Plans for a new tourism-oriented marina in the Caribbean city of Limón are generating interest among local leaders. The plan would include a hotel, restaurants, helicopter landing pad, amphitheater, docks, shops, a “nautical club,” and more. The idea is to serve the nearly 300,000 tourists to arrive at Limón annually.
We are heading to Puerto Viejo de Limón next week. This part of Costa Rica, located on the Caribbean coast just north of Panama, is almost like an entirely different country. In addition to Costa Rica’s unique brand of Spanish, you’ll hear Caribbean-accented English, Mekatelyu (a local Creole dialect), Bribri