National Geographic has been describing the area as “the most biologically intensive in the world” for its biodiversity. Osa Peninsula Costa Rica’s southern coast is home to Corcovado National Park. Piedras Blancas National Park It is home to a handful of private reserves and is considered one the most beautiful places in the world for nature lovers. The Osa Peninsula hosts 3% world biodiversity and half the species found in Costa Rica.
This is Costa Rica’s wilder side. You will find this remote area with its rugged mountains, plunging falls, stunning beaches, and towering trees within dense rainforest. jaguars Tapirs wander, Scarlet Macaws soar above, and humpback Whales, dolphins, and sea turtles swim through the blue Pacific.
Corcovado National Park – A mantled Howler monkey prowling in Corcovado National Park
Between the Corcovado National and Piedras Blancas National parks, the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve & the Golfito National Wildlife Refuge, an immense biological corridor surrounds the gulf Golfo Dulce . The vast biodiversity includes all five Costa Rican wild cat species (jaguars., ocelots., margays., jaguarundis. and pumas), four types (spider., white-facedcapuchins), two kinds of anteaters., Baird’s. The region is known for having more than 300 species of bird, including Harpy Eagles, Scarlet Macaws, and Parrots.