1. Marina Bahia Golfito
2. Puerto Jimenez
A folkloric fisherman town where you can get a taste of the local, rural day to day, small-town life. It also has traditional restaurants, services and is centric point to a lot of beaches and eco-adventures.
3. Golfo Dulce
Sitting between the Osa Peninsula and Costa Rica’s southern pacific coastline, Golfo Dulce hugs pristine beaches, rivers and the most intense biodiversity on earth. Be amazed by it’s sport fishing, world-class waves and countless natural sanctuaries.
Just a quick boat trip away, exists one of the best (and longest) lefts in the wave in Costa Rica: this world-famous surf destination is a beautiful tropical paradise for wave enthusiasts and eco-adventurers.
5. Caño Island
Jump on a boat, and head to one of Costa Rica’s best diving and snorkeling spots. Just 12 miles offshore Drake Bay, this biological reserve is a must for eco-adventurers.
6. Drake Bay
A small jewel of a bay on the Osa Peninsula’s south east coast: it boasts a natural beauty that has stood the test of time since it was discovered by Sir Francis Drake in the 16th century: we recommend you discover it for yourself.