Flight Information

  • The Corcovado National Park, where you will find the Osa Peninsula, is home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity and 50% of Costa Rica's wildlife, making this one of the most biologically intense places on earth.
  • The rainforest is thriving with life, from healthy trees to colorful birds to the endangered tapir, making the conservation efforts of this region extremely important.

What to expect

  • learn about the lodge’s ecological mission and set off on a hike through the surrounding rainforest. Along the way, we’ll set camera traps to record the movement of wildlife along the biological corridor that runs through the area.
  • The data that is collected from these cameras will directly benefit the Savegre Tapir Project
  • Participate in a reforestation project by planting native trees.