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Tropical frog in Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica houses five percent of the world’s biodiversity, and the Osa Peninsula, a remote pocket of biologically intense land, is an unspoiled haven for adventure.

Hike alongside a local guide into the wilderness of the Corcovado National Park, 42,000 hectares of Pacific Lowland Rainforest that spills onto deserted beaches and where turquoise waters lap the shoreline. Move through tribally controlled areas, go in search for various bird, reptile and tree species before arriving at a remote village slipping into indigenous life.

Spend your days snorkeling through the Golfe Dulce and recline in the evening into jungle-clad accommodation, heading deeper into isolation.