Motorized four-wheelers for rent seven days a week.
Parque Nacional Cahuita
Parque Nacional Cahuita contains one of the last living coral reefs in Costa Rica. It's accessible from the beach, but the best way to...
Surfing Salsa Brava
The biggest break in Costa Rica, for expert surfers only and dangerous even then, Salsa Brava is named for the heaping helping of...
Dam Good Coffee
For a caffeine fix before a long bus ride, grab an espresso across the street from the beachside bus stop.
Lotus Garden Restaurant
Serving a mix of sushi, noodles and stir-fries, this pleasant garden restaurant is a good spot if you are in the mood for something Asian.
Playa Negra information
Lonely Planet review
The entire southern Caribbean coast - from Cahuita all the way south to Punta Mona - is lined with unbelievably beautiful beaches. Just northwest of town, Playa Negra offers the area's safest swimming, as well as excellent body boarding.