The Osa Peninsula ~ A Tropical Paradise to Explore & Enjoy
The Osa Peninsula is a special part of Costa Rica, filled with pristine rain forests, exotic wildlife and spectacular vistas. Most of the land on the peninsula is protected as National Park, National Forest and Wildlife Preserve. In fact, Rancho Dulce is located just a few miles from Corcovado National Park. From hiking and photography to sailing and sport fishing there is plenty to do and explore. And there’s always a relaxing walk along the beach.
Corcovado National Park
World famous. 285 fowl species. 139 mammal species. Minutes away.
Cano Blanca Wildlife Reserve
Island preserve off the Osa Peninsula in the Pacific.
Local market, marina and regional airport. 20 minutes from Rancho Dulce
The tip of the Osa Peninsula where Gulfo Dulce meets the Pacific. 45 minutes away
Across the gulf from Puerto Jimenez. Accessible by ferry, boat or plan. National Wildlife Sanctuary.