CAHUITA
Cahuita has the largest system of Coral Reefs in Costa Rica, including 6 species of coral, a wide range of colorful tropical fishes and the occasional encounter of a harmless reef shark or sting ray.
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Cahuita Snorkeling And Rainforest Hike

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The Cahuita National Park has the largest system of Coral Reefs in Costa Rica, including 6 species of coral, a wide range of colorful tropical fishes and the occasional encounter of a harmless reef shark or sting ray. This beach has a horse shoe shape, with the entrance of the park at one end and beautiful Punta Cahuita at the other end. We start with a scenic 20 minute boat ride to have two snorkeling sessions. Then we get drop off at the Punta to enjoy a nicely presented fruit and snacks break at the beach followed by a 1.5 hour/3.5 kms guided hike in this wonderful coastal forest : monkeys, sloths, birds, iguanas and other interesting encounters are common and complemented with great info from your guide.


ITINERARY:

8:00 am Drive to Cahuita with interesting information in route
8:30 am Arrival at the park entrance, safety briefing and proceed to embark
8:30 – 10:00 am Snorkeling in two locations
10:00 am Fruit and snacks break at Punta Cahuita
10:30 am -12.00 am Hiking
12:00 noon Finish activities, take a small break and drive back.
12:30 pm Arrive at your hotel on time to shower before lunch on your own.


WHAT TO BRING?

Comfortable water shoes that will stay on(keens, crocs or strap on sandals) swimsuit on, sunscreen, hut, long sleeve shirt/rash guard to cover your back, camera (ideally water proof), water bottle, towel, insect repellent, binoculars, raincoat and a bit of cash.


INCLUDES:
Transport, service of professional guide, gear, all entrance fees, fruits, snacks and bottled water.


MINIMUM: 2 people.

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“We had a great time, just waiting today in Fort Worth for our flight back to Australia. As an afterthought the only thing we would have done different would have been 2 nights at Manuel Antonio and an extra day in San Jose to see the city.”
- Truus and Patrick -
June 8, 2015