Corcovado National Park - San Pedrillo Station

Corcovado National Park is a reserve on southwest Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula that protects varied tropical ecosystems. Considered one of the world's most biodiversity regions, its wildlife includes scarlet macaws, trogons, toucans, tapirs, jaguars, four types of monkeys, sloths, anteaters, and much more

San Pedrillo is the closest Corcovado National Park Ranger Station to Drake Bay, Costa Rica and the 20 minute boat ride from Drake Bay offers possible sightings of dolphins and other marine and aquatic marine life, passing an island nesting spot for the Brown Booby.

Our bilingual naturalist guide will lead a 3 hour hike through the primary and secondary forest, locating and explaining the extensive rainforest wildlife and flora.

After a lunch at the park ranger station, there is a second shorter hike to a beautiful waterfall – bring your bathing suite for a refreshing swim in the cool clear water!

We recommend that you bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, bug repellent, binoculars, bathing suit and most importantly hiking shoes.

The cost is $110,00 per person. Included: transfer, tickets, guide and lunch.

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Corcovado National Park - Sirena Station 

Corcovado National Park is a reserve on southwest Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula that protects varied tropical ecosystems. Considered one of the world's most biodiversity regions, its wildlife includes scarlet macaws, trogons, toucans, tapirs, jaguars, four types of monkeys, sloths, anteaters, and much more.

La Sirena  Station is where you will find the ranger station headquarters and it is the heart of the Corcovado National Park. Located right on the coast, you can stay overnight at this station before continuing on throughout the rest of the park.  This is the hardest station to get to, But it is the only station situated on the Corcovado plain, where wildlife is more easily observed.

The boat trip, will take approximately an hour and a half.

We recommend that you bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, bug repellent, binoculars, bathing suit and most importantly hiking shoes.

The cost is $124,00 per person. Included: transfer, tickets, guide and lunch.

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Caño Island

Cano Island is a significant historical archaeological site for Costa Rica, where two of the mysterious perfectly round spheres from the pre-Colombian era were discovered along with other historical items.

 

The Cano Island’s virgin waters are some of the bluest in the country, and are home to a spectacular variety of stunning marine flora and fauna as well as some gorgeous coral reefs. Rated as being the best underwater adventure diving and snorkeling spots in the world, the Cano Island Biological Reserve are also home to a huge variety of fish as: needlefish, angelfish, triggerfish, whales, sea turtle and sharks and you can see all these in this snorkeling tour.

 

Two trails are available in Cano Island for light hiking, the first trail leading to the site of many of the archaeological discoveries, where a few representative artifacts still remain, and the second to a beautiful lookout on the south side of the island.

We recommend that you bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, bug repellent, binoculars and bathing suit.

The cost is $96,00 per person. Included: transfer, tickets, guide and lunch.

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