The Osa Peninsula is considered the most preserved and fascinating part of Costa Rica. It was presented by the National Geographic as “The most intense biologically place on earth” with more than 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity.
It is mainly composed of forest. The largest tropical rainforest on the Pacific coast. It is the habitat of many endemic and/or endangered plant and animal species such as the Baird’s tapir, the jaguar, the puma, the ocelot… and half of the birds observed in Costa Rica.