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Natural Parks & Forests
Península de Osa & Golfo Dulce
The Ríos Térraba and Sierpe form a network of channels and waterways that weave around the Humedal Nacional Térraba-Sierpe, Costa Rica's largest mangrove swamp...
Transportation & Travel Services
Beaches, Islands & Waterfronts
This 326-hectare (806-acre) island is among Bahía Drake's most popular destinations, not only for fish and marine mammals, but also for snorkelers, divers and biologists...
Parks & Gardens
Famously labeled by National Geographic as ‘the most biologically intense place on earth,’ Parque Nacional Corcovado is the last great original tract of tropical rainforest in Pacific Central America...
Landmarks & Monuments
Boating & Cruises
Offers competitively priced tours to Corcovado and Isla del Caño, as well as a wide variety of specialty hikes including unique excursions to look for rare tropical birds and poison-dart frogs...
At Hotel Jinetes de Osa, the Original Canopy Tour has nine platforms, six cables and one 20m-observation deck from where you can get a new perspective on the rainforest. Tours take two to three hours.
Playa Cocalito, a small, pretty beach near Agujitas is pleasant for swimming and sunbathing.
This is one of the recommended spots for snorkeling. It is situated just in front of the Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp.
Bahía Drake To Corcovado
A stunningly remote beach where you can slow down and soak up the beauty of the bay.
Nature & Wildlife
Tracie the ‘Bug Lady’ has created quite a name for herself with this fascinating nighttime walk in the jungle...
Hiking & Trekking
If you want to head inland, you can also explore the Punta Río Claro Wildlife Refuge, which can be accessed from the Río Claro Trail or from Playa San Josecito...
While the bay is rich with dive sites, a local highlight is undoubtedly the Bajo del Diablo, an astonishing formation of submerged mountains that attracts an incredible variety of fish species, including jack, snappe...
All of the lodges offer hiking tours to Parque Nacional Corcovado, usually a full-day trip to San Pedrillo ranger station (from US$75 to US$100 per person), including boat transportation, lunch and guided hikes...
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