The colorful town of Puerto Jimenez is located on the Osa Peninsula’s southeastern coast, adjacent to the rich waters of the Golfo Dulce. Backpackers, animal lovers, and eco-tourists alike are drawn to the brightly painted buildings, inspiring wildlife, and pristine beaches of this quiet coastal town. The area’s mangrove swamps and humid rainforests are home to myriad fauna, including scarlet macaws, white-faced monkeys, caiman and ocelots.
Puerto Jimenez is an hour and a half drive from Corcovado National Park, one of the most biologically diverse regions on earth. Contact us if you need information for planning a hike or camping trip, you can also hire a naturalist guide with us (highly recommended to help spot animals while trekking through the park’s lush trails)
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