Corcovado National Park
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Corcovado National Park

It's not just the country's largest national park: The 417-square-kilometer (161-square-mile) Corcovado National Park could be described as Costa Rica's Amazon given its remarkable biodiversity. The trees here can soar higher than 75 meters (246 feet) in a rain forest filled with monkeys and macaws. As your ship sails along the west coast of the Osa Peninsula, you'll see Corcovado's endless deserted beaches, where olive ridley, leatherback, hawksbill and green turtles come to nest—and where jaguars and ocelots come to steal their eggs.

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