Golfito is within the Golfo Dulce at Pacific Ocean, Osa Peninsula. Boats cross from Golfito to Puerto Jimenez and is an access point to the Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park.
The town lies on a narrow strip of land between the eponymous bay and a hill and consists of two parts, the city proper and shopping area to the south and a residential area near the port.
The town offers small marinas, yachting and boating services, sport fishing, and a destination for cruise ships. Much of the tourism in the Golfito area focuses on the sportfishing industry. Many lodges and hotels have their sport fishing boats and captains. Yachting, boating, water sports, and beach activities are also possible. The beaches south of Golfito: Playa Zancudo, Pilon, and Pavones offer excellent surfing.
There are many things you can do in Golfito, such as dolphin and whale watching boat tours, horseback riding, hiking tours to the Golfito Wildlife Refuge or the Piedras Blancas National Park, and it’s also a famous spot for bird watching tours and sportfishing. GOOGLE MAP
These are other trips.