Costa Rica - REGIONS
This area contains the mountain Paramus of the Cerro de La Muerte and Chirripó National Park which is Costa Rica’s highest peak at 12.603 feet above sea level.
It is also home to the largest concentration of indigenous people in the country – most of them retain very strong cultural traditions such as dress and ceremonies. These groups are the Guaymis, the Cabecar, Bri Bri and Borucas.
The Osa Peninsula that can be divided in two main regions North Osa and South Osa, this area hosts an incredibly rich array of wildlife and untouched rainforests, with nearly half of the peninsula comprising either national park or other forms of protected land.