In the heart of the rainforest within the Osa Peninsula, you will find over 350 species of exotic bird. The vibrant blues, reds and yellows of the Lapas create a dancing pattern among the treetops accompanied by whimsical birdsong. Rise early and head out with your naturalist guide before the daily hum begins, or discover the habits of the nocturnal animals after dark.
The Cano Island off Drake Bay is a haven for Whale Sharks and Turtles, making a fascinating diving spot. Explore the Osa Peninsula and its clear waters during the months of December to June, or follow the whales as they migrate down the coast in August.
Experience a sense of wild, rugged freedom as you step outside your ocean-view casita and hear the guttural roar of howler monkeys through the trees. The flora and fauna make Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula unlike any other place on earth, and the best way to experience it is from a rustic casita blended into the treetops.