Corcovado National Park has been cited by National Geographic as “one of the most biologically intense places on earth.” Visitors to this park quickly discover why. The shores of the wilderness beaches remain essentially untouched. The forest is dominated by ancient, massive trees many of which are draped with thick lianas (woody vines). The park hosts all four of Costa Rica’s monkeys (this is the only region where this occurs). From the treetops near the coast, brilliant scarlet macaws screech loudly overhead. The park is home to a large variety of birds and wildlife including very secretive animals such as jaguars, tapirs, and white-lipped peccaries that are occasionally seen. With your guide, you will hike on trails that begin on the beaches and enter the forest following riverbeds that lead to waterfalls and refreshing swimming pools. This is a full day tour including a picnic lunch, transportation to and from your area lodge, and guide.
Corcovado National Park
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