Wildlife and Wild Landscapes in Corcovado National Park
Set on Costa Rica’s verdant Osa Peninsula, the Corcovado National Park is one of the most bio-diverse spots on the planet. The 161 square miles here encompass old-growth lowland rainforest, mangrove swamps, cascading waterfalls, and 23 miles of Pacific-coast beaches—and too countless bird, animal, and plant species. Travelers here are almost certain to see toucans, macaws, spider monkeys and white-faced capuchins; it’s also still possible to glimpse tapirs, and, very rarely, jaguars.
To maximize encounters with wildlife, all Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Costa Rica & Panama itineraries are led by trained naturalists.
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