Cahuita is a small town on Costa Rica's southern Carribean coast, best known for its national park and its beaches. Cahuita is also a destination for surfers, backpackers and anyone looking for a good place to relax.
Cahuita National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, and is an excellent location to see howler and capuchin monkeys. The park is bordered by Cahuita's "white" sand beach, and a "black" sand beach stretches across the other side of town. There are opportunities for diving and snorkeling near the offshore coral reef.
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