Limón, the easternmost province of Costa Rica, is situated in the country's Caribbean lowlands. It is the least visited region of the country, and home to the country's Caribbean culture.
Popular destinations: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Tortuguero and Cahuita
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a small coastal town in Caribbean Costa Rica in the province of Limón.
Tortuguero is a village in the North East of the province Limón about 80 km north of the Caribbean city Limón in Costa Rica.
Cahuita is a beach town in Caribbean Costa Rica. Cahuita is a rustic alternative to the more touristic spots found further south.
Barra del Parismina is village of 600 people located on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, at the mouth of the Reventazón/Parismina river.
Sixaola is a border town in Limon, Costa Rica. Sixaola lies on the Costa Rican side of the border between Costa Rica and Panama.
Puerto Limón, commonly known as Limón, is a main city for cruise ships traveling through the Panama Canal.
Cahuita National Park is in Costa Rica. A coastal rainforest with plenty of monkeys, reptiles and birds, Cahuita National Park is a must see for any traveller in the area.
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