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  • Writer's pictureKatrina Julia

One Day in Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica: Itinerary to Transform and Travel

Updated: Sep 11, 2021

Hello to the Pura Vida once again! If you didn't know, I left Atlanta, GA in 2020 to travel to Costa Rica for my first stop for my travel to 7 Continents.

In 2016, I came to Costa Rica for the first time with our transformational retreats and knew I wanted to come back to discover new parts of Costa Rica. Earlier in 2021, I came to Costa Rica for about three months visiting La Fortuna, Monteverde, Manuel Antonio, and Escazu near San Jose.

What an adventure!

Before I left Costa Rica last time, I knew I wanted to travel to Costa Rica again to explore new parts of the country, partner with travel brands for digital marketing projects, and create retreats with influencer marketing.

During the summer, while I visited Tulum, Mexico three months, I decided to travel to the Osa Peninsula in the south of Costa Rica when I returned for the third time. My third time in Costa Rica ended up including a press trip and digital marketing project for a month to the Osa Peninsula.

National Geographic describes Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula as “The most biologically intense place on earth.”

No matter how much time you have in Costa Rica, visiting the Osa Peninsula for even a short visit is well worth the trip. Let's talk about what I recommend for One Day in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.