Cahuita National Park is located south of Limon, Costa Rica Caribbean. It was created to protect the
flora and fauna, coral reefs and the most developed of the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica's most important and diverse marine ecosystems.
It also protects a sample of swamp forest with pure stands of raffia and sangrillo. It also contains white sandy beaches of great beauty. The fauna is varied and howler monkeys are common raccoon
common raccoon and coati crab, several species of swamp forest birds such as the green ibis, kingfisher verdirrojizo, heron, among others.