Costa Rica’s Parador Resort Offers “Eco-Friendly” Vacation Packages
Costa Rica’s Parador Resort & Spa is offering vacationers a six-night “Eco-Friendly” package featuring horseback riding, a mangrove boat excursion and walking tour of Manuel Antonio Park, plus an amenity-packed superior room. Rates for the package start at $283 per room, per night and apply to travel through Dec. 20, 2011.
Located in Punta Quepos, Parador Resort & Spa is minutes from Manuel Antonio Park, famous for its bio-diversity. The tropical forest features an array of wildlife including white-faced, howler, and squirrel monkeys; poison dart frogs; sloths; toucans; hawks; parrots;
owls; and eagles. Experienced bilingual guides lead guests through this diverse eco-system, and mangrove tours explore the swamps filled with crocodiles, boa constrictors and monkeys. Travelers can also ride horseback through the jungles and hills to nearby waterfalls or relax on the park’s silky stretch of beaches that border the lush jungle. For more information, visit www.hotelparador.com.
March 16, 2011 10:29 PM