Corcovado National Park
Corcovado National Park is the main protected area of Costa Rica's south. “Los Patos”, one of its three entrances, lies at a distance of 10 kilometers from Finca Köbö. The other two entrances are “La Leona” and “San Pedrillo”.
The Osa Peninsula, where the park is situated, is considered one of the places with the greatest biodiversity on this planet and is arguably the most untouched region in Costa Rica.
The National Park was created in 1978 and extends over approximately 42,000 hectares.
Thousands of visitors a year come to explore the fauna and flora of this beautiful region.