Quepos is a district and the capital of Aguirre canton in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica.
The district has a population of about 22,000 people
The town is about 60 km. south from Costa Rica’s capital, San José, but is 157 km from that city by road if going through the localities of Atenas, Orotina and Tárcoles.
Quepos is the gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park.
The city is very tourism-oriented, having many bars and restaurants and a vivacious night-life.
The town is named for the native Quepo Indians who inhabited the place in the colonial era.
Quepos is well known thanks to being the gateway to a popular National Park and beaches in Costa Rica.
Several years ago the country’s park service imposed limits on the number of visitors to the park (600 per day, and it’s closed on Mondays).
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