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TULEMAR - THE EXCLUSIVE RESORT IN MANUEL ANTONIO
Tulemar Resort is a full service resort set in the peaceful 33-acre gated and secure community in the heart of Manuel Antonio. This special property is nestled in a lush rainforest overlooking the beautiful Manuel Antonio coastline. Surrounded by nature, Tulemar Resort features incredible gardens, walking paths, thriving wildlife, and a beautiful sandy beach. At Tulemar Resort you will enjoy the luxury and privacy of your very own villa, along with the amenities of a high end resort, including concierge service, daily maid service, 4 swimming pools, beach bar, spa services, sunset bar and restaurant. We invite you to experience the most unforgettable vacation of your life!
Here you will see monkeys, sloths and exotic birds throughout the property and on our hiking trails. At the Tulemar Beach you’ll find warm, tropical waters with a sandy beach and lots of shady palm trees plus free lounge chairs, umbrellas, kayaks, boogie boards, towels and food/beverage service.
We are continually ranked as the top hotel property in Manuel Antonio based upon our service, our accommodations, the Tulemar Beach and all the wildlife. We are great for families, but we are also perfect (and popular) for couples!
Manuel Antonio National Park has impressive landscapes and several coves with many white-sand beaches and lush foliage amidst great mountains and forests that reach the beaches. Additionally, it is located in a tropical forest.
Although it is Costa Rica's smallest national park (3 sq mi), the diversity of wildlife is unequaled with 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds. Both brown-throated three-toed sloth and Hoffmann's two-toed sloth are a major feature, as are three of Costa Rica's four monkey species - the mantled howler monkey, Central American squirrel monkey, and Panamanian white-faced capuchin monkey. Black spiny-tailed iguana, green iguana, common basilisk, white-nosed coati and many snake and bat species are also common in the park. Included in the 184 bird species are toucans, woodpeckers, potoos, motmots, tanagers, parakeets and hawks. Dolphins can also be observed there, as well as the occasional migrating whale. Scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking provide opportunities to experience the tropical wildlife that enriches Manuel Antonio.
Manuel Antonio was previously Costa Rica's second most visited park behind the Poás Volcano National Park which lies very close to San José, the country's largest urban area. Due to recent eruptions, Poás Volcano is closed indefinitely, making Manuel Antonio the most visited national park in Costa Rica.
Manuel Antonio was listed by Forbes as among the world's 12 most beautiful national parks.