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Places of Interest in Limon

Commonly known as Limon, Puerto Limon is the capital city and the main hub of the Limon Province in Costa Rica. The city is stretched along the Caribbean Coast. It is considered to be one of the most immaculate and lush regions in the country. Around 125 miles of coastline between Panama and Nicaragua feature scenic white-sand beaches lined with coconut trees making it a tropical treat. Limon is one of the country's most geographically varied regions and features everything from towering mountains to mangrove wetlands.

Tortuguero National Park

An excellent place to visit for nature lovers and wildlife aficionados, Tortuguero National Park is located in the northern half of the Limon province. The park is famous for its turtles nesting along the beach. Travelers can take a boat or even go for canoeing or kayaking to explore the wildlife in the park.

Cahuita National Park

Located along the southern edge of the town of Cahuita in proximity to Limon, Cahuita National Park boasts around 55,000 acres of protected waters and about 600 acres of living coral reefs. Cahuita National Park is home to a varied range of aquatic life, including 400 species of fish and 35 species of coral. There are also hiking trails in the region..

Talamanca Mountains

Located at the southern end of Limon, Talamanca Mountains is stretched from San Jose to Panama. This towering mountain range is covered in tropical lowland rainforest and cloudforest. Talamanca Mountains is home to a wide array of wildlife due to its biodiversity and land coverage.