Cahuita National Park is a 2,700-acre National Park in the Caribbean Area of Costa Rica located on the southern Caribbean coast in Limón, connected to the town of Cahuita.
It protects beaches and lowlands and attracts tourists and other visitors who are able to snorkel in the protected marine area which contains the coralline reefs, as well as being a nesting ground for sea turtles. February through April typically have the best underwater visibility. This is also one of the nicest and least developed beaches in Costa Rica.
Due to its close proximity to the town of Cahuita, the park’s roads and facilities are well developed. Roads access the park from both the north and south. It can be reached on foot via Kelly Creek, which is just south of Cahuita.