What to do and see in San Antonio De Belen, Costa Rica: The Best Places and Tips

December 13, 2017 Etsuko Causey

Discover the best top things to do in San Antonio De Belen, Costa Rica including Erick Tours C R, Multiplaza, Finca Caballo Loco - Horse Tours Costa Rica, Bol Cariari, Yoga Massage Therapy, Refugio Herpetologico de Costa Rica, Zoo Ave, Cathedral, La Campestre Espanol, Krama.
Restaurants in San Antonio De Belen

1. Erick Tours C R

San Antonio De Belen, Costa Rica +506 8890 1218
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5 based on 15 reviews

Erick Tours C R

Erick Tours C R Provides Reliable , Affordable private transportation all over the country. We take you to your hotel as soon as you arrived! Enjoy the comfort of our Vans with your private driver, Full Insurance , Air Conditioned and Wi Fi inside , We invite you to visit Costa Rica , our amazing Beaches and volcanoes . Costa Rica is without a doubt an unforgettable experience. Pura Vida ...

Reviewed By asayloush - Newport Beach

Friendly, knowledgeable , reliable and above and beyond safe driver. I have used Eric shuttle service for ten years and became very close friend with Eric and his staff , I highly recommend him for your future visits to Costa Rica.
Dependability , reliability and customer satisfaction are his primary core values
Next time, you want to plan your Pura Vida trip or airport shuttle call Eric Lopez:
506-8890-1218

Pura Vida
Abbott Ayloush

Boulevard Camino Real | Off Autopista Prospero Fernandez Hwy, Escazu 10201, Costa Rica +506 2201 5050
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4 based on 324 reviews

Multiplaza

Reviewed By Paul H - Southampton, United Kingdom

We spend an hour there, just walking around, having lunch, and going to the supermarket. It was fairly big with a lot of USA branded shops. The food court was the same with one or two local outlets. The supermarket Auto Mercado was there too. We found things somewhat expensive especially the wines. There was a cinema there too. There were not that too many people there too.

3. Finca Caballo Loco - Horse Tours Costa Rica

Calle Finca Caballo Loco | El Rodeo, Ciudad Colon 10701, Costa Rica +506 7010 1771
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5 based on 155 reviews

Finca Caballo Loco - Horse Tours Costa Rica

"Ride with the Best" Perfect for families or single travelers and close to San Jose. Finca Caballo Loco will carefully choose a horse that suits your personal comfort level to ensure that you have a safe, fun and unique Costa Rica horse adventure. A variety of different trails cross pristine rivers and pass impressive Waterfalls while winding their way along scenic paths in the midst of the lush and majestic secondary forest. This unique Costa Rica horseback riding experience will take you along the edge of a spectacular canyon with panoramic 360° views of the El Rodeo Biological Corridor. Nature lovers will especially enjoy these relaxed and interesting tours that allow you to be at one with your horse while giving you the opportunity to appreciate the flora and fauna that Costa Rica is so proud to protect and share with its' guests. For those advanced equestrian's wanting more from their horse riding experience, there is also plenty of time to enjoy an invigorating canter through the beautiful rural countryside. The jungle setting is truly unique and "the Tree Top Terrace" offers a delicious snack after the ride. Reservations should be made in advance to guarantee availability on the day that you'd like to book your riding adventure.

Reviewed By Getbehead - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This tour was absolutely beautiful. I've been to several other horseback riding tours in the States, but this was something special. The path that we took was stunning through a little fields, a bunch of woods paths, and several streams/creeks. The owners take great care of the horses and their riders to make sure everyone is happy. After the ride, they even had time to sit down with us to share some drinks and fresh fruit and talk for a while. Such an amazing, peaceful farm. If we get back, I want to go with them on the intermediate ride, but my girlfriend thought the beginner ride was challenging enough so I guess it's a great ride for all different types of levels.

4. Bol Cariari

Residencial Real Cariari, San Antonio De Belen, Costa Rica +506 2239 2222
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5 based on 10 reviews

Bol Cariari

Reviewed By Pavones - Pavones, Costa Rica

Brand new beautiful facility. They have modern digital scoring which was great since, I had not bowled in 25 years and don't think I remember how to score. No smoking which, for me, is also great.

