The small, quiet town is located about 30 km from the Pacific Ocean along the Sierpe River, just 15 km from Palmar Sur, and a few kilometers from the Pan-American Highway and the Southern Costanera Highway.
This town is the gateway to the largest mangrove reserve in Latin America, located where the river mouths of the Sierpe and Térraba Rivers join. It is home to the impressive biodiversity of native animals, birds, and reptiles, including turtles, crocodiles, monkeys, alligators, frogs, and many more. In addition to the mangrove reserve, offers wonderful fishing tours and diving expeditions.
Is the main access to Drake Bay, the Corcovado National Park, and the Isla de Caño Natural Reserve. It is located in the magnificent Diquis Valley and is a key river port, with commercial services, and many places to stay for every budget, including luxurious hotels. There is also a good number of restaurants and bars. The boat companies and hotels in the area pick up tourists wishing to explore the glorious Osa Peninsula. GOOGLE MAP
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