Limon is located in the province by the same name, at a distance of 163 kilometers east of San Jose, on the coast of the Caribbean Sea. Limon is the ultimate destination of the rich culture, with a population predominantly of African descent and ethnicity important features of Costa Rican indigenous culture, Afro-Caribbean, white and Chinese, giving to Limón its own style and the cultural diversity. Puerto Moin, is listed as one of the major ports nationwide linking the country with Europe, African trade and the eastern United States Visitors are drawn to this region of Costa Rica to enjoy the 336 kilometers of white sandy beaches, palm trees and lush national parks, It is the area of access to Puerto Viejo, Cahuita, Manzanillo, Puerto Vargas, among other areas of high tourist visitation If you are in search of an eco-tourism destination Limon is definitely the place. On the beaches and national parks, visitors can enjoy hiking, canoeing, swimming, surfing, watching magnificent and colorful birds and even visit the Indian reservation where the lifestyle of the inhabitants still traditional. Also you can visit the Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge, Cahuita National Park and Wildlife Refuge Gandoca- Manzanillo; some of these parks even offer their own hospitality options. *Hold to regulations of the Government of Costa Rica.