So much to see and experience!
From your accommodations, you are just a short walk away from Playa Negra beach, rated as one of the best beaches in Costa Rica. Here you can enjoy horseback riding, bike rentals, and surf lessons; or just relax with a delicious tropical drink as you let the rhythm of the waves wash your cares away. A short bike ride or easy walk will lead you in to town where you can explore, or visit Cahuita National Park – a coastal rainforest that extends to the edge of its curving 2 mile undeveloped white sand beach. There is a 4 mile trail that passes through the forest mostly along side the beach. You can find good snorkeling off Cahuita Point on a 600 acre reef, with 123 different species of fish and 35 species of coral.
Just a few miles down the road is the village of Puerto Viejo with many restaurants, clubs, and bars. Travel to Manzanillo with its huge wildlife refuge, the Gandoca-Manzanillo National Wild life refuge, that goes all the way to the Panamanian border.
Try fishing on a local long boat to catch Cohiba, Snapper, and King Fish
Go canopy zip lining nearby on 2560 meters of cable through the jungle split into multiple platforms high in the canopy
Take a hike to a waterfall in the jungle and soak in the natural pool
Experience the excitement of white water rafting
Jungle explorations with a guide
Visit one of several rescue centers
Visit local indigenous villages and see how they carry on the ancient traditions of cacao farming and medicinal plant practices
Visit local cacao farms and see how the fruit is processed into chocolate
Plus many unique adventures in the mountains and parks that abound in the area
Come visit us. Stroll down our streets and get a real feel of the peace and beauty that is Cahuita. We can show you all of the fantastic things to do here. Contact us at reservations@coralhillbungalows for any questions or planning of activities. Some activities are weather-dependent, so schedules may have to be adjusted during your stay.
Cahuita is a unique National Park in Costa Rica for its close relationship with the community, an example of shared management between the community and the government, for sustainable development at the community level.