Travel South to the Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park, described by National Geographic as one of the most biologically intense places on earth. A short 45 minute local flight from San José will bring you to Drake Bay, were the adventure begins! Take a scenic boat ride along the South Pacific Coast, arriving to Sirena Ranger Station.  A 2 night stay at the dormitory rooms of Sirena Station is the best way to maximize your wildlife viewing at this natural sanctuary, walking the park´s trail system with your own private local guide. Tapirs, anteaters, scarlet macaws, toucans, pumas, and the 4 species of monkeys that exist in Costa Rica are just a few of the animals you will most likely encounter during your visit. After this unparalleled experience depart  Sirena by boat, and arrive to the Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp, were you can continue with your exploration of the wild Osa Peninsula. The tarp-roofed shelters of your private tent will keep you cool and dry, while the elevated wooden palette gives you a spacious front porch, allowing for a complete immersion of your natural surroundings. Take part on a guided Boat Tour and Snorkeling Experience at the extraordinary Caño Island, a forested island biological reserve with a beautiful light sandy beach and waters that protect an abundance of marine life, best appreciated by snorkeling or diving. Enjoy some leisure time, where you may choose to further explore the area, by hiking or using the lodges complimentary ocean kayaks, or just opt to relax facing the impressive views of the South Pacific Ocean.

Duration: 7 days/6 nights
Destination:  Corcovado National Park, Drake bay
Dates and pricing: Contact us for more information

Day 1: San José arrival transfer to Hotel Crown Plaza
Day 2: Flight to Drake Bay & boat to Sirena-Corcovado National Park (B,L,D)
Day 3: Corcovado National Park trails (B,L,D)
Day 4: Boat transfer to Corcovado Adventure Tent Camp (B,L,D)
Day 5: Boat and snorkeling in Caño Island (B,L,D)
Day 6: Flight to San José. Hotel Parque del Lago (B)
Day 7: Departure transfer to San José International (B)

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