We will make your stay in Manuel Antonio the best and most memorable experience.The area has a variety of entertainment to offer and there is no doubt that there are activities for everyone, i.e.:
Manuel Antonio National Park
Explore the National Park with a local guide, who will guide you to see the wide variety of local species.
Your choice of two dolphin & sunset catamaran cruises.
Enjoy the coastline tour. Snorkel in Biesanz Bay. Check out the wonders of the ocean like sea turtles, bobbies and frigates as well as dolphins. On season whale watching is also available. Starting at the Quepos Marina, only 10 minutes from the Hotel Karahé.
Try some surf or boogie board lessons at Manuel Antonio Beach.
Quepos is world famous for off-shore bill fishing with many record sail fish, marlin, snapper and tuna caught in local waters. Enjoy a full-day or half-day fishing in-shore or off-shore. There are many different sized sport fishing boats: from 26 foot outboards to 45 foot twin diesels.
CanopyZip Line Tours
Gliding from platform to platform, secured by your harness, enjoy flying through our local jungle canopies. In the Manuel Antonio area we have five very different zip line tours to choose from.
One fall is 150 feet and another is 175 feet high. Enjoy a typical Costa Rican lunch overlooking the swinging bridge and canyon waterfall. The canyoning tour is for anyone in moderate physical condition. Kid friendly, no experience necessary. Guides are safety conscience and professionally trained to help curb your fears.
Explore idyllic jungles, river and waterfalls by horseback on full-day or half-day tours of the nearby mountains. Includes: experienced guide, breakfast and typical lunch, transportation, and healthy strong horses.
A full day of fun, great scenery and birding. Challenge nearby, pristine Savegre River with a experienced rafting company. The half-day tour is on the Naranjo River, through adjacent ranches and palm oil plantation.
The ATV tour is an unforgettable half-day excursion. Combining the thrill of 4-wheeling while allowing you to get in touch with the region’s natural beauty. You will start your adventure in Quepos along dirt roads through palm oil plantations and typical Costa Rican farming towns, while along the way discovering waterfalls and natural springs.
Kayak the protected mangrove waterways of the Isla Damas Estuary with a guide to show you all the wildlife… or challenge yourself to a more rugged workout on the coastline between Quepos and Manuel Antonio, with some waves and surf.