The Osa Peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean on the southwest coast of Costa Rica. The area’s diverse geography includes beaches, lowland rainforest, mountains, and rainforest. More than 80 percent of the land area is protected by Corcovado National Park and holds a wealth of endangered plant and animal species. Miles of unspoiled beaches are complimented by lush mountainsides teeming with wildlife. Remote and pristine, Cabo Matapalo—where Punta Jaguar is located-- lies at the southern tip of the Peninsula and is a secluded destination perfect for honeymooners, surf lovers, sand lovers, nature lovers and lovers in general.