Cahuita National Park Hotel

Address: Cahuita, Province of Limon, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Cahuita, is near Tortuguero National Park (Parque Nacional Tortuguero).
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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

        ... Carrillo, a welcome green and cooling relief. After only one stop, to eat our picnic lunch with huge Pepsis (with ice!) from a Taco Bell, we arrived at the Playa Negra Guesthouse and moved into our spacious plantation-house style room with its private patio surrounded by the luscious vegetation. This place is very clearly cared about and cared for, and we learned that the French-Canadian couple who manage it are in the middle of ...

        Ice cream, chocolate and reggae

        A travel blog entry by bridgetpavitt on Jan 19, 2015

        2 photos

        ... lazy town on the Caribbean coast. Rice and beans for supper, breakfast, lunch, dinner etc. 'Unusual' guitarist In the restaurant...

        spent the the afternoon In a bar watching waves break on the beach. Best breakfast next day with fried eggs straight from the chicken. Went to visit the 'indigenous ...

        Toucan Rescue Ranch

        A travel blog entry by zolina on Jan 17, 2015

        33 photos

        ... road leveled out, and the rain stopped. It was here that our guide, Rayner, explained a little about the history of Costa Rica. He said that the economy was originally based on banana plantations and cattle. And the area we were passing through used to be a lot of banana plantations. However, some sort of fungus destroyed the main exportable variety of banana. And scientists haven’t been able to come up with another variety that is as sweet and will transport as well (i.e. ...


        A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 14, 2014

        43 photos

        ... treat we were in for. It was truly an incredible place. Animals of all walks of life, big and small where in there, given a second chance by the people that give up so much to keep the centre going. We saw other animals likes an ocelot, crocodiles, snakes, frogs, owls, toucans, deers and most importantly sloths. The deers and their little fowls freely roaming around the grounds and as we intently listened to our guide one of the little fowls came and licked Stu on the ...

        The Caribbean Coast

        A travel blog entry by mjnelson18 on May 12, 2013

        7 photos

        ... grade 4 piano skills of over 6 years ago didn't quite meet the standard so took the role of audience. Overall a pleasant evening despite the torrential rain. This is supposed to be an ideal place to learn to surf but due to the cost of lessons and the fact that I have no ambition to become a professional surfer, we were thinking to just hire a board and see what happens. As it turned out torrential rain throughout the day led to a day inside of reading and playing ...