South Pacific Region Information
The South Pacific Region of Costa Rica is distinguished by verdant jungle, rushing rivers, sprawling valleys, and towering mountains that drop right into the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Packed with amazing natural attractions in its wondrous waterfalls, primary forest canopy, vibrant vegetation and awe-inspiring wildlife. You could easily exhaust your entire vacation exploring this region and have fun doing it.
Things To Do
Main Attractions / Towns
|Boruca Indian Reserve||Cabo Matapalo||Cano Island|
|Chirripo National Park||Corcovado National Park||Drake Bay|
|Golfito||Pavones||Marino Ballena National Park|
|Playa Dominical||Puerto Jimenez||San Isidro|
Where To Go From Here
Once you have experienced all there is to do in the South Pacific Region you can either head south into Panama or start the trip north into the Central Pacific Region. Manuel Antonio's world famous National Park, Jaco's exciting nightlife and the luxurious resorts of Herredura are awaiting your arrival. To get to the Caribbean coast you have to travel back to San Jose and the Central Valley if you are traveling by car or bus. Charter Flight can get you to any region of the country very quickly.
Enjoying a Snack
Zancudo & Golfo Dulce
How many toucans do you see?
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