Choice of King size bed or twins. Private terrace overlooking gardens with hammock. Coffee maker, private bathrooms with hot running water. WiFi. SKY TV offered as extra.
Cahuita is popular amongst the young and footloose. The town exudes a free-spirited charm, and lies near a number of attractive white and black-sand beaches. The beaches are pleasant places to spend the day, and the adjoining Caribbean offers up gorgeous turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming, snorkeling or scuba diving. The restaurants in town starkly contrast some of Costa Rica’s more traditional culinary styling, serving up zesty meals that often fuse a variety of European-rooted cuisines. Cahuita also serves as the gateway for trips to the Cahuita National Park, which offers visitors a wide range of activities and tour services, including access to Costa Rica’s largest coastal reef.
Hotel Magellan Inn smoothly blends the vibrancy of the tropics with the comfort of the hotel, creating a laid back ambiance that invites relaxation and enjoyment. Decorated with exotic artwork and wooden furniture, the rooms are clean, tasteful and charming. Each come equipped with a private hot water bathroom, ceiling fan, wireless internet, and private terrace. The terraces are spacious and comfortable, with sitting chairs that overlook the hotel’s lush tropical gardens and sunken swimming pool.
Nights at the hotel can be enjoyed at “La Casa Creole Restaurant”, which offers a wide selection of tasty French Creole dishes. In fact, the restaurant is regarded as one of the best dining options in the entire Cahuita area. The hotel’s adjoining cocktail bar provides guests with a pleasant place to relax afterward, serving up refreshing drinks amongst an extremely amiable environment.
Hotel Magellan Inn also offers a variety of tourist services, including pickups from San Jose, fishing and snorkeling tours, waterfall hikes, and horseback rides.
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Cahuita, in the South Caribbean, is a truly charming town; a real Caribbean town where time seams to be stopped, with heaven on Earth beaches surrounded by dense tropical forest, shores of the turquoise sea, the black and white sand beaches and coral reef, more than an ecosystem is represented here.
The Afro-Caribbean culture is everywhere; an African legacy reflected in the architecture, gastronomy, music, and in the people, whose roots come from turtle fishers that settled down three hundred years ago. Nowadays, Cahuita is a multicultural town, with settlers from all around the world.
Cahuita was baptized by the Miskito Indians, who were turtle fishermen. Cahuita in their language means “place were the sangrillos grow”. The sangrillo is a tree species with yellow flowers which is very common in this area.