Wildlife Sanctuary & Cahuita National Park

Starting at
$94.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$79.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Limon, Costa Rica
Moderate Activity Level
No Minimum Age
5.5 hours
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The Tree of Life Wildlife Rescue Center is a nonprofit organization that devotes its efforts to provide a haven for animals that need refuge due to loss of habitat. You will see many rainforest animals up close and learn about their history. Visit the 10 acre gardens to see many tropical and indigenous plants. Cahuita is one of the most beautiful and considered by many to be “the jewel” of Costa Rica’s Caribbean Region. The 2,771 acre reservation is located on the southern Caribbean Coast of Limon. The park protects beaches, lowlands and is a famous nesting ground for Sea Turtles. Its main attractions are white sandy beaches fringed with endless coconut trees, a calm sea of transparent waters and coral reefs. Here you might find a wide variety of wildlife such as the howler and white faced capuchin monkeys, sloths, green ibis and herons. Then explore Cahuita Village shops and restaurants to purchase snacks and refreshments before returning to the ship.  On this excursion you will: Visit the Tree of Life Rescue Center. Explore the botanical gardens. Walk the sandy trails of the Cahuita National Park. Take a dip in the refreshing waters or simply bask on the beach while surrounded by the amazing diversity of the forest. See some wildlife. Then see the town of Cahuita. Explore the shops and the hand crafts. You can purchase refreshments and snacks at the local restaurants. 

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  • We will be visiting a public beach where there isn’t a lifeguard on duty.
  • Customers need to be aware that there are rip currents that might be present. Please be cautious at all times.
  • Your tour guide will provide the explanations of the beach rules during your visit to the Cahuita National Park.
  • If sea conditions change, the park rangers will change the beach flag colors to red and no swimming will be allowed.
  • During your beach stay, please do not leave your valuables unattended.
  • A waiver needs to be signed by all participants.