Cahuita Costa Rica
Cahuita Costa Rica is a sleepy Caribbean beach village and the first major tourist destination you will reach heading south of Limon. Cahuita Costa Rica traces its roots to Afro-Caribbean fishermen and laborers who settled here in the mid-1800s, and today the population is still primarily English-speaking blacks whose culture and language set them apart from other regions. The boom going on nearby has in many ways passed Cahuita Costa Rica by. If you decide to visit this lovely area then you must visit the Cahuita Costa Rica National Park. This ecological area of 2,600 land acres and 55 marine acres is made up of different types of forest and swamps, and was declared a national park in 1970. Cahuita Costa Rica boasts sandy beaches lined with rainforest vegetation and coral reefs. The few dirt and gravel streets here are host to an unhurried parade of pedestrian traffic, parted occasionally by a bicycle, car, or bus. Discover the eclectic mix of colorful traditions, activities and lush sceneries in Cahuita Costa Rica. Come enjoy a truly unique experience.