Easy hike and the most amazing beaches, views, and animals. I recommend getting a local guide who are usually station at the park entrance and are certified by the Costa Rican Ministry of Tourism. They will help you see as many animals as possible. If you're looking for a long walk do the full trip around to Puerto Vargas. At... 更多
We were pretty tired of national parks by the time we got here, but it was nice that entry was by donation. We saw monkeys and a sloth as soon as we entered the park. The best beach in the area is at the park. Lots of restaurants at the entrance of the park and it was very close to... 更多
Entry is by 'donation' . Don't feel you HAVE to. There were lots of butterflies along the long path, also monkeys and sloths. Nice beaches with lots of shade. We enjoyed our afternoon there, walking along the path and discovering many small animals.
We went with a guide who could point out and identify the wildlife. We saw an eyelash viper, lots of sloths (both 2 toed and 3 toed), white faced monkey, and so many birds. The walk was easy and flat so my mother who has trouble with steps and hills went as well and really enjoyed it.
It is a beautiful small park where the green trees and the blue ocean meet. Easy walk. Many animals. We didn't took a tour guid and it was lovely way to spend few hours ( we visited it few time during our stay in this village). It was sad to see people feeding the animals with candy and chips... the... 更多
Spend the money on a guide. It's a beautiful walk through the park but the guides are trained to find wildlife that a visitor would not see. Our guide was very knowledgeable about plants and animals living in the park. Very nice beaches to stop for a refreshing swim.
Good introduction to Eco system on the Caribbean coast. Can walk the park alone, but suggest a guide who will see and point out things you'd never catch on your own. Tour guides are at the entrance to the park - very reasonable. Wear your bathing suit, you will want to cool off in the sea on a rest break.... 更多
Beautiful! Takes donations...so give as little or as much as you want. Remember the donations go towards keeping the park beautiful. We had seen sloths, huge lizard, many moneys, ants in a huge line formation taking leaves into their tree home. Gorgeous area...you will want to go more than once!!!
Parque Nacional Cahuita is one of the beautiful place of the world I think. The way near by the sea and the other side the forest. The guards are very nice and they very helpful if you have some questions. The flora and the fauna close to us.