Located on an isolated peninsula in the southern part of Costa Rica. This area is one of the most bio-diverse spots on the entire planet. The main feature of the Osa Peninsula, and that which makes it famous throughout the world, is the 42,000-hectare Corcovado National Park, home to almost 400 species of birds, 140 species of mammals, 116 species of amphibians and reptiles, over 500 species of trees, and more than 6,000 species of insects.
With 13 major ecosystems, the park protects endangered species such as the jaguar, puma, crocodile, tapir, poison dart frogs, and the harpy eagle. The expansive beaches of the Osa, especially those near Carate, where the lodge is situated, are also major nesting sites for several varieties of sea turtles. If you really want to experience a lowland tropical rainforest in its most natural state, yet also enjoy an outstanding tropical beach environment, this is the place to do it.
Recommended for nature lovers and birdwatchers, this experience is an excellent opportunity to whet your appetite. Within moments upon entering the Osa Peninsula and Carate Valley, you will encounter different habitats and also a grand diversity of birds, like Scarlet Macaw, Toucans, Turquoiae Cotinga, Fiery-Billed Aracari,Cherries Tanager, Red Legged Honeycreeper and other 290 species. With the help of experienced guides, it will be much easier to find them.