Naturalist paradise

With almost 3% of the Earth's flora, 323 species of plants and vertebrates found nowhere else on the planet, the largest population of Scarlet Macaws in Central America, over 4,000 vascular plants, more than 10,000 species of insects, roughly 800 species of trees, 463 bird species, 140 different mammals including 25 species of dolphins and whales, 4 kinds of sea turtles nesting on our beaches and views that simply take your breath away, the Osa Peninsula stands alone; and El Remanso is just the place to discover it from.
Our nature reserve is part of a 7,500 acre reserve called the Osa National Wildlife Refuge, which serves as a buffer zone or a forest extension of the National Park of Corcovado. Common sightings include Scarlet Macaws, all four species of monkeys found in Costa Rica, coatis, toucans, agoutis, the red-eyed tree frog, mesmerizing butterflies and tall, tall trees. Despite being quite easy to see on El Remanso property, many of them are endangered species!
El Remanso’s protected forests offer unique opportunities to experience wildlife up close, to witness the intricate interactions between species and to learn about the delicate balance of life in the rainforest.

Our very experienced naturalist guides will be more than happy to show you around and answer all your questions so that you can make the most out of your visit to the jungles of the Osa Peninsula.