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Corcovado – Osa Península – Golfo Dulce

About Corcovado – Osa Península – Golfo Dulce

Earth’s most bio-diverse place according to National Geographic.  Best region for wildlife watching.  Remote, isolated, nature intense destination with small eco-lodges, personalized service and an overall unique and memorable experience.

Corcovado National Park is located in the southwest corner of Costa Rica, in the Osa Peninsula, it is a remote beautiful place, considered one of the most important wildlife and natural reserves in the Americas.
With 500 species of trees, 140 species of mammals, 367 species of birds, 40 species of fish and 117 species of amphibians.

Golfito National Wildlife Refuge : Protecting 1,309 hectares north of Golfo Dulce, which is very close to Golfito City, this refuge has several trails that allow observation of the area’s biological wealth. Forming part of the Osa Conservation Area. The refuge plays a key role in the protection of various species. Visitor services include trails, signage and natural viewpoints.

Pavones Beach: It’s a tiny town situated in the southern Pacific Zone, 1 1/2 hour drive from Golfito Town.
Pavones is a fabulous point for surfers around the world and it’s known as a surfer’s sanctuary.
In Pavones, the streets are not paved, the pace of life is relaxed and the overall ambience remains calm.
Not only for surfers! Pavones has plenty of activities for their visitors,  due to its position along the ocean, sport fishing is very popular one. Other activities are canopy tour and horseback riding through the forest and along the beach.

Puerto Jiménez could be the best town from which to access Corcovado National Park. Located on the eastern coast of the Osa Peninsula, this interesting town is next to to the rich waters of the Golfo Dulce.
Backpackers, dusty roads, little restaurants (sodas) and little shops, animal lovers, and eco-tourists alike are drawn to the radiantly painted buildings, inspiring wildlife, and the beaches are the principal attractions. The area’s mangrove swamps and humid rainforests are home to myriad fauna, including scarlet macaws, white-faced monkeys, caiman and ocelots.

Bring:  Walking shoes, a light waterproof jacket, extra pair of clothing, a hat, a good book.
Don’t Miss:  No trip to Costa Rica is complete without the trip to Caño Island Biological Reserve.

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