The South Pacific region has a high level of humidity and rainfall. This fact keeps the vegetation flourishing year round.

The area is covered with dense rainforest, presenting some of the best wildlife-viewing opportunities imaginable.

There are a lot of mangroves and estuaries along the coastline. Thanks to the large quantity of river streams, the area is completely full of biodiversity and still today is one of the wildest and least developed regions of Costa Rica, the stunning pristine beaches, the area's endless eye-catching views and captivating sunsets ensure for an insurmountable experience.

The base of the South Pacific Region lies along the Pan-American Highway, a primary entry route for cars and buses. However, you can also reach the South Pacific by traveling along Highway 34, which runs down the Pacific coast. During the dry season you can drive a 4x4 and get to the most remote places.

Many of the main destinations around the Osa Peninsula also have airports. Flights to these airstrips will make the trip faster and more convenient, departing everyday from / to San Jose and from other mayor destinations. Nature lovers, surfers and adventurers will find this region incredibly unique, a perfect getaway to the "the most biologically intense place on Earth”