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Tortuguero Canals Including Playa Bonita and Puerto Limon Highlights
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Reviewed 19 December 2014

About a 10 min drive from downtown Limon. Around the beach there are a few bars and restaurants and of course souvenir shops. It's more of a major beach for locals. It's gets packed around the holidays. Great place to read a book, take pictures, and dunk yourself in the warm water.

Date of experience: September 2014
3  Thank 850Evapd
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Reviewed 12 November 2014

Playa Bonita is a nice beach about 4 kms from Puerto Limon town. It's a short ride and taxi drivers ask $10 one way for the trip. You can probably get it for less. Alternatively, there are public buses that head out there fairly frequently from downtown Puerto Limon. The beach is okay but certainly not the best that the Caribbean has to offer, There are two restaurants on the beach that serve drinks and decent meals for a reasonable price. If you're on a cruise and don't want any of the over-priced excursions, then this is a reasonable option for you. A guy on t/he beach will also rent you chairs.

Date of experience: November 2014
12  Thank skink
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Reviewed 1 April 2014

When our cruise ship docked in Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, and we had seen pictures of this beautiful beach. We found that it was a $10 per person each way, cab ride from the cruise pier. We had to pay for both ways and our cab driver set a pickup time with us. It was a Sunday so this free beach was probably more crowded than normal. There were several groups of people from our ship along with some performers from the theater. The beach had palm trees for some shade and a nearby restaurant and bar for food and drink. The surf is a little rough but fun, reminding me of New Jersey. It was an inexpensive way to see the area without booking an excursion.

Date of experience: March 2014
14  Thank Nancy K
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Date of experience: May 2024
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Date of experience: February 2023
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