zip lines from platform to platform in the jungle canopy.

This tour includes transportation from area hotels and is one of the country’s best canopy tours, boasting over 8 platforms and stunning jungle views.

Approximate length: 3 hours.

Recommended equipment: sunscreen, tennis or hiking shoes, camera.

Price: $ 55.00 per person.


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