Port
Puerto Moin, Costa Rica
Puerto Moin is a subport of Puerto Limon. The port is situated on the Atlantic coast of Costa Rica, due east of the capital San Jose. From Puerto Moin, you can embark on an adventure into Tortugero National Park—an extensive system of waterways and natural canals that have earned it the nickname of Costa Rica's Amazon. Green sea turtles are frequently seen here, and a wealth of other bio-diversity exists within this amazing area. Crocodiles, sloths and monkeys also make this part of Costa Rica their home.

This beautiful area can be explored on an aerial tram high in the forest canopy, on board a whitewater raft, threading through the mangrove forests of Tortuguero in a boat or in an off-road vehicle.

Things to see and do

* Tortugero National Park
* Surfing, snorkeling and diving
* Aerial tram tour
* White water rafting

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Colón (CRC)
Language – Spanish
Population – 4,016,173 Costa Rica
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
Time – GMT minus seven hours
International Country Telephone Code – 506

Port Location – The port of Moin is located in downtown Moin.

Transport Links - International flights usually arrive at the Juan Santamaria International Airport located 14 miles from downtown San Jose. Buses and rental cars are also available to and from Puerto Moin. Getting around on foot is the easiest way to see downtown Moin.
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