Cahuita National Park - Costarica
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Directions to Cahuita National Park
Cahuita National Park is a fabulous place to spend the whole day roaming around and is fantastic for family fun, sightseeing, bird watching and adventure of all kinds. Snorkeling along the reefs will give sight to gorgonians, sea fans, blue staghorn coral as well as a variety of tropical fish. The hiking trails from the Kelly Creek Station wind along parts of the park that are filled with toucans, coati, lizards, monkeys and flora. Not to be outdone by the animals in the park, the tropical flora found here sways in the ocean breezes as if to get your attention. Located between the Kelly Creek Station and the Puerto Vargas Station is an area designated for public swimming. Due to unpredictable currents and protected turtle nesting sights no other public swimming areas are permitted within the park. The beach camping area also offers restrooms, showers and picnic tables for guest use. There are accommodations outside the park within a short distance from both park entrances.
Located near the town of Cahuita in the Limon Province, Cahuita National Park holds more than 55,000 acres in its boundaries including 600 acres of live coral reef. The park was created to protect the beaches, reefs and the surrounding habitat and animals from the impact of high-rise resorts hotels, parking lots and golf courses that may have eventually found their way to this pristine part of the Caribbean. The good news for locals and tourists alike is Luck that as early as 1982 the Costa Rican government protected the land by making it the sight of the Cahuita National Park.
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