Manuel Antonio or Samara?

Old Jun 27th, 2012, 08:47 AM
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Samara Samara !! Yeah , it is one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica
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Old Jun 27th, 2012, 11:00 AM
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Just don't stay at Hotel Las Brisas del Pacifico....it is the worst place I have ever stayed out in Costa Rica or anywhere else in the world for that matter!
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Old Jun 27th, 2012, 03:30 PM
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In Samara, we love Entre Dos Aguas. We keep going back.
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Old Jun 27th, 2012, 07:38 PM
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Ingy - thanks again for the tips on Dominical. Once again, everything you describe is exactly what we are looking for, so it sounds as though Dominical is a great choice! I saw the horseback rides to the waterfall mentioned in a couple of guidebooks, as well as Ballena Marine National Park. I'd really like to do the 1/2 day whale/dolphin tour from Uvita, and Hacienda Baru, and the waterfalls, and check out all the beautiful beaches....
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We have always rented a house. Get the rental car agency to pick you up at the airport; it's the worst to find your way around and worth it. We were 3 hours LOST and knew conversational language. English is our 2nd language, this is the worst airport.
Manuel Antino, has nice beaches; however I would recommend staying 20 kilometers south of Jaco; it's more central located for the coast. With your child - DO NOT STAY IN JACO; surrounding areas for a rental home, is beautiful. Get a rental car. Horseback riding, zip lining, butterfly garden, crocodile bridge at all within 1/2 hour from Jaco. Manual Antino is very tourtisty from someone who's lived the life of Costa Rica in a local village with locals, eating the local food. Manuel Antino is nice to visit, I wouldn't want to pay to stay there.
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Old Jun 29th, 2012, 08:01 AM
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Manuel is a really biological place, full national parks and reserves, flora and fauna at much. Check more info: http://www.manuelantoniopark.com/mapk/default.asp
Samara is a really nice place. check more information http://samarabeach.com/! I was in samara couple of years ago, It was really funny and nice. I close beaches I took some Surf Classes with Del Mar Surf Camp . Maybe you want to learn to surf.
well as a conclusion ,I think that Manuel antionio and Samara are beautiful places. one or other will be a nice experience.
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