With a footprint of a replacement 22 hectares, Puri Mas borders the Corcovado National Park.
The park is referred to, by National Geographic and many scientists, as the most biologically intense place on earth. It is the last patch of original tropical rainforest remaining in Pacific Central America. The wide diversity and presence of endangered find species is due to its remoteness and little disturbance by humans in the past.
The Corcovado National Park protection extends into Puri Mas, which is located on the valley slopes of the Rio Barrigones and boasts spectacular views of the forest canopy.
The peaceful silence at Puri Mas is accentuated by the scarlet macaws, toucans and many other bird species. Howler monkeys, squirrel monkeys, white faced capuchin, spider monkeys, some being seriously endangered, are all home to the area. Pumas, jaguars, ocelots, coatis and many more leave their footprints here…