Corcovado National Park

Corcovado National Park is comprised of an enormous 103,290 acres (41,800 ha) of tropical rainforest. The largest of Costa Rica’s parks, it encompasses about a third of the Osa Peninsula and embraces an unbelievable amount of its biodiversity.

Corcovado Park represents a very diverse population of flora and fauna, including 10% of the mammals found in the Americas. Declared a protected area in 1975 to prevent the harvest of precious resources.