The Osa Peninsula is located in the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and was described by National Geographic as "the most biologically intense place on Earth” featuring places like Corcovado National Park, Caño Island Biological Reserve and Drake Bay. This is an area of fascinating natural beauty with miles of isolated beaches, cascades of crystalline water, and plenty of activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, bird watching, fishing, dolphin and whale watching as well as hiking though tropical rainforests.
Villas Corcovado Hotel is located in a 70 acre property in Golfo Dulce on the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. This unspoiled location is a paradise for nature lovers, offering a wide selection of activities such as hiking, kayaking, bird watching and more.
Drake Bay Wilderness Lodge is located in Osa Peninsula, on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. You can fly directly from San Jose to Drake, saving you time and giving you the opportunity to stay longer in the area to enjoy the ocean and the jungle.
Tiskita is an isolated and remote Lodge amidst 800 acres of tropical rainforest with plenty of trails to explore on foot or horseback. The best way to get to Tiskita is flying to Golfito (45min.) and then flying over Golfo Dulce to its private airstrip in the middle of the rainforest (10min. flight).