Corcovado National Park, which covers about one third of the Osa Peninsula, is one of the country’s best natural spectacles, pristine and beautiful. Birds, mammals, insects and amphibians thrive here, in one of the world’s most bio-diverse locations.
On the southern side of the Osa Peninsula is the Golfo Dulce. This 'sweet gulf’ is a home to resident bottlenose and common dolphins and is used as an annual nursery by humpback whales and their young before they embark on their long ocean voyages.
Reasons to visit Corcovado National Park and Golfo Dulce include:
Corcovado National Park
Surrounded by nature, this is an opportunity to escape the trappings of 21st Century living. Pure paradise on the Osa Peninsula.
The lodge consists of attractive bungalows, 2 outdoor pools, a restaurant, bar and 170 acres of grounds near Corcovado.
Accessible only by boat, this lodge has a distinct wilderness feel but your every need will be catered for.
Enjoy a huge range of activities from El Romanso Lodge on the beautiful Osa Peninsula
Escape all the trappings of a fast-track modern day life and get away from it all at La Leona Eco-lodge, on the Osa Peninsula.
This enchanting eco-lodge occupies a prime position on the bio-diverse Osa Peninsula, close to the Corcovado National Park.
A gorgeous eco-lodge set amidst landscaped gardens at the edge of the Golfo Dulce in Piedras Blancas National Park.
Time: GMT -6 hours
The flying time is about 12 hours from the UK. There are now direct flights from the UK using British Airways. We work with all the major airlines and can offer flights from the UK or via the USA, Panama or a European hub. With the connection times you are looking at around 15 or 16 hours.
Language: Spanish is the official language. English is widely spoken throughout Costa Rica
Not required for British travellers. Other nationalities should obtain advice from their embassy.
There are no compulsory vaccinations.