Where the rainforest meets the ocean. Denoted as the world’s most biodiverse place in the planet by National Geographic, the Southern Pacific Coast of the Osa Peninsula is the jewel of Costa Rica’s nature. Comfortable high-end tent lodges to luxury boutique hotels hidden within wild nature allow for the discovery of the most undiscovered parts of the country.

A Whale Watching Tour during the months when it’s cold in the planets’ southern and northern hemisphere, respectively, is a must for sea life lovers.

The Isla del Caño is also a possible one day tour depending on your location. A small island with dense forest and a perfect snorkeling location.

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