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 are some dirt roads but they are flooded almost all year. So nature lovers this is the place for you! There are some eco lodges in the area that offer great tours and packages in the middle of the forest where you will see tons of local animals.

It is also great as headquarters for your adventures in the area. From here the incredibly bio-diverse Corcovado National Park and the Cano Island Biological Reserve are just a few minutes away.

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Drake bay has the perfect tropical weather. It is warm year round but it can get rainy. The best time of the year to visit it is between December and April because they are the not so rainy months.

The setting of this place is perfect for many adventures such as:

* Scuba diving
* Snorkeling
* Canopy tours
* Mangrove tours
* Sport fishing
* Horseback
* Whale and dolphin watching tours

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Fun Fact: It is believed to be the place where Sir Francis Drake (a British pirate) hid his treasures in the 16th century.

As you can see this is the best place for people looking for a private vacation filled with adventures in the middle of the Costa Rican Jungle.

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