South Pacific

The South Pacific, sweeping south from Sierpe and into the Osa Peninsula – National Geographic’s “most biologically diverse place on Earth” – is the land that time forgot. Here, electricity is rarer than spotting a sloth in a tree, and monkeys outnumber the people. This is unfiltered Costa Rica. This is a place of isolated beaches and lush rainforest, of craggy mountains and rock islands – a spectacular patchwork of raw natural beauty, of startling biodiversity, and of unruly habitats that have changed little over the centuries.

Popular Destinations in South Pacific:

Corcovado National Park-Puerto Jimenez Travel Guide

Situated in the Golfo Dulce, on the Southern tip of Costa Rica, Puerto Jimenez is the largest town in the Peninsula de Osa, and it is considered the gateway to the one of the most renowned National Parks in the world, Corcovado National Park. Our Puerto Jimenez travel guide fills you in on what you …

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Sierpe and Drake Bay Travel Guide

The Drake Bay and Sierpe area used to be a biologist-only playground, where scientists would come from around the world to study its immense biodiversity. Today, our Sierpe and Drake Bay travel guide helps you plan your escape to what has become Costa Rica’s ultimate escape destination for nature lovers – an escape of white …

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