Peninsula de Osa is located on Costa Rica's southernmost coast and is iconic for its spectacular tropical rainforests. In 2019, National Geographic named it one of the "most biologically intense places on earth". Drake's Bay is located in the Osa Peninsula where whales and dolphins are very frequently found. This remarkable coastal landscape has plenty to offer from desolate beaches to vivacious primary rainforests.
The Corcovado National Park is the pinnacle of the Osa Peninsula. Due to its excess of biodiversity, the Park has been protected since 1975. It contains a vast range of mammal wild life including margays, ocelots, tapirs and even the occasional jaguar. Corcovado has the biggest scarlet macaw population in Costa Rica and all four species of monkeys and both species of sloths live in the park.
Corcovado National Park is one of the richest and most diverse tropical areas on earth. It covers nearly half of the entire peninsula and has the largest lowland rainforest in Central America.
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2,200 sq ft
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2,520 sq ft
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4,200 sq ft
One of the most biodiverse areas on the planet: Not only in Costa Rica, but Osa offers one of the wildest most bio diverse areas accessible on our planet. Reachable through adventurous, safe and well communicated travel options.
4% of the world's biodiversity: We are proud to claim an amazing 4% of the worlds bio diversity here in this little gem of a corner of our country.
Jungle and beaches: The un-spoilt beaches offer a level of purity previously unseen with awesome options to stay in comfort within an amazing jungle setting. Secure and fun. Luxury amidst the natural.
Real jungle living: Jungle living in its purest of essence.
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