While staying at Sia Tami Lodge, you can visit the Cahuita National Park which is best known for the coral reefs close to shore. In the dry season, there is good snorkeling from the beach, and you are likely to see light yellow brain, Elkhorn, and blue Stag horn corals, sea fans, and gorgonians as a back drop to the more than 500 species of fish endemic to the reefs.
Sia Tami Lodge is located in Cahuita 28 miles (45 km) south of Puerto Limon and 110 miles (180 km) from San Jose. A few miles away from Cahuita, through the Iguana Farm and garden of the medicinal plants of the Kekoldi Reserve, you will find the native reservation of Bri Bri. A few hours away, across the Panama border at Sixaola, you will find a cluster of islands called Bocas del Toro. Very few miles down is Puerto Viejo, a town full of life where you will see friendly people walking by enjoy the tropical sounds of reggae music.
You can also enjoy hiking, fishing, kayaking, and horseback riding at Playa Negra. Other places you can visit are the Tortuguero Jungle Canals where you can get a spectacular view of many animals and birds; the Indian Reservation, the Green Iguana Project and the Butterfly House. As well as Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Natural Refuge which is considered one of the most abundant wildlife reserves in the Southern Caribbean region of Costa Rica. And of course, Cahuita National Park with its main attraction being the beautiful white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, calm sea of crystal clear waters, and coral reef.