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Visit Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica and sleep on the plane

In Costa Rica you’ll find an unforgettable experience awaiting you at Manuel Antonio, home to the world famous National Park that provides the locals and tourists with breath taking views and is home to many different species of wildlife. Here, you can take a walking tour and allow a guide to advise you how to spot the monkeys, a sloth or aqua life like crabs and turtles.

Manuel Antonio National Park Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Manuel Antonio National

Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica

The National Park is also home to four beautiful beaches where you can take a stroll and embrace the views and ambience, but they also let you  take a rest  and soak up the sun rays. Or why not try your hand at surfing or windsurfing in Lake Arenal where the waters are always balmy allowing wind speeds to enhance your experience.

If a more action packed holiday is your thing, enjoy the exciting practice of white water rafting or on the other hand just take a trip to the hot springs situated in the volcanic land where relaxation is definitely on the agenda. If you wanted to go one step further try a relaxing massage to let your tensions drift away.

Unusual accommodation in Manuel Antonio

Afraid of flying? Or maybe you can’t get enough of it! Either way, Costa Verde hotel , Manuel Antonio,Costa Rica offers an unusual yet luxurious accommodation for its visitors. Say Hello to the Boeing 727 fuselage suite:

Costa Verde Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Costa Verde

Compared to the other deluxe accommodations in Costa Rica the Boeing 727 allows you to experience your visit to Costa Rica in a stylish yet unusual way. The spectacular Boeing 727 fuselage suite includes a vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe. What’s so positive about being up so high? The stunning views of the Costa Rican beaches reminding you of the paradise you are staying in.

So how do you get to Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica for this fascinating experience?

Of course, you can fly to the capital of Costa Rica, San José as this will be very easy to travel from. Or some people decide to take city breaks in Mexico and decide to incorporate a short trip to Costa Rica into their holiday. It’s entirely up to you however, well worth investigating and well worth a visit!

Buen viaje!

Photo credits: Manuel Antonio National Park by Shared Interest, and Costa Verde by Mr Vincent Castello on  costaverde.com.

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Emma
    March 27, 2012 at 3:59 pm

    For some reason I find the idea of sleeping on that plane quite scary! The whole image reminds me a little of the tv series, Lost. Such an interesting idea though…

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      Heather
      March 28, 2012 at 9:06 pm

      @Emma – ooh I hadn’t thought of that – a bit quirky and a great view though

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    Costa Rica Villas
    January 24, 2014 at 10:35 pm

    One of the more innovative that has made the industry tourism in Costa Rica. A beautiful place where we can eat rich and spend pleasant moments. Manuel Antonio is one of the national parks most beautiful in the world.

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