Corcovado overnight and day tours are the most wanted activity by nature lover from all over the world.
Here we have put different options for you to enjoy this incredible place.
One night at Sirena Ranger Station, Corcovado National Park
This is an all-inclusive activity and one of the most wanted by travellers seeking an experience like no other in nature.
One night Corcovado tour at San Pedrillo Ranger Station
This activity is all-inclusive. San Pedrillo station has an impressive primary forest, waterfall and it is right on the beach, Known as the land of felines.
Sirena and San Pedrillo Station overnight tour in Corcovado
This is an all-inclusive activity. Here you will enjoy the hight activity animals of Sirena Station and a very old primary forest in San Pedrillo.
3 days overnight tour-intense experience thru Corcovado National Park
This is an all-inclusive intense experience thru Corcovado. Visit 3 stations in one of the best experiences ever for nature lovers.
Carate, La Leona, and Sirena
Day tour in Corcovado National Park-Sirena ranger Station
You will not have to worry about anything else than enjoying this activity in the core of Corcovado National Park.
Day tour at San Pedrillo station in Corcovado National Park
San Pedrillo hast one of oldest primary forests in the park, and the combination of it with the waterfall, and a station located on the beach is just amazing.
The best way for you to know about us is from other travellers who have experienced Corcovado National park with us.
How much wildlife Corcovado National Park has?
In Corcovado National Park inhabit 500 tree-species out of the 900 tree species found in Costa Rica, 6,000 species of insects, 140 species of mammals of 251, and 390 species of birds of 900, and 116 species of amphibians and reptiles and 40 species of fish.
Some of the most frequently viewed wildlife includes tapirs, spider monkeys, howler monkeys, and squirrel monkeys, and anteaters.
220 species of butterflies, sloths, crocodiles, poison-arrow frogs.
Olive ridley sea turtles, leatherback sea turtles, hawksbill sea turtles, and Pacific green sea turtles come to Corcovado National Park to lay their eggs on the beach.