Osa Peninsula


Escrito por: María Pía Chaves Las Cataratas de Nauyaca se encuentran en Dominical, en el Pacífico Sur de Costa Rica. A solo 35 minutos del Aeropuerto de Quepos, por lo que podés tomar un vuelo desde San José y estar allá en menos de 20 minutos, listo para vivir esta aventura. Estas espectaculares cataratas son [&hellip

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Llegás Volando: Cataratas de Nauyaca


By María Pía Chaves. One of Costa Rica’s more diverse ecosystems is located in the Peninsula de Osa, in the country’s south pacific coast, a ten hour drive from the capital San José or a 37 min flight to Puerto Jiménez. The National Park boats 13 major ecosystems that range from highland cloud rainforest to [&hellip

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Corcovado National Park


The waters around Cocos Island are teeming with marine life, including sharks. Image by Jeff Rotman / Photolibrary / Getty Costa Rica’s thriving forests and abundant wildlife have made it a premier destination for eco-travelers, but the country’s lesser-known offshore environments teem with life and have just as much to set the spine tingling. Sadly, [&hellip

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Costa Rica’s top five marine adventures



Located in South Pacific coast, the Osa is home to the Corcovado National Park. Scientists refer to it as the most biodiverse land in the world. When Travel & Leisure Magazine finally granted Costa Rica the cover story in 2013, the destination most emblematic of a tropical wonder of yesteryear was undoubtedly the Osa Peninsula. For [&hellip

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In case you didn’t know, Costa Rica’s whale-watching season is upon us! July marks the arrival of humpbacks in the southern Pacific, here for another season of mating and calfing. (I guess even whales like to honeymoon in Costa Rica!) Costa Rica’s Drake Bay, on the Osa Peninsula, is home to the longest humpback whale-watching [...]

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9 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Humpback Whales


Water is the source of life and its nurturer. It has the power to ferociously destroy life and then gently recreate it. This liquid elixir gathers in the high country, often collecting in lakes, and sometimes flowing to the sea through an intricate series of streams and rivers. There is no more important resource on [...]

Riverbed Mining Destroying the Rivers and Wildlife of Osa Peninsula