Drake Bay Costa Rica
Drake Bay Costa Rica is on the Osa Peninsula and only 12 miles (19 km) from the world famous corcovado national park. National Geographic declared this region as one of “the most biologically intense places on Earth”. In 1579 Sir Francis Drake sailed into the bay that today bears his name. Drake Bay Costa Rica boasts pristine beaches, lush forests and untouched wilderness that will make you believe that paradise does exist. This is also a great jump off point for many other adventures. Drake Bay Costa Rica will let you explore amazing underwater scenery and practice a multitude of water sports. Observe playful monkeys, go horseback riding, explore the waterfalls and stroll across beaches. Drake Bay Costa Rica is the destination of humpback whales from September to January. The best way to get to Drake Bay Costa Rica is by plane, since it would take approximately 11 hours to drive here from the capitol and it’s only recommended in dry season. Drake Bay Costa Rica is a tropical paradise where you can come to clear your mind from everyday concerns.