High Season in Full Swing

High Season in Full Swing

It is January on the Osa Peninsula, and the high season is in full swing. It is sunny and hot, and tourists are flowing in. The dry season is a good time to plan a lot of activities and you generally don’t have to worry about getting wet. Great activities during the dry season include ocean and mangrove Kayaking, since the sea is flat and calm. Also snorkeling is currently great, since the ocean is a clearer. Hiking in Corcovado is a bit...

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Climate around the Osa Peninsula

Climate around the Osa Peninsula

There is a lot of differences in climate throughout Costa Rica. The lowland coastal zones, such as the Osa Peninsula or Guanacaste, are generally more dry and hot, while the mountainous zones, such as Perez Zeledon or San Jose, are cooler and rainier. Here on the Osa Peninsula, we enjoy hot temperatures and beautiful sun year around. Even in the rainy season the sun shines often, and it rains usually only a few hours a day. Rainy Season Despite...

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A Dry Rainy Season

A Dry Rainy Season

Despite the common conception that Costa Rica’s rainy season is very wet – it has been quite nice here in Puerto Jimenez and Matapalo over the past few months! It has rained a bit more in October, but generally it has been a great and dry (!) rainy season. There are unusually more tourists around now than ever during a rainy season. In these month we also see lots of whales in the Gulf Dulce and it’s the perfect time to go for...

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