Cahuita National Park is a heavenly getaway for adventurous visitors featuring the biggest coral reef of Costa Rica.
Cahuita is a little beach city situated along the stunning Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. The city is located in the Talamanca Canton of Limon Province. Cahuita is widely renowned among the tourists and locals for its cluster of secluded sparkling beaches, delicious food particularly crepes, thrilling night life and numerous nature and sporty adventures. Cahuita also houses the famous national park that shares the name with the town. Regarded as one of the most exotic parks of the country, Cahuita National Park is a heavenly getaway for adventurous visitors featuring the biggest coral reef of Costa Rica. The coastal town has a small population of 4000 or so residents who are mainly of Afro-Caribbean descent. In Cahuita, tourists are most fascinated by the astounding black sand beach dotted with swaying palm trees and crystal clear water of the Caribbean Sea. The clean shorelines are amazing for swimming, snorkeling, and surfing and picnicking. A fun festival is celebrated by the locals every year in July at the beach. As the place is tourist orientated, there are plenty of beautiful accommodations, restaurants, bars and surf shops.