The Southern Pacific is Costa Rica’s wildest region, a land for adventurous travellers and home to indigenous groups living in remote areas.
This least-explored region of Costa Rica, is slowly seeing more visitors year on year, coming for the array of outdoor activities, from hiking and rock climbing in Cerro Chirripó mountain, the highest peak in Costa Rica, to world-class surfing on Dominical Beach.
Nature reserves and national parks such as the Corcovado National Park are home to a wide variety of bird and animal species including sloths, monkeys and scarlet macaws. The resplendent Quetzal can also be spotted around San Gerardo de Dota Forest.
Further south, the coast of the Golfo Dulce and the Osa Pensinsula offer picturesque and beautiful wild beaches including Bahía Drake Bay.