The Osa Peninsula is where we finished our trip in Costa Rica. The southwest corner of the country is home to miles and miles of beautiful jungle and wilderness. It includes Corcovado National Park, many beaches, and a ton of wildlife. We spent two days exploring the peninsula. Our first day consisted of visiting Matapalo beach, getting lost in the Piro jungle, and hiking to a waterfall. On our second day, we hired a guide and explored Corcovado National Park. Check out the video of our first day on the Osa Peninsula here and Day 2 in Corcovado here!
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Osa Peninsula – Adventure Statistics
Time Required: 2 days+ to explore the peninsula
Location: Southwest corner of Costa Rica (7-hour drive from San Jose)
Distance: Approx 10km total hiking in Corcovado
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Difficulty: 5/10 – Guided tour, and well-maintained trails in National Park
Season: December to April are the dry months
Additional Requirements: Guide to enter Corcovado National Park