If there was a dictionary definition for Cahuita it would be: Peace, Relaxation and Nature.
Cahuita is pronounced: (Ka-Wee-Ta)
Bit of History:
In 1828 a small group of fishermen settled in this village, which was originally known as “The Bluff”. Since then it has grown into a quaint fishing village and a wonderful getaway. You'll feel right at home here with then friendly local residents and the ex-pats that own the majority of the local businesses.
Where is It?
On the south Caribbean coast 45 kms. Southeast of Limon; 17 kms. north of Puerto Viejo (approximately 3 - 3.5 hours by car)
Elevation: Sea Level
How's the Weather?
Hot and humid, no distinct dry season
- Temperatures: 71 - 93 °F with 87 - 90% humidity
- Rainfall: The least rainy months: February / March and September / October; The rainiest months generally are July, November and December.
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