The La Leona Ranger Station is located at the southern most tip of the Osa Peninsula. This entrance is particularly popular with people coming from Carate and Puerto Jimenez. This 3.5-kilometer beach walk starts in Carate all the way to Leona. There are camping areas but tents are not provided. You will also need food and cooking equipment. From here you can continue on the same trail to the La Sirena Ranger Station. It is flat parallel to the beach and even pass by an old miners settlement and graveyard!
Drake Bay is located on the North Western coast of the Osa Peninsula and is where the Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp is located. This is the perfect place from which to explore this unique and beautiful area and daily tours are available from Drake Bay to the Cano Island and Corcovado National Park. Getting to Drake Bay is half the adventure, travelers choose to hop aboard a domestic flight or come in by boat through the mangroves up the Sierpe River.
The Osa Peninsula, situated in the south of Costa Rica between the Golfo Dulce and the open Pacific Ocean and is famous for its relative lack of development and biological diversity. In fact, it was declared “one of the most biologically intense places on earth” by the National Geographic Magazine. This is undoubtedly Costa Rica’s top spot to witness life at its wildest, and serves as a home for some of the most endangered animals in the country.