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Top Videos for Cruise Destination Osa Peninsula–Created by Staff

Top Videos for Cruise Destination Osa Peninsula – Created by Staff. Feel Free to add, vote or provide feedback to the list.

Corcovado Rainforest - Osa Peninsula - Costa Rica

Footage from our hike through the Corcovado Rainforest on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Corcovado is considered one of the most "biologically intense" places on earth.

Wildlife Roadtrip: Costa Rica. Two Days in the Osa Peninsula

Travel For Wildlife heads to the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica for a "Wildlife Roadtrip". This video highlights some of the many species we saw in our short two day visit to Costa Rica's wildest corner, the Osa Peninsula.

OSA Peninsula, primary forest, Costa Rica

This clip is only recommended to "peace of mind" visitors who have time and the spirit to dive into the primary forest listening to the wonderful nature sound and get an glimpse of the incredible wildlife.

Exploring Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula with Andrew McCarthy | Travel + Leisure

On Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, howler monkeys rule the rain forest and locals still pan for gold. Andrew McCarthy explores the region's wild side. Read more:

Osa Peninsula

Six minutes of video through the windows of Nature Air's puddle jumpers in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. We flew from San Jose to Drake Bay to Puerto Jimenez to Golfito to San Jose.

The Boys surfing somewhere in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

John, Martin and Jon surfing the famous right point break(and fairly small that day) waves in southern Costa Rica. Not exactly hard charging action, but a really fun day was had!

Costa Rica Osa Peninsula

This is version 2 of a combination of pictures and videos edited in iMovie of our trip to Costa Rica in March 09. Myself, and three friends(Steve, Gary and Nicole) spent a total of 3 days in transit around San Jose( the capital) The other 7 days were spent down in the southern part of the country on the pacific coast just north of Panama(8 degrees above the equator, and yes the sun was very intense) .