The Osa Peninsula boasts 2.5% of the entire planet’s biodiversity. Close to the incredible Corcovado National Park, Caño Island Biological Marine Reserve, Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, and Terraba Sierpe National Wetlands, Drake Bay is the perfect location to experience up-close encounters with whales, dolphins, turtles, sloths, monkeys, birds, and other wildlife.
We recommend bringing lightweight, quick-drying clothes and waterproof bags, waterproof jacket or poncho, sport sandals or water shoes, waterproof cameras, etc. if you plan on taking tours that you will get wet, such as the river tours, and comfortable closed hiking boots/shoes for the hiking tours. Also water is a must if on hiking tours, so bring your own hydration kit, or bottles. The general rule for how much water to bring when hiking is as follows:
All boat landings are wet, so Teva type sports sandals or water shoes are a must. It is a good idea to have an additional pair or any items that are not quick drying.