Caribean coast

The Caribbean coast is one of the most beautiful part of Costa Rica. he culture and the water there is really different from the rest of the country.

Puerto Viejo

Small and colorful tourist village of Afro-Caribbean culture lying on the coast in a beautiful natural setting. It hosts very friendly and cheerful Rasta community, famous for reggae music and the more traditional calypso.

Playa Cahuita & Manzanillo

Beautiful white sandy beaches where the coconut palms meet the still virgin jungle, and where you can observe many animals, like dolphins, sloths or parrots.

The two villages although are populated by fishermen, they are developing very quickly, you can find any type of accommodation and food for all tastes.


One of the oldest cities of the whole American continent, now famous for its port which is the most important maritime access of the Country and of course famous for the huge banana production.

The main Limon feature is to be completely different from all other cities of Costa Rica, as for the characteristic humid and muggy climate as for the fact of hosting the largest African-American community across the country which strongly distinguishes the atmosphere and culture. Famous for the carnival celebrated in the month of October and its nightlife.


In the Caribbean region of northeastern Costa Rica, the Tortuguero National Park is characterized by a climate of humid tropical forest with abundant rainfall and high temperatures, famous for being the busiest area of ​​the Caribbean for the green turtle spawning. The park was created precisely to protect green turtles in danger of extinction due to indiscriminate harvesting of its eggs and the killing of these turtles to eat their flesh.

In the Park there are beautiful nature trails in the dense rainforest and an inextricable network channels mostly navigable by boat to the village of the same name where you can stay overnight and book various tours that offer local guides. We recommend an overnight stay in one of the eco lodge in close contact with the nature.

The protected area includes a large variety of plants as well as numerous species of reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish.