Sleeping area at Sirena
The platforms are 1 meter away from the ground and have a baranda. The green net is used during the rainy days so the rain spray does not get in.
Bathrooms & restrooms area at Sirena
The bathrooms and restrooms are properly build and cleaned everyday.
Corridors above the ground
Even though Sirena the station is built above the ground it is always recommended to walk around with a flashlight during night time.
Restaurant area at Sirena
The restaurant platform is also in the open air with barandas and above the ground. There is no better way to enjoy of a jungle meal.
San Pedrillo station
This station is located right at the beach and to sleep here it is necessary to camp.
Sunset from San Pedrillo station
This is a rain-season sunset with Caño island on the background.
Bunk beds at Sirena Station
The beds are cleaned everyday. There is a pillow, a mosquito net, and clean blankets included in our overnight tours.
La Leona Station
La leona station is right at at the beach. This place has a high level of animal activity and is worth to visit on a day tour.
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Corcovado Tour

Overnight Tours & Day Tours in Corcovado National Park

From Drake Bay, Puerto Jimenez & Sierpe

Corcovado Overnight Tours and Day Tours is a section dedicated to all activities that are possible to do in Corcovado National Park. If you do not find an activity the fits to needs, just let us know and we will put it together for you.

Corcovado Overnight Tour In Sirena Station-2 days

(2 days-Drake Bay-Sirena Station-Drake Bay)

First day:

This trip leaves Playa Colorada, Drake Bay at 6:00 am for a 50-minute boat ride to Sirena beach. From the beach, we go to Sirena Station because we need to drop the luggage not needed during the hike so we start exploring trails.

Hikes are walked at a casual pace to allow time for observation and asking questions. Lunchtime is around 10:30 am for roughly an hour. After resting another walk takes place until 5:30 pm, ending back at Sirena Station.

Second day:

The next day starts at 5:00 am for a sunrise hike followed by breakfast at the station at 6:30 am. After breakfast, we’ll go to pack everything to have it ready to depart when the time comes. We’ll continue hiking until lunch at the station at 10:30.

The boat leaves Sirena´s beach from 11:30 am to 12.30 pm, arriving back to Drake Bay around 2:00 pm.

  • Entrance fee.
  • Accommodation.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.
  • Closed-toed shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Snacks.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Headlamp or extra flashlight.
  • Bring enough water for the tour.
  • We recommend you to book the activity at least two months in advance since the spaces are sold mostly two months before.

$278 per person without meals (2 people minimum)

$258 per person for groups from 3 to 6 people.

Price per meal per person:

  • $12 brunch per person.
  • $25 dinner per person.
  • $20 breakfast per person.

 

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour In San Pedrillo Station-2 days

(2 days-Starting and finishing in Drake Bay)

First day:

The Corcovado Overnight Tour to San Pedrillo Station begins at Playa Colorada, Drake Bay at 6:00 am for a 30-minute boat ride to San Pedrillo Station.
Once there we proceed to drop the luggage not needed during the hike and to set up our tents. Then we’ll start exploring the trails.

The hikes are done at a casual pace to give you time for observation and asking questions. Lunchtime is around 12:00 noon for roughly an hour. After resting, we’ll continue hiking until 5:30 pm, ending back at San Pedrillo Station.

Second day:

The first walk of the next day starts at 5:o0 am for a sunrise hike followed by breakfast at the station at 6:30 am. After breakfast, we’ll pack everything and take the luggage to the boat launch site. You’ll continue hiking until lunch on the beach at 12:00 pm. Our departure boat leaves San Pedrillo beach at 1:00 pm, arriving back to Drake Bay around 1:30 pm.

  • Entrance and camping fee.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Camping equipment.
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.
  • Closed-toed shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Snacks.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Headlamp or extra flashlight.
  • Bring enough water for the tour.
  • We recommend you to book the activity at least two months in advance since the spaces are sold mostly two months before.

$255 per person without meals (2 people minimum)

$230 per person for groups from 3 to 6 people.

Price per meal per person:

  • $20 lunch per person.

 

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour (Carate, La Leona Station-Sirena Station-Los Patos Station) 3 Days

(3 days-Beginning from Puerto Jimenez and finishing in La Palma, Puerto Jimenez)

First day:

The colectivo departs from Puerto Jimenez to Carate at 5.30 am. From Carate it is one hour along the beach until La Leona station.

From la Leona station, it is around 8 hours to get to Sirena ranger station depending on the tide by the time the group reaches Sal Si Puedes which is a piece of beach that gets blocked when the tide is high making travelers wait until it gets low enough to keep going.

Once at Sirena station, the guide helps you get your spaces where you will be spending the night. Another short walk takes place if there is time and energy for another walk.

The latest you can be outside walking is until 6.00 pm. And dinner is served at 7.00 pm.

Second day:

During this day the walks are short and thru the trails around Sirena Station.

The early walk begins at 5.30 am and, having breakfast at around 7.00 am. The time back to the station is at 9.00 am for a 30 minutes rest. Then, the next walk ends at 11.00 md at the station for lunch.

The rest is for about 2 hours and the next walk takes place. This walk can last until 6.00 pm, and dinner time is at 7.00 pm.

Third day:

This day the walk starts at 5.00 and the time to make it to Los Patos Ranger Station is 9 hours more or less. This walk is a bit demanding. The guide stops on the way for breakfast, rest, lunch, and drink some water.

