Most visitors to the Osa Peninsula come to visit Osa’s Corcovado National Park, described by National Geographic as the 'most biologically intense place on the planet' with the highest concentration of macaws on earth, the best opportunbity to see a jaguar and much more!
Puerto Jiménez is the gateway to Corcovado National Park and the best base town for budget travelers.
Drake Bay is the best place for boat excursions in search of whales and dolphins, and to Caño Island for great diving.
The longest left hand break in Central America, Pavones draw surfers from around the world.
The small port town of Golfito is a good base for sportfishing.