Transplanted Florida fishers who organize sportfishing vacations and dolphin- and whale-watching on the 50ft double-decker Delfin Blanco.
Specializes in kayak tours, including mangrove paddles, night paddles, sunset tours and kayak-snorkel combos.
You can get decent Mexican food at Juanita’s, but it’s more popular for the margaritas. One block south of the soccor field, just east...
Clean, cute and smack-dab in the middle of town, this soda is a dream – the kind of place you know is good because the local government...
Lonely Planet review
Get out a pen and underline this twice: Osa Wild is the way to connect with Corcovado park and Osa. Although it's a relatively young outfit, it's just what the area so desperately needed: a resource for travelers to connect with community-oriented initiatives that go to the heart of the real Osa through homestays, farm tours and sustainable local cultural exchanges. Of course it also offers the more typical stuff like kayaking tours and guided trips through Corcovado (in fact Ifi, who's running the show, is a university-trained biologist and the best guide we've met in the region), but its focus on sustainability, environmental protection and community development leave it in a league of its own. It also sets up volunteer programs and rents tents and stoves for trips into the park. Amazing!