5. Yoga Massage Therapy

Avenida 1 | Hotel Milvia, San Pedro 11801, Costa Rica +506 8862 6498
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Yoga Massage Therapy

Through fine technique and special ingredients your body will be exfoliated, massaged, and stretched through an invigorating session. This massage contains all of the ancient oriental knowledge and will guide you into body awareness, detox, and deep relaxation.

Reviewed By TheIrishFella - dublin and all over

I was in need of a really good massage and I used trip advisor to make my decision for me. Nyree replied quickly to my query and we arranged an appointment. When I arrived I was given a three page questionnaire to fill out which gave me some reassurance that this was a good professional outfit.
I had a quick shower at the venue and then the massage began. I almost immediately felt completely safe as I was massaged and manipulated into various positions. Afterwards there was a nice warm ginger drink available and nyree kindly took the time to answer some of my questions.
This is a case of something being expensive for a very valid reason and is certainly worth more than any number of mediocre massages.

6. Refugio Herpetologico de Costa Rica

Alto de las Palomas | Carretera Vieja Santa Ana, Santa Ana 10901, Costa Rica
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4.5 based on 68 reviews

Refugio Herpetologico de Costa Rica

Reviewed By Jamie B - Jacksonville, Florida

Tour guide was amazing, he knew every animal's story about their injury and how they got to the refuge. The animals were amazing and this project sure could use more funding. We enjoyed every minute! There were only two of us and we were made to feel like they were expecting us and that they were there to answer our questions.

7. Zoo Ave

La Garita de Alajuela, Alajuela 20101, Costa Rica +506 2433 8989
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4.5 based on 630 reviews

Zoo Ave

While educating the public about local wildlife, this zoo also breeds endangered animals for eventual release to the wild.

Reviewed By mckeaniac - McKean, PA

Our visit to Zoo Ave began with an introductory film explaining the Mission of Central America's largest wildlife rescue center. The goals of the center are to rescue, rehabilitate, and reintegrate animals into their natural environment, as well as to breed endangered animals for release into the wild. The center receives about 2000 animals a year. About 2% of the animals remain in the zoo as permanent residents, the most famous of which is Grecia, a female toucan who was fitted with a prosthetic beak after an animal cruelty incident.
The park has beautiful botanical Gardens with more than 125 species of birds, reptiles, and mammals in natural enclosures. The park is completely accessible, has a small gift shop, and a restaurant on-site. As part of our tour, we enjoyed a delicious Costa Rican lunch buffet. This unique zoo park is well worth the visit!

C. Central, between Avdas. 1 and Central, Alajuela 20101, Costa Rica
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4.5 based on 131 reviews

Cathedral

This chuch's ornate red dome is the centerpiece of its town square.

Reviewed By Domer90mom - Minnesota

Nice exterior especially when lit up at night. Interior isn't too impressive. I really enjoyed sitting in the city square outside the Cathedral especially in the evening taking in the sights and sounds of the city. Interesting people watching.

9. La Campestre Espanol

Apartado: 521-4005 | 100 metros norte del Cementerio de la Rivera de San Antonio de Belen, San Antonio De Belen 40701, Costa Rica +506 2239 0827
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4 based on 10 reviews

La Campestre Espanol

Reviewed By SBE73 - Cartago, Costa Rica

This site offers a wonderful opportunity to relax and enjoy with the whole family. There are tennis courts, soccer fields, pools, mini golf and small huts in which you can have a wonderful time with friends or family. The place is well kept and the infrastructure remains in excellent conditions.

10. Krama

San Rafael de Escazu, Costa Rica +506 2215 3535
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5 based on 3 reviews

Krama

Krama Yoga is the perfect place to start your yoga training, with a step by step transformation, you will find a balance between your body, soul and mind. We have lessons for everyone, including yoga kids, prenatal, postnatal, hot yoga and more!

Reviewed By robert g - Los Angeles, California

I have been attending Krama Yoga studio for nearly four years. It offers many diverse classes, including vinyassa flow, hot yoga, children's yoga, senior yoga, and others at all levels. The instructors all speak English as well as Spanish, and are conscious of the needs of the individual yogini. I am 66 yrs. old, but attending their classes regularly, I feel 20 years younger! Thank you Esteban, Juanka, David, Ana Christina, Gustavo, Jose Maria, and all the wonderful instructors at Krama. When in Escazu, take a class, feel great! I highly recommend the studio for travelers who need to stretch and move! Namaste. Pura Vida!

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