Cahuita National Park: Photo Journal
Slender palm trees swaying over the ocean. Luscious green jungle, brought to life by the warm, humid air. Hundreds of bird species adding their voices to the forest soundtrack. An entire underwater ecosystem teeming with tropical fish, coral, and crustaceans.
All this and more can be found in Cahuita National Park, a protected area on Costa Rica's Caribbean coast that covers over 2000 acres of beaches, lowlands, jungle, and reef.
It's here in the national park that you'll find sloths lazily dangling from tree branches, tropical butterflies flapping their delicate wings, and if you time your visit right you might catch some sea turtles laying their eggs on the beach.
With all the wonders of nature in one place, this is an unmissable spot in Costa Rica.