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If you are visiting the caibbean coast then the Sloth Refuge is a must see. For $30.00 US your visit includes breakfast with "Buttercup" & several baby sloths, a canal tour on one of the Rio...
The last village you can visit in Costa Rica before you have to cross the Panamese border is Sixaola. The village has the same name as the river that you'll find at the southside of Sixaola. If you...
Once you leave Limon & head southish towards Cahuita & Puerto Viejo gas stations are far & few between. The main one is located at Penshurst (or Penshurt) which is about 9 kms before Cahuita. Gas up...
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Up until recently the main street of Cahuita was dirt. It's paved now which makes for easier walking.
The white sand beach is fabulous!!
Gorgeous park, beaches, great food, mellow vibe
This tiny little Caribbean town is among my favourite places in Costa Rica (I think only second to Montezuma on the Pacific which wins out slightly for having more options for eating and going...
Sleepy yet Seductive
Enter the world stark contrasts; lush jungles lie adjacent to white sand beaches. The sleepy, laid back atmosphere of the town is spiced up by tantalizing reggae beats at night. Traditional Costa...
CARIBBEAN BEAT IN CAHUITA
Two days in Cahuita was enough for me. If I hadn't taken the walk in the national park I would have left earlier. Anyway because of the walk I have lovely memories of this village.
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