8 Km from the Caldera port. It is an urbanized area that tourists enjoy visiting but there are very few facilities. The mouth of the Río Jesús María drains into an area of estuaries and mangroves where you will find all sorts of species of Costa Rican Pacific Mangroves; the white mangrove is the most common in this area, they reach heights of up to three meters. This natural area serves as a shelter for a multitude of birds, reptiles, amphibian and marine species.
How to arrive and leave
There are two ways of getting here, coming from the North, via Caldera Port or by Road 27. You will be able to see the sign where you need to turn and that will lead you to the town. To take the less crowded road, turn at the junction to Playa Guacalillo from Road 34. At the junction where the Bajamar sign is, continue to the right or, to the north and follow the road approximately 6 kilometers until you reach the river.