The little town of Cahuita on the South Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica is blessed with white and black sand beaches, lined with palms and giving way to jungle and abundant wildlife.
Cahuita National Park is the highlight for most residents and visitors in the area with its coral reefs, long sandy beaches, and trails through the rainforest with monkeys swinging overhead. Reggae beats and the aroma of coconut infused cuisine waft from the town’s restaurants and bars for a Jamaican feel in this culturally diverse corner of Central America.
With so much to see and do, this section will introduce you to your new home in this Caribbean paradise:
Where to Eat and Drink
Where to Shop
Tours and Must Sees