Boca de Yuma is a small fishing village located on the northeastern tip of Parque Nacional del Este. The village is a bit off the beaten track for tourists, meaning you’ll find a peaceful place to hang among the locals. The harbor provides an easy stroll, with many small restaurants that serve fresh seafood.
Though there is a small stretch of sand, Boca de Yuma is mainly about experiencing the local way of life, rather hitting the beach.
To get to Boca de Yuma, you can take a bus or shuttle to the eastern entrance of Parque Nacional del Este. From there it is a short walk away. Parking is also available. If taking a taxi, be sure to arrange a pickup time with the driver, as you may not be able to find a taxi in Boca de Yuma to take you back to your hotel.