From Coopesilencio we headed to the beautiful, remote, and hot Osa Peninsula. The Osa is on the political map for more development. Many locals fear this development as they do not want it to turn in to the Nicoya Peninsula and the Osa is a huge wild life . Halfway there we made a fun stop to tour, lunch, and zip line at Hacienda Barú.
We got to the Osa early evening and checked in to the Danta Lodge for the next 3 nights, which is a very creative and pretty lodge. The next morning we hiked for a few hours in the heat to an indigenous community. The hike was more of a warm up and prep for us as we will hike 8 hrs 12 miles in the next 2 days for a 2 night camping trip at Corcovado NP. Click here for more pix.