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Corcovado & The Osa Peninsular


The Osa Peninsular and Corcovado National Park need no introduction. Famously labeled by National Geographic as ‘the most biologically intense place on earth’ it has become a mecca for nature and wildlife enthusiasts alike. It is the best place in Costa Rica to see the Baird’s Tapir and one of the only places you can see Scarlet Macaws in the wild. The incredible biodiversity of the area supports good populations of many other endangered species including the giant anteater, the harpy eagle and myriad birdlife. Tucked away in the remote south of the country a visit to the Osa Peninsular is a highly memorable experience.

Rugged and unspoiled, Corcovado National Park and The Osa Peninsular is undoubtedly Costa Rica's wildest region and best wildlife destination.

Best months to visit Corcovado & The Osa Peninsular

Our hand-picked hotels and lodges in Corcovado & The Osa Peninsular

A well thought out selection of hotels can make a good trip truly exceptional and here at The Latin America Travel Company we put a lot of resources into sourcing and visiting hotels. Below are a few of our favourites in the Corcovado & The Osa Peninsular area.

Best reasons to visit Corcovado & Osa Peninsular

Wildlife lovers flock to Corcovado National park to get a sighting of the otherwise elusive tapir and experience a truly remote paradise. Here are our top highlights of Corcovado and The Osa Peninsular.

World leading biodiversity in Corcovado National Park

Snorkeling off remote Caño Island

Costa Rica’s largest wild population of Scarlet Macaws

Travel further to La Sirena ranger station for tapir sightings

The world’s largest bird of prey the Harpy Eagle

Weather Averages for Corcovado and The Osa Peninsular

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