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.

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