Drake Bay, South Puntarenas.

Discovered in the 16th century, Bahia Drake offers natural beauty that has withstood the test of time. It is located on the north side of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, and poetically enters the Pacific Ocean. Isolation, impressive vegetation and calm waves continue to describe this scenario, despite its growth in tourism in recent years.
You can access the Corcovado National Park and perform a large number of activities along with nature. of the main places of interest that you do not want to miss is the Corcovado National Park. With more than 39 kilometers of beaches and 13 major ecosystems – including the last forest of old wet growth on the Pacific coast of Central America, this park is Costa Rica’s most prized possession. It is the largest national park in the country, covering almost a third of the Osa Peninsula that is home to a rich biodiversity. You will have a good chance in detecting some endangered species, such as the jaguar, the Baird’s tapir, scarlet macaws and white-nosed peccaries.

With miles of beaches, spectacular hidden lagoons, this region offers a wide range of activities for the whole family to enjoy a relaxing day on the beach or venture on steep trails in the Corcovado National Park. Bahia Drake is an ideal place for those looking for a quieter vacation in Costa Rica.

Drake Bay, South Puntarenas.
Drake Bay, South Puntarenas.