My adult daughter and I will be in the area the first week of January. She mostly wants to go to a beach. I want to take some excursions, and to swim where the waves will not knock me over.
I prefer simple lodgings; my daughter says, "No hostels." What can you recommend?
What is the best (safest) way to get from Cahuita to Bocas Del Toro? Would love to save money and avoid flying, so I am thinking busing would be best, just don't know which one to take.
We are considering to spend some time in Cahuita.
We are traveling with a small sailboat, on which we can not sleep.
Is there a possibility to find a place to stay that has a boat dock?
I have been doing some research about how to get from San Jose to Cahuita and i have seen several different stations: the Gran Terminal de Caribe, the coca-cola terminal, the carribian terminal. I was wondering if these were all the same, they seem to have the same bus times, or if they were all different. If they are different, which one is the best bet? Cheapest, most convenient and fastest. Also will there be bus service on Christmas eve or Christmas Day?
What are the bus/boat transportation options to get from Tortuguero Village to Cahuita?
I have been to Costa Rica many times but are trying some a new itinerary this year. We are planning on flying into SJO and taking a bus to Cahuita for several nights, heading to Bocas del Torro for a few more nights and then to Dominical for a couple weeks. Any advice on the best way to get to Bocas del Torro and them to Dominical? Also, I haven't been to Cahuita since my pre-kids days and am wondering if it is safer now?
My boyfriend and I would like to go from Cahuita to Sixaola/Bocas del Toro, do we have to go to Limon to catch the bus to Sixaola or is there a bus that stops in Cahuita to Sixaola?
Can someone help us please?
where is the best places for surfing in or around cahuita?
are there places to rent surf boards?
7 of us will be there from March 17 to 22. Does anyone have suggestions and/or e-mails for Spencer Seaside and Villa del Mar?
We are considering staying at the Cahuita National Park Hotel next month for several nights and would like to hear about your experiences there--clean? safe? friendly? good for a 14 year old?
Also, interested in finding out more things to do in the area--snorkeling experiences, swimming, boogie boarding, nature, wildlife??
Also,wondering for 4 nights which would be a better choice,??-- Dominical or Cahuita???, for nature, peace, beach, quiet, safety, interesting wildlife,simming, boogie boarding, nature advenrues that would suit a 14 year old?
When I was in Cahuita all the trash locals produced were dumped on the reefs in the ocean,,,is that still the case
Hi, I am a single (just divorced) guy looking at moving to C.R. I was there last year for 3 months and will be there the latter part of the summer. I want to find very inexpensive place to stay on the Caribbean side and Cahuita looks good. What can you tell me about the area as I have never been to this side of the country. I will probably have 3-4 weeks to stay here.
I do not desire anything fancy. Simple but clean and safe is just fine for me
I will be in C.R. for at least 5 months and maybe stay for good.
We will be staying a few days at El Encanto Bed and Breakfast and are wondering what your experiences have been there. Also, where is a good place to rent bicycles for the route from Puerto Viejo to Manzanillo?