Puerto Jimenez is the most important metropolis at the Osa Peninsula, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. The city is located at the Golfo Dulce close to the Corcovado National Park. Also close to the city is the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, wherein sightings of scarlet macaws, toucans and trogóns are commonplace. During the 1960s, Puerto Jiménez turned into a haven for gold mining and logging. Today it's far a popular traveler destination because of its proximity to the national park, and has an lively nightlife with several bars and restaurants. The metropolis also boasts a supermarket,
numerous garb and shoe stores, a bakery, an art gallery, and numerous other shops. There are several inns and hostels in Puerto Jiménez, along with Lunas Hostel, Cabinas Jimenez, and Crocodile Bay Resort. The town is served with the aid of the Puerto Jiménez Airport. It is the 1/3-busiest airport in Costa Rica, with 35,745 passengers in 2014. As of 2005, Puerto Jiménez had a populace of 6,815.