On the Caribbean coast, the Cahuita National Park is famous for its white sand and coconut trees, but most of all for its coral reef, home to many underwater species such as sea urchins and parrot fish, and on land, for its multiple howler monkeys.
Capuchin monkeys have black bodies and white heads. They are an endangered species due to deforestation.© 123 RF
"Playa Negra", with its unspoilt black sand, is not far from Cahuita National Park.© 123 RF
This national park has superb white sandy beaches and turquoise waters.© 123 RF
This small monkey lives in the park's tropical forest. It lives in groups of approximately twenty monkeys.© 123 RF
The mangrove, which can be found in the park, is a type of tree that grows with its roots immersed in the water.© 123 RF