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Manuel Antonio Holidays

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The gateway to the national park of the same name, and a gorgeous stretch of Pacific coastline, Manual Antonio is a small but vibrant oceanfront town. Tucked in amongst some wonderfully diverse nature, the town has some lovely beaches that are perfect for relaxing on and is also a good spot for surfing and strolling along the seafront. Keep an eye out for the monkeys that sometimes descend from the treetops to frolic on the beach.

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