Casa Marcellino

Address: Cahuita Playa Negra, Limon Costa Rica, Cahuita, Province of Limon, 70403, Costa Rica | Campground
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This campground, located on Cahuita Playa Negra, Limon Costa Rica, Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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          • Beach


          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Microwave in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Airport Transportation
          • Concierge desk
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Marcellino Cahuita

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          Travel Blogs from Cahuita

          To the Caribbean: toucans and howler monkeys

          A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 31, 2015

          20 photos

          ... be seen, so it's unclear whether the toucan was successful or just too early.

          We spend the rest of the day walking into greater downtown Cahuita, a rather dusty village of about 8,000 souls (just a few paved roads) to check out the local shops and find what turned out to be the ONLY artisanal beer in the whole town. Literally, there only one bottle, so Craig had to share with Phyllis. Not good business foresight with a big ...

          Cahuita National Park Bird Watching & Ocean Swim

          A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 18, 2015

          29 photos

          ... raining slightly, so we took our raincoats with us. Although by the time we got back, I realized that my raincoat was worthless. It’s about 5 years old and is no longer completely waterproof. Because I was wet underneath after we were done.

          The bird walk was pretty cool. Although the first thing we saw was a mammal. And it was in the garden at the Inn. It was a large rodent called an agouti. Kind of like a small Capybara if you’ve ever seen those in ...

          Toucan Rescue Ranch

          A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 17, 2015

          33 photos

          ... grown by 12%.

          When we got close to the Caribbean coastline, we passed through the town of Limon (lee-MONE). It is the primary port of Costa Rica, and we saw many, many container boxes stacked up right beside the road. It felt like we were driving right through the Port of Seattle.

          Rayner told us that Limon is the most diverse region in Costa Rica. That’s from when they were building a railroad from Limon to San Jose. First they brought in Chinese slaves to ...

          PUERTO VIJARO - ' YEAH MON!!'

          A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 14, 2014

          43 photos

          ... accidents, power line injury, rejection or human failing. We were so pleased at the end of our time there that we had gone and supported such a wonderful local sanctuary that was clearly making a huge difference. After our amazing morning we rode back into town but half way home we stopped and spoke to a few other local guys offering surf lessons, we chose a guy who we connected and felt comfortable with and before I knew it, Stuie was hiring a board and I was ...

          Way down south on the Caribbean

          A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 09, 2014

          2 comments, 58 photos

          ... quickly that each plant has only one bunch of fruit, and they spend most of their life covered with a blue plastic bag. This protects the bananas from the harsh tropical sun and allows them all to ripen at the same time. Their life cycle is pretty complicated, with lots of human intervention for marketing purposes. The most important thing seems to be protecting the fruits from ...