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This park is really close to the center of Golfito town.
When we arrive, it was a very nice surprise to see so many monkeys on the trees canopy, we did a very nice trail that crossed some streams and there is a beautifull waterfall,...More
This is not ready for prime time. It appeared that the trails were cleared a day or two before. No animals, no birds and very hot and humid. I think it has some promise, but not yet. Not even hummingbirds.
One hike was very easy. Saw spider monkeys but not anything else. Surprised there weren't more birds. 2nd hike was to a waterfall and it was challenging, having to cross small fast moving streams. One person in our group fell in the water and another...More
Beautiful from the air. The Golfo is clear and beautiful, one of only three tropical fjords in the world, with Corcovado National Park on one side and Piedras Blancas on the other. Both are spectacular parks, well protected and full of wild life.
Some reviews for this place are mixed up for Osa Wildlife Sanctuary. Golfito Wildlife Refuge is a protected area managed by SINAC- MINAE. I recommend this place for birdwatchers and travelers wanting an easy hike in secondary and primary rainforest. Trails are well maintained and...More
One of the prettiest places I have been in my entire life. I would honestly have my ashes spread here after death if that was an option-- it leaves THAT kind of impression on you. What more can you say?
Golfito itself is a very small town and a walk reveals a good internet cafe and a rusting steam loco as the main highlights. Tours start from the harbour where the cruise ship docks and the trip to the National Wildlife Refuge commences on a...More
There were two parts to our walk with our guide one to a waterfall and a shorter circular walk. It was a hot day but it was good to be mainly under the tree canopy. We saw a variety of wildlife and heard lots more!...More