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This national park is one of the most beautiful places I've being in Costa Rica. Amazing bright sand beach, crystally clear water. But what is the most important is there were not many people and the trail along the beach is absolutely amazing. Snorkel to...More
Great day out with mixed activities. Snorkeling was good, but glad we weren't doing it in high season. Lots of different coral and fish.
On the walk back saw monkeys, sloths, insects, lizards and more.
One sad thing was a dead turtle. Killed by a...More
We had a gorgeous trip, the park is easily accessible with miles of pristine beaches and forest. Lots of places to picnic and view monkeys, sloths, snakes, raccoons, birds and all the wildlife Costa Rica has to offer. Entry is donation based so it’s budget...More
We walked the full walk but just as nice to take a short walk from Cahuita. We saw a lot of animals, birds and insects great for taking photos. The walk combined jungle and lovely beaches, so take your swimsuit for a dip in the...More
Free entry to the National Park but a donation helps with the upkeep. The beaches are exceptionally good but do take the Sendero path around the edge of the sea. Plenty of places to sit and admire the views. Keep a lookout for the birds...More
Cauhita National Park is a rain forest that meets the beach near Puerto Viejo. It is not crowded and you can get there either by walking in (there are two parking lots at eather end of the park) or by boat, after a snorkeling trip....More
A stroll along a path parallel to the beach. You may want to enter from “downtown” Cahuita, since this entrance is manages by the Municipality and especially for tourists is by far more cheaper than the other entrance, manages by the National Park Authority. Plenty...More
100% recommed a guide - you will see a lot more wildlife that way. I was put off initially but changed my mind - paid off in minutes when shown a venemous snake about 20cm long that we would never have spotted. Our guide... More
100% recommed a guide - you will see a lot more wildlife that way. I was put off initially but changed my mind - paid off in minutes when shown a venemous snake about 20cm long that we would never have spotted. Our guide, Timothy was great. Look up Jahriel's Ecotours Cahuita on facebook.
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I think Cahuita would get you in closer proximity to the rain forest and snorkeling. Use the Cahuita entrance to to park to see the most animals (and go early to get ahead of the cruise ship tours). The park opens at 8:00 am. More
I think Cahuita would get you in closer proximity to the rain forest and snorkeling. Use the Cahuita entrance to to park to see the most animals (and go early to get ahead of the cruise ship tours). The park opens at 8:00 am.