For active adventurers keen to take on the challenge, this trek will bring you across the wilderness and mountains where the branches of tropical trees hang all around like cobwebs. This almost unknown landmass is part of the Osa Conservation Area, where you hope to catch a glimpse of rare wildlife and birdlife. Its habitats are elusive species of birds, mammals and reptiles. The park is largely untapped and is home to a great variety of exceptional trees and plant communities. Be awestruck with the inspiring mountain scenery in a thrilling and spectacular walk. The untamed trails of the dense evergreen and unaltered forest of Piedras Blancas National Park make this place a prime location for jungle trekking.
Transport is included from your hotel in Golfito to the end of the road of the tiny village of La Gamba called Nueva Zélanda where the hike starts. The first three kilometers are along a river (shoes will get wet). Then the rain forest and mountain trek begins when you see the sing of El Bonito, entrance of Piedras Blancas National Park. Be ready for an other 7 kilometers of hike going up an down the mountains. The hike ends at the beach in the Golfo Dulce where you'll have a boat ride back to Golfito. Bring plenty of water and a lunch.