On my way back from Tortugerro to Puerto Viejo in Costa Rica's south-east, I stopped off in Cahuita for a few days, to get to know the smaller, quieter village a little, and to spend a day in the National Park that I'd heard so much about. The park is flat and nearly all of the walking tracks hug the coast, if you're not on the beautiful beach, you can usually catch a glimpse of it through the rainforest. There are so many monkeys, mostly scallywag white-faced ones who are far too familiar with tourists, racoons, sloths, birds galore... and of course butterflies. Costa Rica has far more than its fair share of spectacular butterflies, and so many of them can be found in Cahuita. My personal fave is the Blue Morpho... but all are worthy of admiration.
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