Tour to Corcovado National Park, Drake Bay

Corcovado National Park was established on 24 October 1975, National Geographic has called it "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity".

You can see all four Costa Rican species of monkeys here. Bring your bird book because there are over 400 species in the area. However, it's not easy spotting them among the dense primary rainforest. Watch your step so you don't get in the way of the army ants.

Your guide will show you strange and wonderful trees such as the "Leche de Vaca" (which the Indians used to cure ulcers) and the "Walking Tree" (which actually moves several inches each year).

He will explain more or less how this special ecosystem functions, although the greatest experts admit they may know less than half of the total species that live here.

Since January 10, 2013, the Goverment is very strict with the limits in the Park, the reservations need to be in advance. If you are interested in the tour please let us know in order to do the reservation with the Goverment.

Tours available:

Tour to Corcovado - San Pedrillo Station

  • Departure time: 6:00am
  • Trip Duration: 30 min by boat
  • Walk distance: 3 Km
  • Includes visit to San Pedrillo Waterfall

Tour to Corcovado - Sirena Station

  • Departure time: 6:00am
  • Trip Duration: 50 min by boat
  • Walk distance: 5 Km
  • Here you'll have the opportunity to see more wildlife