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Cahuita National Park

#1 of 10 things to do in Cahuita Features Animals
At the Far End of Main Street, Cahuita, Costa Rica
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This coastal park contains white sandy beaches and coral reefs.
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“national park” (109 reviews)
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At the Far End of Main Street, Cahuita, Costa Rica
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wow this place is so awesome. I was in Cahuita for about five days and was able to venture into the park a few times. On my third trip I did the full trail and took the us back into town. It's a donation based...More

Thank shaner210
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We've been to Monteverde, Manual Antonio previously and the Cahuita national park trumps them both! We say so many animals including the yellow eyelash viper. We didn't do a tour we just packed some water and snacks and spent most of the afternoon there. The...More

Thank Olivia N
Reviewed 3 days ago

I visited Cahuita National Park last September while I was staying in Cahuita. The trail is very cool and lets you see both jungle and coastline! One thing to note is that the trail does not loop around, so be prepared to walk the trail...More

Thank mtrotter
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am not big fan of too touristy places and Cahuita can be at times very busy. But it is still a nice place and you shouldn't skip this place if you are in the area. If you come early enough (it opens at 6am...More

Thank Jan_melis
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Hi guys, We saw and heard a dispute between 2 groups of howler monkeys. Impressive noise. We also saw the eyelash viper. And a lot of birds. No white faced monkeys this time. But the leaf cutting ants. The beach is beautiful. The entrance fee...More

Thank schliek
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We always recommend using a guide when you first arrive somewhere, whether it's a city or a natural attraction. They can show you some basics & then it's easier to find things yourself. Genry was our guide & he was fabulous...Playa Negra B&B booked him...More

Thank LookingForFamilyFun
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Our tour guide Tito had a telescope type device to zoom in on animals either dangerous or far away. Told us safety tips and helped take photos when around dangerous animals. Very helpful and worth the money. Other tourists we passed or passed us wished...More

Thank Emily H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If there's only one place you must visit in Costa Rica... this is it !! No need for a guide, you'll see monkeys, butterflys, sloths and many other wildlife without effort. And there's one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, so you should visit...More

Thank Christian O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was definitely a must-do attraction and I loved every moment of it! We walked the entire length and admired the gorgeous trees and wildlife. Stopped midway at the Punta to bathe and relax in the sun. Met some monkey's along the way. I couldn't...More

Thank Sonia H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We had a very nice walk. We did the whole distance (9km) in about two hours with our 4 year old son. We saw monkeys, squirrels, sloths and agutis. Of course it was quite hot so it was important to have enough water with us....More

Thank matthiask0ller
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FyshyD
I have my baby daughter who weighs about 10k, is it easy enough a walk to take her in the baby carrier & carry a small backpack?
9 March 2017|
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Response from Ms A | Reviewed this property |
It's a really easy trail. How far you get is all dependent on how long you can carry her.
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FyshyD
I have my baby daughter who weighs about 10k, is it easy enough a walk to take her in the baby carrier & carry a small backpack?
9 March 2017|
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Response from Compo-in-Caithness | Reviewed this property |
All the way along the trail you can access the beach, so it is easy to take a break if you get tired. There are shelters at intervals along the first part of the trail so you can sit in shade if you wish.
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Adélaïde S
Hi everyone I'm actually in Puerto limon and plan to go to cahuita national park tomorrow, there is a bus to go there ? And Is it easy to see sloths ? Thanks !!
18 February 2017|
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Response from Rachel C | Reviewed this property |
Get on the mepa bus from PL to Cahuita. Very easy 10 minute walk from bus mall to the entrance of the park, where local vendors sell fresh coconut with potassium rich juice. There are usually some sloths that live in the... More
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