A 45-minute domestic flight provides spectacular views of Costa Rica’s diverse landscape, including the mountains, farms, rivers, Pacific Ocean, Osa Peninsula, and finally, the stunning Golfo Dulce.
The last portion of your voyage is a scenic boat ride into the heart of the tropical rainforest. Our friendly team meets you at the local airport to take you on a stunning 30-minute boat ride to Playa Cativo.
With its 35,000 acres of tropical rainforest, Piedras Blancas National Park protects some of the last remaining stretches of undistributed lowland primary rainforest in Central America.
Experience 750 species of trees, 140 species of mammals, over 390 species of birds, 117 species of reptiles and almost 10,000 species of insects.
Playa Cativo’s idyllic location sits beside over 1,000-acre private reserve with rocky points and ridge tops encircling a mile of pristine beachfront closed off from the mainstream world.
Our ongoing research and conservation programs allow long-term studies to understand the status of the different flora and fauna species of the tropical rainforest, including the Wildcats Monitoring program, Coral Reefs Restoration Program, Mammals & Birds Population Programs, and many other upcoming initiatives that will help us preserve biodiversity in the region.
Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica is a mesmerizing gulf renowned for its remarkable biodiversity and untouched natural allure.
Nestled amidst lush rainforests and mangroves, this idyllic paradise beckons with its tranquil waters teeming with vibrant marine life, making it a haven for both leisurely sport fishing and awe-inspiring wildlife encounters.
Serving as a gateway to pristine protected areas, this coastal gem also embraces charming communities and offers boundless opportunities for thrilling hikes and immersive wildlife observation. With its unwavering commitment to eco-tourism and groundbreaking marine biology research, Golfo Dulce stands tall as a coveted destination for those seeking an unforgettable exploration into the wonders of nature.