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Corcovado National Park represents Central America’s premier stretch of coastal primary rainforest. Located in the south-west of the country the park was established in 1975. Home to numerous mammals including the elusive jaguar, there are hundreds of different tree species and nearly 400 different birds. Considering its importance, the park receives far fewer visitors than its counterparts in the north; there are only a handful of lodges and visitors are rewarded with a more intense jungle experience.

Ten miles off the coast, Cano Island is an incredibly diverse marine reserve. There is an abundance of life, including whales, dolphins and colourful fish along with a high concentration of coral.