Southern Pacific Region
The Southern Pacific Region of Costa Rica is relatively undeveloped. With a lack of industries and little infrastructure, you will find mostly quiet villages and lots of nature and jungle.
This unspoilt region includes the Osa Peninsula, which contains the largest contiguous rainforest in Central America. Costa Rica’s only marine reserve is also located in the region. The Marino Ballena National Park was established in 1989 and is a well-known spot for whale watching.