Welcome to Puerto Jiménez
Sliced in half by the swampy Quebrada Cacao and flanked on one side by the emerald waters of the Golfo Dulce, Puerto Jiménez is shared by local residents and wildlife. While walking through the streets of Jiménez (as it's known to locals), it’s not unusual to spot scarlet macaws roosting on the soccer field, or white-faced capuchins traversing the treetops along the main street.
Experience Puerto Jiménez
Bird Watcher or Wildlife Photographer - The Birds's Lagoon is the Best Spot
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Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours
Gulfo Dulce Dolphin Watching Cruise from Puerto Jimenez
Jutting into the sea at the southern end of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, the Osa Peninsula remains one of the country’s most remote destinations. That said…