Category: Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.

Cano Island National Park Biological Reserve, Costa Rica

Cano Island national Park is located off of the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. It is popular among travelers because of its beaches, coral reefs and marine life. The money they get from visitors and donations is used to help the reef … Continue reading

An adventure on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica

There are many stories about how remote yet interesting the Osa Peninsula is. Articles in the internet assure that it was a great place for adventurers. Since I’m always looking for new and fun things to do with my family … Continue reading

All About Costa Rica’s Corcovado National Park

Costa Rica National Parks can be a great place to visit for a dream vacation for you because of its natural beauty and appealing wildlife. Costa Rica, meaning “Rich Coast” is one of the most naturally gifted countries with an exceptional … Continue reading

7 Adventures to be Had In Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica

Puerto Jimemez is a small town that can be found in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. This 700 people town is really close to attractions like the country’s highest mountain and is the perfect place to go sport fishing … Continue reading

Facts and 7 Activities of Drake Bay, Costa Rica

Drake Bay in Costa Rica is one of the most secluded places of the country. It is located on the northern tip of the Osa Peninsula and until recently it could only be accessed by boat or plane. Now there … Continue reading

Carate Beach on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

This town in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica is naturists’ and outdoor enthusiasts’ secret hideaway. With undeveloped beaches and lush mountain backdrops, Carate’s natural beauty and rich wildlife helps you forget all about the stresses of life. Discover the … Continue reading

Sierpe, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica – Photo Essay

Sierpe, Costa Rica is a small town located in the Osa Peninsula. It is a laid back place to visit in your way to the Corcovado National Park. Find more beautiful towns in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. Sierpe … Continue reading

Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica – Photo Essay

Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica is the largest town on the Osa Peninsula. It is the main port area with some of the best fishing to be done. It’s also close to Corcovado national park. The beaches here rock and the … Continue reading

Sloth Center, Cahuita – Photo Essay

Cahuita, Costa Rica has a unique place where injured and orphan sloths are taken care of until they are able to go back out to the forest. This is definitely a place you must visit, your heart will melt! Find … Continue reading

Matapalo Beach, Costa Rica – Photo Essay

Matapalo Beach on the Osa Peninsula od Costa Rica, is one of those completely empty, somewhat difficult beaches to get to. But that’s the beauty of it. Completely undeveloped! Get information about the best beaches in Costa Rica. Road to … Continue reading

Must See and Do’s in Cahuita

There are tons of things to see do in each Costa Rican region and it can get a bit hard to decide which ones to visit. Here is a list about things to do in and around the Cahuita National … Continue reading

Cano Island, Costa Rica – Photo Essay

Cano Island is considered to have the best snorkeling in the country. It’s located off of the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica about a two hour boat ride from Drake Bay and Sierpe. You can only get here by boat … Continue reading

Travel Experta’s Interesting Facts – Drake Bay, Costa Rica

Drake Bay, located on the northern tip of the Osa Peninsula, is one of the most remote and peaceful destinations in Costa Rica. The most common way of getting here is by boat. It is known as the northern gateway … Continue reading

Photo of the Week – Sunset at Cano Island

This is one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful sights for me: A sunset from a tiny island off of Drake Bay – Cano Island, on the Atlantic Ocean. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

Travel Experta’s Interesting Facts – Dominical Beach in the South Pacific Region of Costa Rica

Dominical, a tranquil beach town 28 miles south of Quepos, might become your favorite hideaway. It is a place of breath-taking scenery and killer waves that has escaped the mass development on other Pacific Coast beaches of Costa Rica. Wildlife … Continue reading

Spotlight Costa Rica – Jinetes de Osa in Drake Bay

Jinetes de Osa is a beautiful hotel located in Drake Bay, Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. This is a small intimate hotel in the middle of the rain forest and in front of the beach, perfect for honeymooners looking for privacy. … Continue reading

Spotlight Costa Rica – La Paloma Lodge in Drake Bay

Drake Bay. What is that? Let me tell you that it’s one of the best areas in Costa Rica to relax and forget about the rest of the world because of its remote location and beautiful beaches that blend with … Continue reading

Wandering the Osa Peninsula – Costa Rica’s Wildlife Gem

Guest post from Travel Blogger and friend Beth Whitman of Wanderlust and Lipstick I wasn’t quite sure what I was getting into when my husband and I decided to head off to the Osa Peninsula. I had remembered years earlier … Continue reading

Corcovado National Park – The Most Biologically Intense Place on Earth

When you think about the naturally rich countries in the world, Costa Rica is bound to come up as one of the top. Costa Rica, meaning Rich Coast is one of the most naturally gifted countries with an exceptional tourist … Continue reading

Photo Friday: Playa Dominical, The True Surf Town In Costa Rica

No I’m not a surfer. And have no immediate plans to become one. As much as I sooooo respect surfers, I’m deadly scared of waves. However, we didn’t know this before arriving to this surfer’s hot spot. Nor did it … Continue reading

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