South Pacific Tours
The South Pacific region of Costa Rica offers a variety of tours and activities that allow you to explore its lush rainforests, pristine beaches, and diverse wildlife. Here are some of the top tours in the South Pacific of Costa Rica:
Corcovado National Park: Corcovado is a vast national park known for its abundant wildlife, including tapirs, monkeys, and jaguars. You can take a guided hike to explore the park’s trails and see the many species that inhabit the area.
Cano Island: Cano Island is a protected marine reserve that offers snorkeling and diving tours to explore its coral reefs and see the many species of fish and marine life that inhabit the area.
Whale and Dolphin Watching: The South Pacific of Costa Rica is known for its resident populations of humpback whales and dolphins. You can take a boat tour to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.
Mangrove Tours: The South Pacific of Costa Rica is home to several mangrove forests, which are important habitats for many species of birds and wildlife. You can take a guided tour to explore the mangroves by boat or kayak.
Waterfall Tours: The South Pacific of Costa Rica is also known for its beautiful waterfalls, including Nauyaca and Uvita. You can take a guided tour to hike to the waterfalls and swim in their refreshing pools.
Indigenous Communities: The South Pacific of Costa Rica is home to several indigenous communities, including the Boruca and Bribri. You can take a cultural tour to learn about their traditions, customs, and way of life.
The natural beauty of the Sierpe River and the mangrove channels are breathtaking; the mangrove forest is hallucinating
Snorkel Caño Island
The Caño Island Biological Reserve is considered a world-class diving destination, and the snorkeling is no less spectacular.
If you are willing to live a wild experience and feel nature in all its splendor, Osa Peninsula area waiting for you. Encounter with a tapir on the beach,