The Osa Peninsula is in the very south pacific part of Costa Rica. It is known as one of the most remote parts of Costa Rica with a rich storied history.
The long stretches of serene beaches are set against the beautiful Gulfo Dulce. Several of the species found here are unique to the country. Corcovado is home to over four hundred species of birds alone. With many forms of exotic mammals, reptiles, insects, monkeys, amphibians whales and dolphins. National Geographic declared Osa Peninsula as one of the most ecologically diverse areas on the planet! Located between Golfo Dulce and Corcovado parkland, is the small town of Puerto Jimenez. Puerto Jimenez is the biggest pueblo on the Osa. South of Puerto Jimenez there’s a large expat community established with several properties and homes available for purchase. This can be an ideal place to possess a vacation or primary residence due to the proximity of Jungle in relation to the beach.
Living on the Osa Peninsula
Life on the Osa is very laid back. You can see multitudes of wildlife just by stepping outside and taking a walk. The beaches are serene and uncrowded. Surf , kayaking, swimming, fishing and boating are among the many water activities you can do while there. Hiking to the waterfalls and through the jungle , taking a horseback ride are also among the fun things to do. You will not find a lot of nightlife. There is a quaint bar restaurant named Buenas Esperanza in the Matapalo area that hosts a popular friday night market with a DJ and occasional live music.
Costs of Living
Below you will see a chart that shows the average monthly cost of living in the area. This will vary depending on how many members of your family, if any, are living with you here.
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La Palma / Drake Bay
Osa Beach House near Matapalo