The Osa Peninsula, one of the most biodiverse places left on the planet, was declared Corcovado National Park in 1975. It was to this diverse region that the Scientific Exploration Society approved expedition came in July 2015.
The expedition ended with a Burns Supper. The Carate people relished the Stahly’s tinned haggis brought specially from Scotland and listened attentively to the odes and traditional speeches given by Tom (in full dress!), Perry and Villa.