SOUTH PACIFIC: DOMINICAL, CORCOVADO, SAN GERARDO DE DOTA
This area spreads from the country's highest point, the Chirripó Mount, and the Amistad National Park in the Panama border, to the Corcovado National Park and the Osa Peninsula. Costa Rica’s South Pacific has the highest percentage of land dedicated to national parks and protected areas, and is the most biologically diversity in the country. It is a remote area with virgin forests and vast opportunities for ecotourism, deep-sea fishing, and scuba diving. The Osa Peninsula offers an array of exotic birds, blue waters, and emerald green forests that spread for many miles. And let’s not forget Caño Island, 10 miles of Drake Bay… this island has been catalogued as one of the best scuba diving places in the world!