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Difficult to access, the Corcovado is one of the wildest and most preserved parks in Costa Rica.
Located in the south-west of the country, on the Osa peninsula, its 426 km2 of land and 55km2 of sea contains 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity. Its access and the number of tourists admitted each day are regulated, the hotels in the surrounding area have a limited impact and tourism benefits local populations. Report at the heart of tropical biodiversity!
This report was produced with the support of the European Union.