Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica
The Cahuita National Park is on the coast of the south Caribbean of Costa Rica, one of the most spectacular natural landscapes. The zone has a fascinating biodiversity among other things, because it rains throughout the year. Cahuita is one of the other two parks of the country that is over a coral reef, although the water ecosystems and vegetation are also protected. Many activities can be done on the park, like diving, snorkeling and hiking. One of the main characteristics is that many of the beaches in the area have black sand, which makes them one of the most exotic and brutal coasts of the Lemon region, even though the sun doesn’t always shine. This tropical paradise has managed to keep its picturesque essence and the houses rise with discretion among the nature. This park is an authentic Eden to anyone who enjoys the dreamlike natural landscapes and connects easily with Bocas de Toro in Panama.