Playa Negra Guesthouse

Address: 100 metre north of the football field, Cahuita, Province of Limon, Apartado 27-70403, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100 metre north of the football field, 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

    We had not originally planned to even visit the Caribbean side of the country, but the fellow who delivered our car spoke very highly of it and assured us that malaria is not a problem there. Apparently he's correct, the CDC website no longer shows eastern Costa Rica as a malaria zone. (We hope this is true given the insect bites that Craig keeps …

    Cool Contrast in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Apr 08, 2014

    25 photos

    ... eggs at certain times, for example the first couple of days of the nesting season as those eggs are likely to be damaged by turtles laying eggs on following nights. This compromise seems to be working well and local people know they can make a living from the tourists who come to see the turtles. We did not go out at night to see if we could spot one as it is only the odd Leather Back who comes to lay at the moment as it is still early in the season.



    A travel blog entry by bargreenwood on Nov 09, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... boat, but here we began to see lowland tropical forest and MONKEYS!!! We heard Howler Monkeys but saw Spider Monkeys! Well to be fair I only had a glimpse of a dark shape moving in the trees because I was on the starboard side of the boat and it was on the port, if all of us had leant over to see it then we would have capsized - not a good idea in crocodile infested waters. Not that we saw crocs - maybe tomorrow. The river led into a ...

    Exploring the Tortuguero Area and Turtle Nesting

    A travel blog entry by austinke on Jul 23, 2013

    46 photos

    ... 8211; a lot of little lizards, many bright blue crabs, huge spiders, and more. Most interesting was the fact that today we saw several big mammals right at the resort – a mother and baby sloth, a very active monkey, and then later, after dinner, a mother and baby monkey in a tree right above the pool. Finally, when we were just about the last people at the pool, a raccoon came out, and walked literally 3 feet behind us on his way to the water. I was amazed at ...


    A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Mar 18, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... the pointy end, thus raising the blunt end and allowing the outboard to push us through the shallows. What actually happened was the captain went overboard and manhandled the vessel into deeper waters. Arrived at our hotel for lunch around two, I had the beef with rice and beans, Deb had the sea bass with rice and beans. After lunch we jump back on the boat for a five minute trip across to Tortuguero. This area is definitely different, the town ...