Corcovado National Park is the largest national park in Costa Rica. It’s located on the osa peninsula and it consists of lush and tropical rainforests.  Corcovado is home to many exotic plants and beautiful animals.  Corcovado national park is known for its immense  biodiversity, and you can experience this with a guided hiking tour!

Corcovado National Park is one of the richest places in biodiversity in the world and it has several biological stations; you can either get a tour to the San Pedrillo Ranger Station or the Sirena Ranger Station.

At noon you can enjoy a nice lunch and you can relax on the beach while you wait for the second tour to the waterfall to begin. The most common animals to see are the white-faced monkeys and howler monkeys, coatis, macaws, and perhaps even a tapir.

Tour length: All day

Price for the San Pedrillo Ranger Station: $140.00 p.p

Price for the Sirena Ranger Station: $160.00 p.p.

Includes: Boat transportation, entrance fee to the park, lunch, captain, guide, insurance, life jackets

Departure time: 7:00 a.m. or 7:30 a.m.

Place of departure San Pedrillo Ranger Station hike: Ballena Infocenter’s Office (Uvita Beach)

Place of departure Sirena Ranger Station hike: From Sierpe at the dock from Hotel Sierpe River

What should you bring? Sandals, hiking shoes, comfortable clothes (long pants are recommended), bathing suit, sunscreen, bug spray, camera, binoculars (if you desire) and a plastic bag to keep electronic items dry if necessary.

Observations: The tour operates with a minimum of 6 persons.

Children 4 to 9 years old pay $85.00 p.p

Children under 3 years old are free of charge

If the tour departs from Sierpe, transfer is included in the price round trip.