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Quepos, Costa Rica


Manuel Antonio National Park

Introduction

Quepos is a very small town on the west coast of Costa Rica. Cruise ships stop here since it is close to Manuel Antonio National Park, one of Costa Rica's most popular national parks and a popular backpacker destination.

Where You're Docked

Cruise ships anchor and tender to the marina. It is 1/4 mile walk into town.


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Money and Tipping

Costa Rica's currency is the Colon (CRC). US dollars are widely accepted. Restaurants add 10% to the bill so tipping is not required. Tourists tend to tip a bit extra. Taxi drivers may expect small tips from tourists.

Local Transportation

Buses run every half hour from Quepos main bus terminal to Manuel Antonio National Park three miles away. Fare is 200 colon one way. Buses may take USD. A taxi will cost approximately $10 USD.

Hotels

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Sights

Manuel Antonio National Park - Known for beautiful beaches and abundant wildlife including monkeys. $10 USD entry fee. Closed Mondays. The main beach is outside the national park.

Shopping & Restaurants

There is a small market and restaurants by the bus station in Quepos and many restaurants in Manuel Antonio. A Saturday morning produce market sets up along the beach in Puerto Quepos.

Maps (right-click to save)


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Map with hiking trails marked here http://costa-rica-guide.com/Natural/ManuelAntonio.pdf

Weather

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