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Cahuita National Park

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Cahuita National Park is in Costa Rica.

Understand[edit]

A coastal rainforest with plenty of monkeys, reptiles and birds, Cahuita National Park is a must see for any traveller in the area.

Landscape[edit]

Flora and fauna[edit]

Climate[edit]

Tropical Rainforest.

Get in[edit]

Buses from San Jose in Direction Puerto Viejo stop in Cahuita. From Limon there are buses until 6 pm.

Fees/Permits[edit]

Entrance into the national park is by donation. It is a great place, make a fair donation.

Get around[edit]

By foot. The park is not very big and can be circled within a few hours. There are several guides but rather to show nature attractions since there is only one very well marked trail.

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Coco´s Bar right in the center. Sunday- Karaoke night!

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Lodging[edit]

There are plenty of cabinas / rooms for rent etc. The Atlantida boasts a friendly staff and beautiful landscaping. Quaint, steps from the beach.

Camping[edit]

There is no official camping but it s allowed to camp on "Playa Negra" (Black Beach) for one night.

Backcountry[edit]

Yes!

Stay safe[edit]

Don't swim on beaches with red flags.

Get out[edit]

Before dark. You wouldn't want to be lost in the jungle at night. Don't forget, it gets dark early.




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