The Osa Peninsula is a large peninsula situated in the south of Costa Rica, between the Golfo Dulce and the open Pacific Ocean. The Osa Peninsula is famous for its extensive tropical lowland forests, covering the majority of the area. The Corcovado National Park, the Golfo Dulce reserve and many private nature reserves create a unique and large habitat for many species of wildlife, including animals, trees and plants. The Osa Peninsula is home to Costa Rica`s second largest population of Jaguars, and other large mammals include the Tapir and many more. Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp Lodge is situated in the Osa Peninsula, specifically north west of the northernmost part of Corcovado National Park. Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp serves as a perfect entrance gate to explore this amazing network of jungles, canals, rivers, lagoons and trails.