Lovely well maintained trail! I saw lots of animals in a short space of time!...dont waste your money for a guide in this park.
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About Cahuita National Park
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The Park is very well maintained and the beach is beautiful. There are a multitude of creatures in the park if you are just a little patient and wait, they turn up every day. There is no formal entrance fee, however, you must make a...More
A must see while visiting Cahuita. Very nice trails and gorgeous beaches. Saw lots of animals but no snakes.We didn't get a guide. If you want to get a guide, I have heard very good reviews on a gentleman named Peck. Beware of Racoons rifling...More
We absolutely loved this park, entrance fee is by donation and the park is better maintained than most other parks visited that charged a fee to enter. Beautiful beaches, many animals, the trail is easy to walk on and there are no hills. If you...More
It's a wonderful walk through majestic trees filled with monkeys along the ocean - what could possibly be better?! Plenty to see, not too long of a journey but ever so beautiful.
There are some beautiful walking tracks along the coast where you can easily see monkeys in the wild. Remember, they are wild moneys, so be careful, but if you cut open a coconut, they may take the coconut pieces from your hand.
Very nice. You go there by the local bus. It cost 1.5 dollar for one direction. In the entrance you need to pay a donation for the park. 2-5$ its fine. We saw a lot of animals. You dont need a tour guide there just...More
nature at it's best, white beach and possibility to snorkel. We saw lots of white face monkeys, howler monkeys, snakes, iguanas, toucans, etc.
This park has gorgeous white sand beaches, lots of picnic tables, and a very well kept walking trail. You can hire a nature guide at the entrance, but even without we saw many, many monkeys, sloths (including a mama with baby), native raccoons, nutria, lizards,...More