Private biological reserve and ecological resort. This is a 33 hectare farm owned and ran by an association of farmers (campesinos). Here, they have developed a private biological reserve catering to the eco-tourism and scientific community.
The farm is inside the Cerro Nara protected zone and features several spectacular waterfalls and lush primary and secondary forests. They provide a typical restaurant and several cabins. So you can stay in the reserve if you so desire.
From their 'mirador' you can see the famous beach of Manuel Antonio and the Quepos coast. You'll also have a chance at observing numerous species of birds and monkeys. Including the endangered Titi (Callicebus) monkey