Puerto Limon, Costa Rica Cruise Port

3.9 out of 5

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jrmbluemax says ...
excursions were great
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About Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

The second-largest city in Costa Rica, Puerto Limon will leave you with a lifetime of memories. Soak in the distinct Caribbean flavor of the city's world-famous Carnivale de Limon. See the wonder of the sea turtle nesting grounds in Tortugero. Delight in the dolphins at Manzanillo National Park. Or, if ultimate relaxation is your goal, sprawl luxuriously on any of the area's lavish sand beaches.

What people said about this port:

"Scenery outside the city, lush rain forest s did not dock because of rough water water sports," in 51 reviews.

"Took private tour, enjoyed canal, banana plantation etc The bus ride was scenic but uncomfortable." in 33 reviews.

" zip line in rainforest - great except for almost an hour bus way..." in 21 reviews.


480 reviews and tips of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica




rlord

Our “Meet the Sloths” tour was fascinating and a great learning experience. It was my favorite excursion of the cruise and you better book early since it’s the first to sell out. You’ll visit a sanctuary and take a canoe ride through a dense forest to witness animals.

Visited: Oct 21, 2017

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laermom

Beautiful beaches. We toured the Jaguar Rehabilitation Center. Interesting, informative experience and we were treated to a delicious lunch by locals as part of the tour. Fun to get a closeup look at monkeys, sloths and crocodiles as well as to learn about efforts to rehabilitate animals and release them back to their natural habitats.

Visited: Nov 05, 2017

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LisaAndFam

We weren't sure about what we wanted to do in Limon and, therefore, didn't schedule any excursions. We got off the ship mid-morning and encountered one of those tour guide/taxi drivers who hang out at most ports. This one told us about a ziplining company that was superior to the one offered by the ship's excursion office. "Jungle Breezes" is the name of the company. She said this ziplining experience had much longer runs that were fast and lots of fun. Plus, it was $50 per person, compared with a much higher price via the ship's. We had a BLAST!!! We saw a sloth up in a tree, huge iguanas, and were up high in the rainforest canopy. Based on the median age of this cruise, 71, and the fact that Princess caters to an older demographic, I'm guessing that the ship's ziplining excursion was a bit tamer. I highly recommend Jungle Breezes -- dont be taken aback by the rugged drive there, which happens to be much, much closer than the Veragua ziplining location. It was nice to have a short...

Visited: Nov 20, 2017

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