This picture comes from Corcovado National Park coastline on the Osa Peninsula near Sirena Station. Coconut trees line the edge of the most lush jungles in the world. This beach is no swimming beach as crocodiles and bull sharks patrol these waters. Thunderclouds line the horizon as September is the beginning of the rainy season in Costa Rica.
Corcovado National Park coastline
For more information
For more information on Corcovado, read a current post by the author who returned to the Osa Peninsula in 2017.
For a different perspective on my recent trip, check out Fomo Traveler’s post. She was also along on our grueling hike to Sirena Station.
If Corcovado the difficult way does not appeal, the Fomo Travel has just the tip:
The goal of this site is to inspire people to outdoor adventure travel and then provide tips. If you liked this post then sign up for the email newsletter. Notifications go out once or twice a month with what is new with Traveling Ted’s adventures. Your email will not be share and you will receive no spam. Other e-follow options include Facebook (click on the like box to the right) or twitter (click on the pretty bird on the rainbow above).