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A combination of old forest,palm forest,beach almond and jungle undergrowth,this trail walk is a must do in this area. It can be combined with a boat snorkelling trip on the pristine reefs but we just did the hike. The trail is relatively flat the whole...More
We entered the park via the northern entrance which is in the town of Cahuita. There is no entrance fee but you do have to pass through a ranger station, sign the register and a donation is requested.
In the park, we saw a sloth,...More
This is a very nice National Park. Trails are well- kept and clean. We only did 1 trail- it ran parallel to the ocean. The trail was easy- good for kids. Along the way we saw several eyelash vipers, a sloth, 2 raccoons, a pelican,...More
We ventured to the park guideless and stared from the town of Cahuita. On our own we were able to spot sloths, monkeys, spiders, squirrels and a snake but it took going slow. Great beaches and beach access off of the trail, only regret was...More
We entered as part of a tour.
We walked slowly for 30 minutes away from entry and then retraced the same route out.
Toilets and showers as you enter are basic but work.
We walked slowly and saw, sloths, monkeys, hummingbird and raccoon. We got...More
This is a beautiful national park running alongside an amazing stretch of sandy beach. We visited with a guide from Cahuita Tours in a very small group. His knowledge of the park and it's inhabitants was excellent and we spotted so many creatures - Sloths;...More
We had a great tour to the park, however, our guide was a bit on the negative side. He was highly critical of the other sights we’d visited and contradicting in many of his statements. Overall, the park was great, but we could have done...More
there are two main entrances, one called Punta Arenas on the main road, the other one downtown Cahuita. First day we entered through downtown, they said it is donations only but you are expected to pay $5/person. You can walk on the beach or on...More
100% recommed a guide - you will see a lot more wildlife that way. I was put off initially but changed my mind - paid off in minutes when shown a venemous snake about 20cm long that we would never have spotted. Our guide... More
100% recommed a guide - you will see a lot more wildlife that way. I was put off initially but changed my mind - paid off in minutes when shown a venemous snake about 20cm long that we would never have spotted. Our guide, Timothy was great. Look up Jahriel's Ecotours Cahuita on facebook.
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I think Cahuita would get you in closer proximity to the rain forest and snorkeling. Use the Cahuita entrance to to park to see the most animals (and go early to get ahead of the cruise ship tours). The park opens at 8:00 am. More
I think Cahuita would get you in closer proximity to the rain forest and snorkeling. Use the Cahuita entrance to to park to see the most animals (and go early to get ahead of the cruise ship tours). The park opens at 8:00 am.