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The Osa Peninsula with Costa Rica Dream Adventures

Costa Rica is already known as one of the premiere spots for its forests and beaches. But to the very south of the country is a remote peninsula that has maintained its untamed ways. Miles and miles of pure rainforest meet empty beaches. The water is the blue of serenity, while surfable waves crash near the shores. The Osa Peninsula is where nature still reigns supreme, and the Tico (a colloquial term for a native of Costa Rica) life of old carries on as it always has.

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Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

The Osa Peninsula with Costa Rica Dream Adventures

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Welcome to the Jungle 2020

Let your senses rejoice with the magical blends of colors, scents, flavors, sensations and sounds of the Costa Rica jungle.

Natural Costa Rica

A once in a lifetime jungle experience to the most famous national reserves of Costa Rica. Start your journey in Arenal at the tropical bungalows of the Arenal Nayara.
Zip lining, hanging bridges and a chocolate tour complements your stay at the magnificent Arenal Volcano area.
After enjoying your adventure activities, head to one of the world’s famous national parks, Manuel Antonio. Tucked between the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean, Manuel Antonio offers a combination of jungle and pristine beaches.
The icing on the cake is the next stop, Osa Peninsula, called by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on Earth!” Set in a private nature reserve, Lapa Rios hotel is paradise for wildlife, nature and beach lovers.

Deluxe Rainforest & Beach

This deluxe package offers 5* hotel accommodations at two of the most romantic and unique locations of Costa Rica.
Enjoy the stunning views of the volcano, the relaxing and soothing hot springs and one of the most beautiful national parks in the world, Manuel Antonio.

  • The major settlement on the peninsula is the small town of Puerto Jiménez. The quaint size of this town is more like a settlement, with dusty roads and capuchin monkeys in the treetops near the main road. The Ticos is this community are friendly, living in a harmonious and environmentally conscious way with nature. Puerto Jiménez is a great place to setup and shop for any expeditions into the Parque Nacional Corcovado, which is just beyond the boundaries of the town. On the other edge of town is the Golfo Dulce, separating the peninsula from the mainland. With a wide selection of places to stay as well, Puerto Jiménez is a perfect point to jump into the pristine nature that surrounds it.

 

 

  • The Parque Nacional Corcovado, established in 1975, is 164 sq. miles and the largest park in the southern part of the peninsula. This lowland tropical forest is home to jaguars, tapir, ocelots, Central American squirrel monkeys, spider monkeys, howler monkeys, and two different types of sloth – and that’s just the land animals. Off the coast, dolphins and whales can be seen at certain times of the year. The jungle adventures available in this park are nearly endless, with plenty of opportunity to witness the wildlife of Costa Rica.

 

 

  • Bahía Drake, or Drake Bay, has coasts to please the traveler wishing sit back and enjoy the slow pace of beach life. This isolated destination features more than a few wilderness lodges to stay at, always within proximity of wildlife-watching. Travelers will also enjoy diving, snorkeling, and sportfishing in the wild blue waters of the Golfo Dulce. Isla del Caño, or Caño Island, is brimming with marine life such as dolphins, humpback whales, sea turtles, false killer whales, and manatees. A remote paradise, the traveler will thoroughly enjoy a trip to Drake Bay while on the Osa Peninsula.

 

 

The Osa Peninsula is a dream come true for those looking to not only see nature… but be a part of nature. Add in lodges that provide a luxurious way to stay in paradise, and you’ve got a recipe for a fantastic eco-trip. That’s why Costa Rica Dream Adventures is waiting to reveal the best of Costa Rica, and especially the Osa Peninsula.

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