Hike in the Cahuita National Park


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4 Hrs
Group size:
Min 2 Persons

Hike in the Cahuita National Park


Cahuita has been an important strategic enclave, Afro-Caribbean families built their first camps, dedicated themselves to the production of coconut, subsistence agriculture, hunting and fishing, with the objective of conserving their valuable tropical forest. The lands of their ancestors were declared a national park. The National Park has incredible biodiversity. You will know this picturesque Caribbean town continuing along the coastal path of the park with incredible views. Entering the forest, our guide will tell you the history, uses and classification of the fauna species, easily spot the wildlife among them; snakes, frogs, monkeys, sloths, birds, insects that at best you can appreciate very closely. Returning 3 hours later to the town to find our transport that will lead you to your destination, full of an unforgettable adventure and beautiful photographs.

General rate $ 55 x pax

Duration: 4 hours

Departures: 8:30 am and 13:00 pm

Children of 6 -12 years, only pay the% 50.

Minimum: 2 people

Includes: Guide and snack.

What to bring: Repellent, sunscreen, mountain shoes , water.

Departure point: Entrance to the Cahuita National Park through the town. If you book with the transport included we will pick you up at your hotel (it has an additional cost).


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