Top 5 Reasons To Travel To The Osa Peninsula

white face monkey in the osa peninsula of costa rica

1. Plants and Animal Lovers

rainbow at the whale resort vacation home in the osa peninsula of costa rica

2. Weather

  • Tropical weather is the classification of the Osa Peninsula
  • The weather is some of the most enjoyable in all of Costa Rica
  • The average max temperature year round is 90.08 degrees
  • January: 91
  • February: 92
  • March: 92
  • April: 91
  • May: 90
  • June: 89
  • July: 89
  • August: 89
  • September: 90
  • October: 89
  • November: 89
  • December: 90
  • The average min temperature year round is 71.66 degrees
  • January: 72
  • February: 71
  • March: 73
  • April: 73
  • May: 73
  • June: 72
  • July: 71
  • August: 71
  • September: 71
  • October: 71
  • November: 71
  • December: 71


3. Corcovado National Park

  • There are 13 major ecosystems such as lowland rain forest, high land cloud forest, jollilo palm forest, mangrove swamps, also coastal marine and beach habitats.
  • Very good chance of viewing Baird’s Tapirs, Jaguars, Scarlet Macaws, Harpy Eagles, Red-backed squirrel monkeys and White-lipped Peccaries.
  • 23 miles of golden sand beaches that are lined with palm trees and are uncrowded. You may not see another person on the beach the same time as you.
  • Every think of rinsing off in a waterfall? Well, you can definitely do that at Corcovado National Park.
  • Over 40 species of frog live in Corcovado National Park
  • If you love trekking, hiking and camping Corcovado National Park is the perfect place to do these activities.
  • Our camping areas have restrooms, hand wash laundry areas, and outdoor showers


4. Whale Watching

  • Northern Whales start arriving in the Osa Peninsula during October and stay till the end of April.
  • Southern Whales start arriving in July and leave in November
  • The Golfo Dulce has an abundance of Humpback Whale births since there is little threat from larger predators
  • Some of the humpback whales come from as far as Antartica. (11,500 miles away)
  • You can sometimes see the calves jump to the top of the water for air.
  • If you are lucky you can even watch the mother teach its calf how to breath and dive down.


5. Deep Sea Fishing

  • Marlin, sailfish, roosterfish, tuna, wahoo, and Mahi Mahi that can be caught throughout the year.
  • The Osa Peninsula proves to provide world record catches year after year
  • The water gets more than 1,000 feet deep in some places
  • Very pristine and healthy surroundings for the fish is why the Osa Peninsula is able to produce so many records
  • There are sightings of whale, sharks. sea turtles, manta rays and marine birds will make your experience one to remember