Limon, Costa Rica
The Caribbean coast of Costa Rica , represented by Puerto Limon province, has only 200 kilometers of shore line and we divide it in two big regions: North and South Caribbean. The North Caribbean comprises the Caribbean coast and goes from the San Juan River to Limon City. Limon city is the touristy center of this Corridor, simultaneously working as an accommodation, stop over, distribution and touring center.
Sparsely populated in comparison to the rest of Costa Rica, the Limon Province remains one of the most lush and diverse areas in the country. When the weather is good, visitors may enjoy outstanding diving opportunities, incredible surf breaks, and superb sportfishing. Tortuguero National Park is famous for nesting turtles, and Cahuita National Park is home to the last remaining indigenous communities in Costa Rica, the Bribri, Cocles, and Talamanca Cabecar peoples.
Summary: A popular cruise ship port-of-call – known for its lively Caribbean culture.
Landscape: City, Ocean
Attractions: Bocuare Jungle, Tortuguero National Park, Veragua Rainforest
Activities: Adventure tours, bird & wildlife watching, shopping
Caters to: day trippers, families, independent travelers