Bahía Drake (Drakes Bay) is a small bay on the north side of the Osa Peninsula on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. This bay is believed to be a port used by Sir Francis Drake in the 16th century. The ecolodges in this region can only be reached by boat from the little town of Sierpe. Bahía Drake is located near the boundary of the wonderful national park of Corcovado. Corcovado is a paradise for nature lovers and biologists and it is the largest national park and it has the greatest biodiversity of whole Costa Rica.