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Gandoca - Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge

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Reviewed 3 September 2016

My parents and I were visiting Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge this August when we were robbed at gunpoint by two masked young men. They pushed us on the ground and threatened us with a gun and knife. They took most of our belongings (camera, reading glasses,...More

14  Thank koolmeesje30
Reviewed 7 April 2016

My wife and I had an excellent day hiking through G-M Refuge. It's right next to the town of Manzanillo. There is a small fee to enter the refuge. I can't remember exactly, but it's no more than a couple of dollars. Our time was...More

3  Thank Oshkosh7
Reviewed 29 March 2016

Abel is extremely knowledgeable about the area and wildlife, and shares what he knows with enthusiasm and humor. He books only one group a day, so you are never watching the time. You go at your own pace and see all there is to see....More

2  Thank KatzPA
Reviewed 10 March 2016

the community is very well organized, they built a small bridge it makes it easier for people to get to Miss May Point. Beautiful and relaxing view, beach is great clean and not crowded.

Thank Naomi V
Reviewed 22 January 2016

ive been to 54 countries all over the world and most of the top islands, this is the best experience, according to my family member and friends and a lot of travellers

1  Thank venetia919
Reviewed 7 January 2016

Beautiful nature preserve and beaches. The area is a nice bike ride from PV. Very local feeling. A few restaurants/bars and nice stretches of beach.

Thank Mary H
Reviewed 1 January 2016

Boat ride was an experienced driver that navigated the waves perfectly while providing ultimate enjoyment through safety, organic food at Punta Mona, and pure enjoyment riding the waves off the Caribbean Coast.

Thank yomamasanangel
Reviewed 6 December 2015 via mobile

We had a fabulous guide Abel he made this perfect we saw so much wildlife snakes, sloth, frogs, spiders, ants he was great fun and I would highly recommend a trip with him we booked through Caribbean tours opposite our hotel they were extremely helpful...More

1  Thank rosie M
Reviewed 7 October 2015

If you're staying in Puerto Viejo go directly to Manzanillo and find a guide there, there are plenty, the same that you got with agencies...but you save money! Abel was an awesome guide, ask for him and you won't regret it!!! This park was one...More

1  Thank Brixx84
Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

Gandoca, Manzanillo it's an amazing place, the beach is incredible very safe for children's and if you like to snorkel it's a very nice place to swim around the reef, definitely if you are planning to visit Costa Rica you MUST come to the Caribbean...More

2  Thank David P
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