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If your are in the search for a great tour experience in Corcovado, then we have the best tour option to visit this intense-wild jungle. Corcovado National Park is one of the destinations with the largest number of wildlife and habitats in Costa Rica. Moreover, the Sirena Station is the best spot in the park to really appreciate the most intense jungle of all the area. In fact, having a trekking expedition along the coastal rainforests and beaches in the park makes this one of the best experiences a visitor could have in our country and probably of many others too.
This outstanding journey takes you through trails passing beautiful beaches, primary rainforests, and rivers witnessing the abundant wildlife that many magazines mention. Make your inquiry and we will help you arrange your upcoming trekking expedition, taking care of every detail so you can just enjoy your visit to the park.
Due to the particular climate conditions of the Osa Peninsula, the trek to Corcovado involves constant showers even when you have read the Pacific Coast has dry season from the end of December to the end of March. The trek requires people to be used to this type of conditions and to have done previous hikes like this one. Guiding in Corcovado is mandatory. We provide experienced local guides with license who will take care of factors like the tides so you can have the best trekking journey.
Arrival in Puerto Jiménez of Osa. We provide transportation from the local airport so just make sure you provide the flight details so we can have the driver waiting for you in time. You may book your local flight with Sansa Airlines. Please, make sure you book your flight from the “Juan Santa María” International Airport (IATA code SJO). You will have to flight to the local airport in Puerto Jiménez. We will arrange the first night of your stay in a hotel where you can meet the guide and take the shared transport the next day.
Make sure you have everything you need to take with you to the park ready. All those items you do not need during the trek you may leave them at the hotel. Please, leave them at the reception the day before so you do not get in a hurry on this day. Meet the guide and take the shared transport to Carate. Please, check the “what to bring tap” on this page so you bring all what you may need.
Once you have arrived in Carate, the hike starts heading towards Sirena Station. Please, open your eyes as many species might appear just in front of you. Even underground, we mean sea turtles may hatch at the moment you pass by (during hatching season). We will pass in front of la Leona Station, you may recharge you bottle of water if you need to. Continue through beaches and trails through the forests where monkeys, macaws, pecaries, tamanduas, and many others may appear along your way. Sandalls are appropriate for this hike since you will cross several streams and beaches. Sandalls will easly dry and drop sand. After the intense journey, the Sirena Station will show up. A deserved rest today, have dinner and have enough sleep for a new day full of nature.
Today, the guide will take you through the trails in the park, and visit the different spots for watching the abundant wildlife in this virging forests. Take mosquito repellent since they are abundant in this area, sunblock may be required too if you visit the beach or the river. Take your camera to keep record of this abundant jungle.
Today, we return trough the same trail all the way to Carate. Transport to Puerto Jiménez where you will spend one more night (or more if you wish to stay longer).
Meals (Day 2: Dinner ; Day 3 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ; Day 4: Breakfast
Note: Please, take some food while on this trek for the days 2 and 4 as you do not have them included because you will be walking.
With how much time in advance should I book my spot to Corcovado?
You may contact us as soon as you have decided your dates. Reservations open up a month before the date you enter the park, but we prefer to have everthing ready (including full names and passport numbers) for the date those become available.
Can I cook my own meal at the station?
No, cooking is not allowed. We include meals at the station in our packages.
Is guiding mandatory to visti Sirena Station?
Yes, but we arrange all those aspects with certified and experienced guides.
Distances is 14,5 km from the entrance to the base camp.
Local guide is mandatory.
All meals required are included.
Difficulty is medium (for people with previous similar distances).
You can get to puerto Jiménez by Public Bus from San José (Transportes Blanco terminal), by rental car, by boat from Golfito or by plane from any destination from which Sansa Airlines fly.
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