One of the last places in the world where primary rainforest grows to the high tide line, the Osa Peninsula is a hauntingly unique environment. This remote, lush and relatively unexplored corner of Costa Rica is home to over 2.5% of the entire world’s animal and plant species. Endangered species like Baird’s tapir, the white- lipped peccary, the Central American squirrel monkey and pot-bellied spider monkey inhabit the forests of the Osa. A place where jaguars still roam the jungles, scarlet macaws and toucans fly freely about and breeding populations of humpback whales swim by it’s shores, the Osa Peninsula holds one of the highest natural diversities on the planet, and has been described as the most biologically intense place on earth (National Geographic).
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