The Parque Nacional Corcovada on the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica is an area of beautiful and immense biological diversity and features deserted beaches, some with waterfalls, tall canopy trees and lots of wildlife including tapir, ocelot and margay.
Protected from the Pacific Ocean by the Osa Peninsula the smaller part of the Park is located on the eastern shore of the gulf, near to Golfito, while the other part lies on the Pacific coast of the Osa Peninsula and can be reached from the little town of Puerto Jiminez, on the western side of Golfo Duce or from San Josecitas in Drake Bay on the Pacific coast.
Corcovado's rain forest are by far the most exuberant in Central America - 500 different variety of trees grow here. The Park is home to Giant Anteaters, Tapirs, Sloths and a few big cat species, like the Jaguar, Ocelot, Pumas and Margay. Four species of Monkeys live in the trees overhead: the Howler, White-Faced Capuchin, Spider and Squirrel Monkey. It also protects the largest population of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica, plus its home to at least 375 other species of birds, 140 mammals, 116 of amphibians and reptiles, 40 types of fresh water fish. Plus 6000 - 10,000 different kinds of insects including 220 species of butterflies!
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