Welcome to Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica
“The most biologically intense place on Earth” — National Geographic Magazine
Join us for the Costa Rica fishing or eco-tour vacation of a lifetime. There is no other place where you will feel more connected to the natural world than when you’re on the Osa Peninsula, where the edge of Costa Rica’s largest coastal rainforest meets the Pacific; and, at its heart is Crocodile Bay Eco-Resort. From the moment you arrive, a once unattainable world of adventure will unfold before you like the calm and welcoming waters of the Golfo Dulce.
Osa Penninsula Quick Facts
- 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity is outside your front door.
- Costa Rica is 200 times smaller than the United States and the Osa constitutes a mere 3% of Costa Rica—yet the Osa has the same number of plant and animal species as the entire United States.
- Four different species of endangered sea turtles come to nest here.
- All four species of monkeys found in Costa Rica thrive here, along with the largest population of Scarlet Macaws north of the Equator.
- Central America’s largest remaining Pacific lowland rainforest and 50% of all plant and animal species in Costa Rica can be found here.
- Just-Caught Ocean to Table Dining
- This is the center of the “South Central American Pacific Slope,” which is classified as one of the most important endemic-bird areas in the world.
- Crocodile Bay is easy to get to from anywhere in the Americas via San Jose Costa Rica International Airport (SJO).