Corcovado National Park
Corcovado National Park was founded in 1975 and is located on the Osa peninsula in the south of Costa Rica. The park hosts the largest primary tropical rainforest on the planet. National Geographic calls Corcovado “one of the biologically most intensive areas in the world”. The nature reserve has an incredible diversity of species with up to 13 ecosystems, 140 mammal species, 400 bird species, and more than 100 reptiles. Moving on its paths through nature, from dense rainforests to paradisiacal beaches, is a unique experience.