In Cahuita’s National Park Reserve there is a variety of wildlife. You can observe several species in the swamp forest. National Park measures 1067 hectares, including 240 hectares of reef that extend outward from Cahuita Point.

Approximately: 5hrs

Cahuita National Park Reserve

In Cahuita’s National Park Reserve there is a variety of wildlife frequently seen and several species in the swamp forest. This tour includes two stops: Cahuita and a Banana Plantation. You will travel in an air-conditioned bus along the coast for 1 hour as well as walk through the National Reserve led by a guide. You will be walking for approximately 30 minutes. Swim at one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful beaches.

Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica, is located at just 60 minutes from the Pier on the Caribbean side of the country. Cahuita, from the indigenous worlds kawe or mahogany and ta or point, was created in 1970 to protect the country’s largest coral reef.

One hundred twenty-three species of fish have been listed here, along with a variety of corals and other invertebrates. The park also protects the tropical moist forest, along with swamps forest and marshland. Cahuita is a perfect place for those who want to enjoy the sun, the sand and a beach in the Caribbean Sea.

Upon arrival to Cahuita Town, we will go to the park for a nature walk and enjoy the rich biodiversity of the area, along a flat and shady trail that runs along the shoreline. Monkeys, iguanas, birds, and many other species are very common to see during this tour.

Changing rooms, showers, and toilets are available at the entrance of the park.