Manuel Antonio National Park - Iguana Tours







The guides at Iguana Tours are well-trained and educated Costa Ricans who specialize as naturalist experts.

They customize your tour according to your group's particular interests and abilities to maximize the enjoyment of your wildlife nature adventure.

Watch sloths and numerous species of monkeys travel through the tree canopy, hunt for nocturnal silky anteaters and several types of monkeys or iguanas resting in the tropical rain forest, and listen to the songs of the various birds as they glide above your group, curiously looking for adventure.

And if you are lucky, you might spot one of the only 1,000 remaining endangered Mono Titi or squirrel monkeys, who live in only one location in the world, in our Manuel Antonio National Park biological corridor.

The walk and hike lasts around 2.5 hours with a break for refreshments and some fresh fruits.

You are free to continue hiking on your own when the tour ends, giving you a chance to get off the beaten paths and into more secluded parts of the park. Likewise you're free to enjoy the more secluded beaches and even do some snorkeling, if you like.

You'll also learn some Quepoa Indian history from Costa Rica's past centuries with an emphasis on how to continue preserving this special, unique eco-system well into the future.


Price: $48/person

ManuelAntonioOnline Discount Price - $38/person


Time: 7:00am or 1:00pm

Requirements: Easy walk or hike, depending upon your abilities and self-paced tour. Bring water, a camera, sunscreen, bug spray, and your binoculars while you hike in the Park, and if you so desire bring your bathing suit and towel for a relaxing afternoon at the beach after your hike and guided adventure.

Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides and certified naturalists, entrance fee, snacks and refreshments after the tour right near the beach.


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