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Cahuita National Park is in Costa Rica.

UnderstandEdit

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

LandscapeEdit

Flora and faunaEdit

ClimateEdit

Tropical Rainforest.

Get inEdit

Buses from San José in Direction Puerto Viejo stop in Cahuita. From Limón there are buses until 18:00.

Fees and permitsEdit

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

Get aroundEdit

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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EatEdit

DrinkEdit

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

SleepEdit

LodgingEdit

There are plenty of cabinas and rooms for rent.

The Atlantida has friendly staff and beautiful landscaping. Quaint, steps from the beach.

CampingEdit

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

BackcountryEdit

Yes!

Stay safeEdit

Don't swim on beaches with red flags.

Go nextEdit

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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