we didn't realize it, but there are two entrances. one is donation only the other has a small fee. We walked all along the beach and saw very little. but then we found a wooden boardwalk thru the jungle. It was there that we saw the most wildlife. wish we had found that first. it was very cool to walk... 更多
We went mainly for the beach. There are lots of for hire guides at the entrance. Just go through the to the gate and register. If you really want a guided tour first take a stroll yourself and check things out. Then you can engage a guide if you are really keen. The beach is great. Much better than Playa... 更多
I was really looking forward to visiting this national park because of all the great reviews, but I was really disappointed. The park is nice, but it's not amazing. You basically walk 8km in a forest on the beach. I only saw 2 monkeys (very far) and some crabs. It was a rainy day, so maybe that's why I didn't... 更多
Lots of wildlife! Recommend hiking the whole trail and taking the bus back to Cahuita. Admission is by donation. We stayed in Cahuita and made frequent trips to the park for swimming and wildlife sightings. Lovely beaches. Snorkelling is only with a guide and only when the visibility is good.
While there are guides waiting at the entrance to take you through for $25.00 per person, one is not needed. I spotted several sloths, monkeys and vipers myself. Birds everywhere. The entrance fee to the park is by donation.