Take a delightful walk through our wide collection of tropical
flora carefully grouped in our interpretation trails for
a better appreciation.
On eight hectares there are more than 350 varieties of local
plant life. This is a one-stop learning experience where
the rich and interesting plant and wildlife of the area
is available for viewing and education purposes.
Canoeing quietly down the silent curves of the Carbón
River is a rare pleasure.
This river, named after the chunks of charcoal that dot
its sandy bottom, meanders through Cahuita National Park
amidst quiet, uninhabited byways all the way to the Caribbean
Sea, where it merges with the deserted beaches unreachable
except by foot or boat.
This space is for wild animals found injured by un natural
reasons. We give them medical attention with the hope that
they recuperate and be returned to their natural habitat.
Unfortunately not all patients make it and some become our
permanent tenants. All the animals move freely in an area
of more than 2 acres.
RECREATIONAL AREAS AND SERVICES, RESTAURANT BAR, SWIMMING
POOL, BOUTIQUE, STUDENTS TENT CAMP.