Peninsula de Osa...the south re-discovered
Puerto Jimenez is one of the top destinations in Central America. This is not a coincidence.
Nature takes a whole different meaning and down-south a fresh new angle. If you are thinking of paradise, where sea and rivers merge in a way you can't find on Pinterest, then come to Osa.
It's a long and exhausting drive. So FLY.
Fly with us and feel the #Skyway experience. Our Expedition-type Aircrafts seat 19. Twin engines make the ride fast, smooth and solid. Twice a day we take you to and from Puerto Jimenez with the most experienced crew, and the best aircrafts in Costa Rica.
Once you are there: Trip Advisor and the popular travel Blog "Two Weeks in Costa Rica" name a few of the preferred choices for your incredible stay.
Set amid the Bay of Golfo Dulce, you will have dozens of options once you get there...
Video credits to Drink Tea and Travel:
TWV: "The Osa Peninsula is literally covered with rainforest, much of which is protected as part of the famous Corcovado National Park. Puerto Jimenez is one of the two main jumping off points for visiting Corcovado, the other being Drake Bay on the Pacific side of the peninsula.
Getting to Puerto Jimenez
Part of the appeal of Puerto Jimenez is that it is an off-the-beaten path destination. The two primary ways to get there are by driving or taking a domestic flight/small plane. From the international airport in San Jose, it’s a long seven or so hour drive down the coastal highway and out onto the peninsula. While the roads are all paved, there’s not much around once you get past the small city of Palmar Norte. Many people who add Puerto Jimenez to their itinerary make it their last stop after visiting other destinations along the Pacific Coast, like Manuel Antonio or the Costa Ballena. They then fly back to San Jose to save time. Flights are much faster, taking only about an hour."
Travel and Leisure says: On Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, howler monkeys rule the rain forest and locals still pan for gold. Jutting off Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast, the Osa Peninsula is still a primitive paradise of rain forests, empty beaches, and backwater settlements. The rough-and-ready town of Puerto Jimenez, on the banks of the Golfo Dulce, is the area’s main hub. It’s an unglamorous burg of a few thousand where dogs wander free, scarlet macaws squawk from trees, and Ticos pedal bikes slowly up and down the unnamed main street.
So... FLY. Do it the #SkyWay
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