Corcovado National Park
The Corcovado National Park on the Osa Peninsula has been rightfully labeled by National Geographic as one of the most biologically intense places on the planet. This Pacific lowland rainforest is home to jaguars, tapirs, scarlet macaws, monkeys, and an unimaginable abundance of other rainforest animal and plant species. There are many different hiking trails and entry points into the park. You can hike for a few hours or embark on a trip that will last for several days. However you choose to explore this outrageously beautiful place, you must have a professional guide with you.