Good wildlife viewing. Flat easy trail. A guide is nice since they see things you might miss. Entrance is right in the heart of town.
Never thought that I can see so much in the park of this size. I recomend to enter the park from Cahuita where enter fee is high as you give. You walk nice clean white beach and then you walk in to the forest. I met there family of five racoons which just walk half a meter far of me,... More
ask for a guide! You will see everything differently! departure on a boat , extraordinary snorkeling on the caribean see and then hiking in the forest with all sorts of animals and particularly monkeys just do not forget to wear special shoes that you can walk in the water with don't stay barefoot.
Park is closed during high tide. You must sign in at the entrance, which can be hard to locate at first as it's just a small platform with a note book and a pen. Watch where you walk - red ants swarmed my feet while I was standing on the sand. It feels like a burning pain, and running doesn't... More
Did you know you can not only visit this park, but snorkel here? We booked a tour through Gecko to include two hours of snorkeling (a guide is required) followed by a two-hour hike through the park. Both were amazing! We saw lobsters, puffer fish and sea turtles during our snorkeling through the amazing coral reef. When we docked at... More
My beautiful wife and I recently honeymooned in Cahuita and let me tell you....the beauty of this park rivaled her. We ventured into it on a few occasions as it lines the white beach but our best experience was after snorkelling. After our time in the water, we were dropped off at the point which allowed for about a 2... More
It is a good thing we had a guided tour. Our guide had a knack for spotting the Sloth Monkey's. Also a bright yellow snake, various birds and other creature's. He also showed us where to eat a fabulous local lunch.
My Husband and I were visiting the sloth sanctuary and decided to check out this park to spend the afternoon at the beach. It was not crowded at all and the beach was very pretty. There was no charge for entering and we saw monkeys, racoons, and lots of birds while we were there. I would recommend checking out if... More
This park is a gem! Accessed it from the town of Cahuita. Beautiful setting … path winding through the forest, for much of its length only a narrow strip of trees and vegetation separating it from the beach. You hear the waves breaking as you walk. One or more caiman in the lagoon next to the park's entrance, hermit crabs,... More
It was my second time at the park, I came here 3 years ago, and it's always an amazing day there. We saw lots of monkeys, sloths, snakes, racoons, we sawm in the beautiful sea, the part feom the town of Cahuita to punta cahuita is great, and free! Which is even better. Only problem is the loud tourist sometimes,... More
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