A Photo Tour of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula

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Into the Osa
Tiny prop planes are the best way to get in and around the Osa Peninsula.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Back to Nature
Sleep among the sounds of the rainforest at eco-escapes like Danta Lodge, where open-air bungalows sit secluded deep in the tropical jungle.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Mighty Foragers
Massive contingents of leaf cutter ants leave game trails across the forest floors.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Tree-top Flying
Canopy tours are one of the best ways to spot birds, sloths, and monkeys who live high in the treetops.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Playful Squirrel Monkey
From their perch in a lychee tree, these squirrel monkeys would squawk and hurl lychee rinds at passersby.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Swimming at the Seawall
Children in Puerto Jimenez spend their afternoons swimming and riding bikes along the waterfront.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Record-size Roosterfish
Rich Pacific waters around the Osa offer world-class game fishing.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Bush Planes in the Rainforest
The quickest way into the Corcovado National Park is a six-seater bush plane, which lands on the grass airstrip at Sirena station.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Wildlife Spotting in Corcovado
A local guide brings the gear and expertise required to spot elusive wildlife in the jungle.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Exotic Insects
From golden spiders and morpho butterflies to massive beetles and crickets, insects are some of the most exotic varied creatures in the rainforest.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Eco-luxe at the End of the World
Remote Luna Lodge is an unsurpassed eco-retreat interwoven deep within the jungles of the Carate River valley.
 

Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Gushing Waterfalls
Wet-season rains swell the mountain streams and create powerful cascading waterfalls.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Panning for Gold
Gold miners still eke out a living in the Carate River valley, pulling gold nuggets from the riverbed with shovels, sluices, and pans.

 
Credit: Travis Marshall 
 
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