5 Adventures to Be Had in Cahuita

If you are a fan of light hiking along the beach and paths meandering along the coast or simply relaxing on a hammock by the beach, Cahuita may be what you need. The perfect place for that in Costa Rica is a beautiful reserve called Cahuita National Park. I mean what could be better than watching animals as you relax in the middle of the forest just steps away from the beach?

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In case you were wondering, this piece of heaven is located in the South Caribbean coast of the beautiful Costa Rica, in the Limón province. It was purchased by a former Costa Rican president and then donated to its residents. That is why Costa Ricans refer to it as the only national park of the country that truly belongs to the people.

This is a place filled with wildlife and one of the most common and almost guaranteed wildlife sightings in this place are: white-faced capuchin monkeys, Coatis, Sloths, Howler monkeys, Toucans, Sea turtles (keep in mind they only show up in the nesting season) and Macaws. So nature lovers this is you call!

Adventures to be Had in Cahuita:

Go on Hiking tours along the trails
Do some Snorkeling in the reef
Go Biking
Bird Watching
Sports fishing

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If you want to make the best out of your trip to Cahuita, Costa Rica coming between September and mid-November or between March and May are the best options. This way you will be able to enjoy things such as living coral reefs, abundant marine life, monkeys that hide among the trees, its white sanded beaches and its trails.

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