Conveniently located within walking distance of all the adventure activities that are available in every corner of the pristine and natural Osa Peninsula, considered by naturalists and scientists as a gem of the Neotropics, and lauded by National Geographic.
Our personalized service, the quality of the equipment and the
of our captains make us maintain an excellent reputation.
The Corcovado National Park is home to 15 of the 30 species of endangered animals in Costa Rica. In addition, there are some 367 species of birds, 123 butterflies, 117 amphibians and reptiles, 140 mammals (5 different wild cats, including jaguars) and more than 10,000 insects. There are more than 700 types of trees that live in this park, including huge Espavel and Nazarene trees that serve as home to an abundant population of Scarlet Macaws. Even the Harpy Eagle, which was believed to be extinct, has been sighted here. Incredible sightings happen every day in Corcovado!