You can walk the complete 16 km, but we decided to take a little 3 hour hike in this beautifull national park. We saw a sloth, yellow snakes, big spiders and a lot of colorful crabs. Definitely worth the visit.
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This park is lovely! My boyfriend and I took a guided tour of the park with Chris. Chris is an amazing tour guide and can spot animals hiding within the trees and leaves with his naked eye. While walking through the park we saw snakes,...More
Cahuita National park is just amazing. The trail along the beach and under beautiful trees is easy to walk through. There are lots of animals to watch, but you should do an early morning tour and if possible, with a guide. You won't regret! Not...More
Cahuita National Park is a real treasure. A flat easy to walk trail that is immersed in the forest and borders the beach. We saw a wide variety of wide-life just 100M inside the park: sloths, monkeys, toucans, iguanas, basilisk, howler monkeys, and so many...More
Free entrance to the park - which is rare in Costa Rica. Donations are greatly appreciated. The park is very nice, clean with beautiful beaches! We saw some sloths, birds etc. Very nice and we felt safe.
We stayed in Cahuita for a few days and the Park was only 2mins walk from our accommodation so we went everyday. Each time we saw a good range of wildlife including 2 & 3 toed sloths, howler monkeys, capuchins, raccoons, agoutis, a black hawk...More
We spent the day here. My 12yo daughter and I decided to go with a guide (Michael) on the tour of the jungle forest. My mom and 15yo were afraid of seeing snakes, so they made their way straight to the beautiful beach. Michael was...More
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
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