Corcovado National Park
Located on the spectacular Osa Peninsula in coastal Costa Rica, Corcovado must be seen to be believed. Home to 13 major ecosystems, this is considered to be amongst the most biodiverse places on the planet. It’s a land where wild wonders abound and anything is possible. Planning a visit? It’s guaranteed to be the trip of a lifetime.
There are countless trails to trek, whilst the wonderful waterfalls and beautiful beaches here demand to be discovered. For all that it’s a gorgeous place to visit, danger always lurks and caution is advised. Thinking about taking a dip? Do be warned that fearsome sharks and crocodiles prowl the waters here.
Wet, rugged and remote, Corcovado is home to endangered creatures galore and continues to beckon conservationists and explorers alike. For those seeking a walk on the wild side, this isolated corner of Central America is just the ticket.