Osa Peninsula lies along one of the lowest sections of Pacific coastline, contained within the province of Puntarenas.
Osa Peninsula is where ecotourism meets beach getaway. Drake Bay offers first-rate amenities and tours of all kind, including sportfishing and bug viewing. Then, just inland, begins Corcovado National Park. Tourists are treated to one of the most diverse sections in one of the most diverse countries in the world. 140 species of Costa Rica's mammals live in this 41,000 hectare protected area, along with 500 species of trees, and 13 varied ecosystems! This is truly a one stop vacation destination.