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Enjoy Osa Unforgettable Tours

Discover and live the best experience in Costa Rica!

About Us

We are a professional team that precisely knows the South Pacific of Costa Rica’s tourist product.
Whether you are looking for an experience alone, with your partner, or with your family, we can recommend the best to make your adventure unforgettable.

Are you looking for tours, transport, health and wellness services, lodging, or restaurants? We look forward to helping you!

Enjoy Osa pura-vida-costa-rica

Pacific Ocean

PTO. jIMÉNEZ. Corcovado, DRAKE, ISLA DEL CAÑO

South Pacific costa rica

Mangroves Wildlife

Golfo Dulce Costa Rica

gateway to pavones

The Perfect Surrounding

Come and enjoy Osa “Pure Life” in a destination that offers extraordinary natural and cultural attractions. The experience of reaching the South Pacific by crossing the majestic Cerro de la Muerte or along the Costanera is excellent.

The destination offers accommodations, gastronomy, nightlife, outdoor activities, parties, and transport services satisfying the most sophisticated.

The promotion of its natural treasure funds the country’s strategy. According to studies, the South Pacific Tourist Unit stands out for having the most incredible intensity in biodiversity of flora and fauna (it is home to 3% of the species on the planet).

This, together with the quality of the services to the visitor, leads to an increase in visits to the South Pacific of Costa Rica, currently showing a positive tendency above the national average.

The Baru River is the main gateway to Costa Ballena and the South Pacific to enjoy beaches, waterfalls, hikes, archaeological sites, bird watching, reptile observation, and wildlife observation in the mangroves, adventure in the ocean, kayaking, rafting, surfing, rappel, sport fishing, botanical gardens, diving, whale watching, horseback riding, canopy, and many more adventure experiences.

The South Pacific hosts varied attractions, among them: the Chirripó Park, the Talamanca Mountain Range, an extensive coastal coastline (390 km), the Golfo Dulce, the Corcovado National Park, the Isla del Caño Biological Reserve, the Piedras Blancas National Park, the Wetland Térraba Sierpe, the Archaeological Sites, the Indigenous Territories, the Marino Ballena National Park, and many private property conservation areas.

MANGROVE WILDLIFE

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Tell us about your trip requirement. We’ll work together to customize your trip to meet your exact requirement so that you have an unforgettable trip.

Costa Ballena

Costa Ballena, a String of Most Precious Beads, each Perl a Long-stretched Beach. 

The Beaches of Costa Ballena are lined up like pearls on a thread along the pristine coastline. Each has its quite contrasting characteristics for you to explore and always wanting to return to your favorite waterfront.

You can swim in the shallow waters. You can also walk on the sandy beach or along the shaded paths of the Ballena National Marine Park. Kayaking into the caves is a great adventure. Enjoy a picnic under the shade of a coconut tree, and watch the crabs and seabirds. It will make you forget your stress and worries.

However, be very careful with the ocean; most of the South Pacific coast has strong currents. If you happen to be caught by a wave that pulls you out to the sea, let yourself go and try to swim back parallel to the beach.

Water temperatures in the South Pacific are between 23 to 28 degrees C, making them ideal for water sports.
Before you sit down for your picnic under a palm, look up, and make sure the coconuts are not right above you. Otherwise, they could fall on your head.

Costa Ballena Costa Rica
Night Hike

Sierpe

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, it offers wonderful fishing tours and diving expeditions. 

It 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.

Mangrove Wildlife
Enjoy Osa Wildlife
San Josecito, Parque Corcovado
Cano Island Snorkeling Tour

The Osa Peninsula

The Osa Peninsula is located on the southwest coast of the Costa Rican Pacific Ocean, bounded by Coronado Bay to the north and Golfo Dulce to the south. The Osa Peninsula in the South Pacific Coastal Region has unique attractions: lush jungle, waterfalls, beaches, mountains, nature, and varied wildlife. The Osa Peninsula is home to 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity and more than 50% of the biological diversity of Costa Rica; it is one of the regions with the most incredible biodiversity in Costa Rica and the world. It is home to many endemic birds. The Osa Peninsula appears included in “South Central American Pacific slope-021”, one of the sites identified by the American Bird Conservancy as an endemic bird area. Despite being an area of relatively small size, it has many tropical habitats: rainforests, coastal wetlands, mountain forests, and others. This region has established the famous Corcovado National Park, the largest protected area of Costa Rica. According to National Geographic, it is “the most intense World biologically active area” in reality. It is one of the places with the most incredible biodiversity.

Golfito

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 golfo Dulce bay and a hill and consists of two parts, the city proper and the 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.

Golfito, Golfo Dulce

Enjoy your next fishing catch!

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