With a mountain backdrop and the ‘Rio Morete’ that runs through the town center, the small city is surrounded by nature, and offers easy access to beaches, rivers and the mountains nearby. Essential services can be found in Uvita like banks and hardware stores, truly everything you need to take care of business. It is an urban center that has been preparing for expansion. New services and families are beginning to settle their roots. And the town is perfect as a home base for professionals looking to get away, and for travellers alike. Enjoy Uvita and Bahía, typical ‘Tico’ towns close to the beach and to Mother Nature.
The Corcovado National Park lies in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica, on the Osa Peninsula. It is the largest of the parks as it encompasses one third of the Osa Peninsula. Continue reading
To walk the Whale’s Tail you can enter the Marino Ballena National Park via Bahía, located in the neighbouring town of Uvita. The tombolo, locally known as the Whale’s Tail, is a famous natural barrier reef that was created by the forces of two rivers on either side of the reef, which due to the currents has formed and maintained the shape of a whale’s tail when viewed from above. Continue reading
Hike lush rainforests, howl with howler monkeys, relax with a sloth, sing with birds, and investigate millions of insects during your tour of Corcovado National Park in the Osa Peninsula Corcovado National Park which is famous for holding 3% of the biodiversity on this side of the planet. Continue reading
In the Southern Pacific of Costa Rica, we are blessed with brown sugar beaches that stretch the length of the mountainous coast. If you are an explorer at heart, you will delight with all we have to offer. We’ve got waves to ride, room to breathe, and beaches to stroll upon. Below are our top highlights. Continue reading
It covers several eco systems: There are dry forests in the lowlands and virgin mountainous or cloud forests at higher elevations. Also there are two volcanoes, Orosi (4,879 ft/ 1,487 m) and Cacao (5,443 ft/ 1,659 m) located in the park. Continue reading