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Geographical Situation

A few interesting facts:

The Osa Peninsula includes the largest rainforest, the biggest trees, the largest mangrove, and the largest number of macaws in all of Central America. The Peninsula is a natural treasure where fifty percent of all animal and plant species in the country can be found. And this despite the fact that the Osa Peninsula makes up only 3% of Costa Rica’s landmass.
The Golfo Dulce, whose calm, warm waters border the property, is one of only four tropical fjords in the world. It is the only place on earth where humpback whales from the northern and southern hemispheres give birth.



There are two seasons in the Osa Peninsula: a dry season from December to April and a humid season during the rest of the year. The average temperature is 28°C (82.4°F)

Getting Here

International flights generally arrive in San Jose.

Once in San Jose, you can come to Puerto Jimenez by car (roughly seven hours on newly paved roads) or by airplane (one hour flight from San Jose). Airplanes land in Puerto Jimenez village located only five minutes from the house.
If you plan to go on excursions, we recommend that you rent a car from Solid Rent-A-Car in San Jose or in Puerto Jimenez.


Google Maps Location

The exact location of the house is indicated by the marker.