Entwined in an endless embrace of beauty and mystery, it’s no wonder the explorers of National Geographic magazine named the Osa: “The most biologically intense place on Earth.”

Costa Rica is a small country representing just .01% of the Earth’s landmass; however, it is home to 5% of our planet’s biodiversity. Now, picture yourself in the Osa Peninsula where more than 1 in 40 of the world’s plant and animal species are concentrated right outside your door.

Facts about Costa Rica’s flora and fauna:

  • National Parks and protected areas account for 25% of Costa Rica’s land mass
  • Humpback whales migrate from both hemispheres to visit the Golfo Dulce with their calves
  • 2,000 species of butterflies
  • 850 varieties of birds
  • 150 species of amphibians
  • 219 species of reptiles
  • 205 species of mammals
  • 10,000+ species of plant life
  • Four species of monkeys
  • Four different species of endangered sea turtles
  • Largest population of scarlet macaws north of the Equator

Botánika comes to fruition as a result of more than a decade of careful planning with an effort to minimize its impact on the land. Botánika’s landscape designers are giving back by working with local experts to replace non-native foliage with native species to re-establish migratory trails and enhance existing biological corridors – both on the ground and in the trees – so wildlife can flourish and make themselves at home here, too.

Botánika Osa Peninsula, Curio Collection by Hilton:

  • 106 Rainforest Residences
  • Clubhouse
  • Lobby
  • Technology Lounge
  • Event and Banquet Facilites
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Fitness Center
  • Spa

Marina Entitlements:

  • 150 Slip International Marina
  • Marina Village with Retail Shops and Dining Venues
  • Marina Hotel
  • Spa and Wellness Center
  • Two Story Tiki-Bar

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