Gloriously ensconced in rainforest, serene Drake Bay is found on the the northern tip of Osa Peninsula. It's a verdant wonderland that gets its name from the iconic British explorer Sir Francis Drake, who is believed to have used the bay as a port during his final trips to the Americas.
A protected bay that dazzles all those who encounter its wild beauty upfront, it's a wonderful spot to drop anchor at. Take a tender towards the shore and simply meander along its desolate, palm-fringed beaches, head further in to explore hidden jungle caves and waterfalls and marvel at its unique biodiversity. Drake Bay is equally perfect for kayaking through myriad mangroves as it is for going on subaquatic adventures, wakeboarding, horse riding, kitesurfing and zipping through the waters on your jet ski.
And last but not least, whilst visiting this idyllic spot, you must venture to Corcovado National Park — the country's largest — which is home to some of the world's most endangered species, with no shortage of things to see and do.
A spellbinding tapestry of tropical drama, Costa Rica's landscapes leaves yacht charter guests yearning for more. It's a wonderful destination for avid thrill-seekers, as it is for those wishing to seek heavenly solitude.
To find out more about booking a yacht charter in Costa Rica, please consult your chosen yacht charter broker. They can provide you with personalized information and advice concerning your vacation, creating an itinerary that perfectly caters to your individual needs.
Drake Bay (Bahía Drake) Photos
Drake Bay (Bahía Drake)