The Osa Peninsula
Costa Rica's Last Wilderness
Remote and wild--this is the true jungle experience. Boat down a river through miles of mangroves and emerge onto the South Pacific Coast, all the way to a private secluded cove backed up on Costa Rica's larges reserve: Corcovado National Park.
The most biodiverse area in Central America, this is the best place in the world to see rare wildlife like tapir, spider monkeys, and even large cats. Walk among some of the last Primary Coastal Rainforest and sleep right on the edge of the jungle. Wake up to howler monkeys and watch the sun set over Cano Island.
Other highlights: kayaking in the mangroves, large animal stakeout at a watering hole, and the bat vortex.