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Camera traps

There are camera trap records since 2011, there is evidence of the presence of the 5 species of wild cats present in Osa, among other species in danger of extinction. The aim is to determine the number of spotted felines that are identified according to their pattern of spots and it is expected to define,

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Who we are?

Tamandua Ecotourism Project is located within the tropical forest in the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, very close to the border with the Corcovado National Park, on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Several hectares of primary forest are currently protected, accompanied by bungalows, trails, waterfalls and rivers for responsible enjoyment. Additionally, several non-profit scientific research projects

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Species inventory

This is an ambitious long-term project, species photographs of species are being collected by managers, visitors and volunteers. There is already a preliminary list of birds, mammals, trees, amphibians and reptiles. With a species inventory it will be possible to characterize and compare the biodiversity of this place with other ecosystems, as well as evaluate

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We are the saviours of planet Earth






The Osa Peninsula, located in the southern part of Costa Rica, is home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity and more than 50% of the national biodiversity. It is the largest continuous forest on the Pacific Coast in Central America.
We are very fortunate to live in such a natural place and we would like to share this privilege with our visitors through this project that seeks to develop community-based rural tourism combined with research and biological monitoring activities, providing an excellent service in teaching and protecting the rich biodiversity that surrounds this small paradise.