Osa Peninsula brings together some of the most exquisite tropical landscapes and exotic wildlife habitats. Located on the Southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Osa Peninsula is bordered on three sides by tropical seas for you to stroll along balmy beaches or swim in warm waters. Journey through an intricate pattern of marine and freshwater canals that sustain rich aquatic flora and fauna. Explore the natural treasures of primary rainforests in Corcovado National Park, which is home to endangered animals like the jaguar and puma as well as colorful birds like scarlet macaws. Learn all about the striking stone spheres and other pre-Columbian cultural artifacts at the Cano Island Biological Reserve. When dusk falls, listen to the sounds of the night from the comfort of your lodge as you imagine the jungle waking up to the preternatural rhythms of hunting and surviving.
Corcovado National Park
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