A Corcovado Tour for one night and two days is focused on wildlife observation, photography, and information about the flora and fauna of the area. Part of this tour is done in the ocean, home to several species of dolphin and seasonal whales. The beautiful coastline is part of the tour and seabirds.
Sirena is the station with more wildlife in Corcovado National Park, and therefore we have chances to see tapirs, two species of wild pig, one species of deer, several species of rodents, two species and anteater, four species of monkey, caimans, crocodiles, birds, reptiles, and arthropods.
There are six feline species in Costa Rica, and Corcovado reports four of them so far, however, a cat sight is a rare event, and the ones that are occasionally seen are pumas, and ocelots are seen in fewer opportunities.
With all this, it is extremely necessary to mention that wildlife is unpredictable and that we do not guarantee any specific sighting.