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Go horse riding, Tico style. Saddle up and ride bit-less with one of the Cruz family's sure footed, strong and nimble horses. Meander through Dos Brazos and other local villages, cool off with a splash in the river, or take the trail right up into the forest itself. Experience a unique viewpoint and get close to the rich diversity of the environment.  There is a variety of horses and trails suitable for all ages and experiences.

The Osa Peninsula contains some of Costa Rica's most beautiful topside scenery, and a horseback riding tour is ideally suited to help you see it.

Costa Rica, Osa Peninsula, Matapalo Tree.

^ Hand of the ancient Panama tree (Sterculia apetala) on a jungle-beach trail leading toward one of my favorite surf spots.

Corcovado & Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica  The biological diversity in the area is huge, much of it protected since 1975 as the Corcovado National Park.  The park is particularly excellent for spotting rare tropical forest mammals, especially margays, ocelots, tapirs and even – on occasion – jaguars.

Corcovado & Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Corcovado & Osa Peninsula is just one of the places you could visit on your tailor-made trip to Costa Rica. Let Audley help you to create your perfect itinerary

Take a tour to see Sea Turtles nesting along hundreds of kilometers of beaches.  Sunrise reflected on the water behind and Olive Ridley on  Playa Ostional

Olive Ridley returning to the Pacific after laying eggs on Playa Ostional a few minutes north of Nosara Beach Costa Rica

Osa Peninsula jungle in Costa Rica, one of the most biological diverse places in the world.

Osa Peninsula Travel Guide: Information and In-depth Tips for Visiting

Guide to visiting Osa Peninsula. Information about the peninsula, the different towns, things to do, road conditions and hotels.

Muelle Puerto Jimenez at sunrise

Muelle Puerto Jimenez at sunrise

Río Celeste, Costa Rica Sights | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature

Río Celeste, Costa Rica Sights | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature