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CORCOVADO 3 DAYS

This is the option for adventurers who enjoy hiking in the forest

Day 1. We leave the town of Puerto Jimenez heading to the town of Carate (the last town before the Corcovado National Park) to get there we must cross the beautiful biological corridor of Matapalo which is home of healthy populations of howler monkeys, spider monkeys and squirrel monkeys as well as white-faced monkeys. A large number of birds are observed in this beautiful area. Once in the limits of the park, we take the Corcovado trail and head to La Leona station, which shelters one of the largest populations of scarlet macaws in Costa Rica. Monkeys, anteaters and even sloths are seen in this beautiful station. We take a short break at the station and venture into the forest towards the SIRENA biological station. 16 km of route where we cross the rainforest, streams and beaches to reach our goal. Sirena parks guard station. We rest in the afternoon and enjoyed our dinner in the heart of the rainforest.

Day 2. Our second day will be to explore the wonders at the mermaid station. After breakfast we take a short walk around the station to watch birds. We dedicate our day to explore the trails of the sirena station to admire the wonderful flora of the surroundings and unique fauna that lives here. A large number of birds, coatis, monkeys, sloths, the emblematic tapir and even the impressive puma are seen roaming the Sirena trails.

Day 3. After the adventure that we have lived in Sirena we have to leave this beautiful place. With a camera full of beautiful photos and our hearts full of unforgettable memories.

A member of our team will meet with you the day before your tour to explain the dynamics of the tour, what you should bring and answer the questions that you might have. This short meeting is usually in your hotel at 6:00 pm

When you have booked the hotel, let us know. Also please let us know if you want information for accommodation in Jimenez or Drake bay

There is a management plan that protects the wildlife that inhabit the Corcovado National Park. Through a scientific study it was determined that a certain number of people can visit the national park every day. If you want to visit any park guard station in the Corcovado National Park, let us know as soon as you can so we will gladly book your space in the park.

 

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    Across the Street from the gas station. Puerto Jimenez, Osa Peninsula.
    Costa Rica.
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    (506) 8337-7982 - Office
    (506) 2735-5252 - Office