It’s the largest city on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast and yet its business has been more with fruit cargo than cruise ships. That may soon change as cruise lines discover it’s an easy access point for two national parks—Tortuguero and Cahuita—as well as the Veragua Rainforest, a Dole banana plantation, and a sloth sanctuary. Puerto Limon offers a literal boatload of travelers a quick taste of Costa Rican eco-tourism and cruise lines like Holland America, Celebrity, Princess, and Norwegian…
Puerto Limón, or simply Limón, is the heart and soul of the Caribbean coastal province of Limón. This is the region's largest city, with a population of approximately 85,000, including the surrounding districts. The inhabitants are mostly comprised of Afro-Caribbean ancestry, giving the city a completely unique appeal in a country that is over 90% mestizo. Although not considered a very touristy city, Puerto Limón is not without its charm.
De Puerto Limon à Manzanillo, la côte caraïbes du Costa Rica
Puerto Limon à Manzanillo, sur la côte caraïbes du Costa Rica