Corcovado, located in southwest Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, is one of the last significant virgin rainforests in Central America. It is inhabited by thousands of plant and animal species, including some which are endangered. This is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth, and the main attraction is nature observing at Corcovado National Park.
The area is isolated and difficult to access. The best way to visit is to fly into Puerto Jimenez or Drake and then stay at one of the lodges on the outskirts of the National Park. Award-winning eco-lodges include Lapa Rios and Aguila de Osa Inn. Other remote hideaways include Casa Corcovado, Villas Corcovado, La Paloma Lodge, and Bosques del Cabo. Various day tours into the park are available. The weather is hot and humid, and the area receives a tremendous amount of rain.
The beaches in this region are untouched by development. Corcovado is the perfect destination for the adventurous traveler who wants to experience nature in its truest form while staying in rustic accommodations. Recommended stays start at three nights, with packages that include meals, lodging, transportation, and tours. Highlights include the guided hikes in the Corcovado National Park and boat tours to Cano Island. Corcovado / Osa is the perfect region for nature lovers that wish to experience wildlife in its natural habitat.
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