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This is by far one of the best parks that I’ve been to. It’s uniquely located right along the coastline and so there many unique vegetation and animals including monkeys, deer, lizards, birds, etc. that you will see or even interact with. Be carful with...More
The park is beautiful and well kept. It’s stroller friendly and we saw many monkeys, a sloth, deer, crabs, and a raccoon. Some foods are not allowed and they do check bags for those foods. Something we did not know was that if you pay...More
The beach is beautiful! The water is clear and the sand is soft.There is a narrow stretch of land separating MA beach on one side and Playa Espadilla Sur on the other side. One side has rough waves and the other side has calm waves....More
My wife and I stayed at a local hotel and spent time on the beaches. We are not beach people but loved these beaches. We were able to rent chairs and umbrella that saved us from sun burn. It was well worth the $10. The...More
Only visited once, at the end of the afternoon/early evening so can’t comment on how busy/noisy it gets. Long, narrow(ish) stretch of beach, curving gentle. A few large, rocky outcrops on the beach itself and small island just offshore. Sunset would have been good had...More
Highly reccomended info!
There are some bandits that will stand on the road and wave their hands and tell you to stop and be all over you that you need to have a guided tour! And also that it is not possible to go further,...More
Costa Ricans from the big city (San Jose) and tourists from around the world catch sun and waves together here. Parasailing, jet-skiing, roving beach vendors, and chair rentals abound. If you want a secluded, jungle beach this is not for you. If you want easy...More
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From the parking area to the beach area is mostly flat and wheel chair accessible. The last 50 yards or so has a side walkway that is a gradient going downwards, so it is easy to go down. But coming up that walkway would... More
From the parking area to the beach area is mostly flat and wheel chair accessible. The last 50 yards or so has a side walkway that is a gradient going downwards, so it is easy to go down. But coming up that walkway would require some effort and help because now you are going up. That is the only part that I feel might give some problems.
Hi Dawn: When we came here in Jan., we entered the Nat'l Park and walked to the beach which was at the end of the trail. There was no separate cost - just our fee to enter the park. We did talk to a couple we met along... More
Hi Dawn: When we came here in Jan., we entered the Nat'l Park and walked to the beach which was at the end of the trail. There was no separate cost - just our fee to enter the park. We did talk to a couple we met along the trail who said you could come by boat, but I don't have any details. Joan H
PS: Try to go early before the crowds on the trail, as well as, the beach.