Area: 54.539 ha land, 2.400 ha sea
Situation: south-eastern part of the peninsula de Osa
Climate: a lot of rain – 6.00mm, warm
Open: Daily 8:00 AM - 4:00PM
Information: phone 2735 5580
The peninsula de Osa in the south of Costa Rica hosts one of the most diversified regions on the earth, the Corcovado national park. More than 5000 different species of tropical trees and a huge wild population of the endangered Great Green Macaw can be found in this conservation area. We recommend travelling to this national park by light aircraft and the company of a nature guide who is familiar with this region.
The Esquinas National Park, also known as the rainforest of the Austrians, is situated in the north eastern part of the region Golfo Dulce. With the help of donations – mainly coming from Austrians – endangered rainforest is purchased. Part of the money raised is used to fund and maintain the Esquinas Lodge and the biological research station La Gamba (further information can be found in the section ”projects”). Every Amadeus client receives a certificate (symbolical) representing the acquisition of a further 100 square meters of endangered rainforest.
We would like to thank all our guests who have been travelling with us since 1994 in the most beautiful time of the year - their well-deserved holidays. When developing itineraries for groups and individual travelers, selecting our local service partners and caring about the well-being of our guests, we always focus on the highest possible quality standards. Since the founding of Amadeus Travel, we have been committed to sustainable tourism as the only long-term viable form of tourism, e.g. through our social commitment, visiting and supporting private and state nature reserves as well as the training of our team and experienced, fully licenced tour guides.