Sierpe is the gateway into the Osa Peninsula, which has famously been referred to by National Geographic as the most biodiverse place on the entire planet. Needless to say, nature and wildlife simply abound here. Sierpe caters to those that are looking for una experiencia autentica – a true Costa Rican experience. If you’re looking for something else, then this is not the destination for you.
Check out the 3 minute video to the left to get a better idea of what Sierpe has to offer. We sit in the middle of the largest wetlands and mangrove system in all of Costa Rica, which is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Ontop of the massive river systems we boast, we are located a short boat ride from Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve, where you can continue to explore the unmatchable magnificence of the Osa Peninsula.
Whatever the authentic Costa Rican wilderness experience you are looking for, we have it. Around Sierpe you can find vast river tributaries, wetlands, beaches, islands, tropical rainforests, waterfalls, and mountains. Some of the wildlife you can go in search of with a tour from Sierpe are:
- 4 different types of monkeys (white faced, squirrel, howler, and spider)
- Large cats (jaguars, pumas, lynxes, ocelots)
- Snapping turtles
- Frogs (a wide variety)
- Lizards (including the type that run on water!)
- Snakes (from a safe distance of course)
- Scarlet macaws
- Toucans (several different species)
- Dolphins (a variety of species)
- Sea turtles
- Flying fish
- Marlins and swordfish
- Manta rays