Once at Los Patos Ranger Station a taxi picks the group up and takes you to la Palma which is a 1-hour ride. From La Palma, it is possible to take a taxi until Puerto Jimenez that last 20 minutes or a bus.

  • Entrance and sleeping fees
  • transportation from Puerto Jimenez to Carate by colectivo.
  • Transportation from Los Patos Station to La Palma the last day.
  • A bilingual tour guide (English-Spanish).
  • Bunk bed, mosquito net, clean blankets, and a pillow.
  • Drinking enough water and bringing good sources of energy is very important.
  • If you think that it would be challenging for you we would recommend you to choose one of the other options.
  • A dry bag would be very useful to protect electronic devices.
  • Booking at least will make it sure to get your spot since the demand for this high.  

 

How difficult is this activity?

This activity includes long walks on the beach and thru the forest (irregular areas sometimes).

Corcovado National Park is hot, humid, and rainy during the wet season.

The walk-thru Los Patos is done in the forest and it can be muddy during the rainy time of the year.

$405 per person without meals-2 people minimum

$380 per person for groups from 3 to 6 people.

 

Price per meal per person:

  • $20 breakfast per person.
  • $12 brunch per person.
  • $25 lunch per person.
  • $25 dinner per person.

 

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour (Carate, La Leona Station-Sirena Station) 3 days

(3 days-Beginning from Puerto Jimenez and finishing in Drake Bay)

First day:

The colectivo departs from Puerto Jimenez to Carate at 5.30 am. From Carate it is one hour along the beach until La Leona station.

From la Leona station, it is around 8 hours to get to Sirena ranger station depending on the tide by the time the group reaches Sal Si Puedes which is a piece of beach that gets blocked when the tide is high making travelers wait until it gets low enough to keep going.

Once at Sirena station, the guide helps you get your spaces where you will be spending the night. Another short walk takes place if there is time and energy for another walk.

The latest you can be outside walking is until 6.00 pm, and dinner is served at 7.00 pm.

Second day:

During this day the walks are short and thru the trails around Sirena Station.

The early walk begins at 5.30 am and, having breakfast at around 7.00 am in the forest. The time back to the station is at 9.00 am for a 30 minutes rest. Then, the next walk ends at 11.00 am at the station for lunch.

The rest is for about 2 hours and the next walk takes place. This walk can last until 6.00 pm, and dinner time is at 7.00 pm at the station.

Third day:

The walk begins at 5.30 am. and breakfast is taken at around 7.00 am at the station. The walk starts again at around 9.00 am after preparing all the backpacks and get ready to take them with you towards the boats when you are back from this hike.

After the backpacks are set, the guide will take you on another short walk to come on time to have lunch at the station, pick up your belongings and head towards the boats. The boat ride to Drake Bay starts at 12.30 pm and it can take around 1 hour.

  • All the entrance and camping fees.
  • A bilingual tour guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation from by colectivo from Puerto Jimenez to Carate.
  • Transportation from Sirena beach to Drake Bay (Agujitas town)
  • Bunk bed with clean blankets, a pillow, and a mosquito net
  • Drink enough water in.
  • Bring energy bars for the way or snacks.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Something to cover your head.
  • Hiking shoes.

 

How difficult can this activity be?

This tour involves walking along the beach, thru the forest, and in the wet season, some of the trails are muddy. It is normally done by people of all ages, however, if you see that it might be a bit difficult for you we recommend you and activity entering and leaving thru Drake Bay.

$425 per person without meals.

$400 per person for groups from 3 to 6 people.

 

Price per meal per person:

  • $20 breakfast per person.
  • $12 brunch per person.
  • $25 lunch per person.
  • $25 dinner per person.

 

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour (Los Patos Station, Sirena Station) 3 Days

(3 days-Beginning from Drake Bay or Puerto Jimenez and finishing in Drake Bay)

First day:

The taxi departs from La Palma to las Patos at 6.00 am in the morning, and it takes around an hour for the taxi to reach Los Patos Station from where the walk starts. This hoke lasts around 9 hours, and the guide stops for breakfast, lunch, and water.

The arrival time to Sirena ranger station is around 5.00 pm. Dinner is served at the station at 7.00 pm.

Second day:

During this day the walks are short and thru the trails around Sirena Station.

The early walk begins at 5.00 am and, having breakfast at around 7.00 am. The time back to the station is at 9.00 am for a 30 minutes rest. Then, the next walk ends at 11.00 md at the station for lunch.

The rest is for about 2 hours and the next walk takes place. This walk can last until 6.00 pm, and dinner time is at 7.00 pm.

Third day:

The walk begins at 5.30 am. and breakfast is taken at around 7.00 am. This early walk ends at around 9.00 am to prepare all the backpacks and get ready to take them with you towards the boats at 12.00 md.

After the backpacks are set, the guide will take you on another short walk to come on time to have lunch at the station, pick up your belongings and head towards the boats. The boat ride to Drake Bay can take around 1 hour.

 

  • Entrance fees and sleeping fee.
  • Bilingual tour guide.
  • Dinner at the station on the first day.
  • Breakfast, box lunch, and dinner at the station on the second day.
  • Breakfast at the station on the third day.
  • Transportation by taxi from La Palma to Los Patos Station.
  • Transportation by boat from Sirena Station to Drake Bay.
  • Bunk bed with mosquito net, clean bed clothing, a pillow.

 

  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Protection against the sun.
  • Comfortable clothing for walking.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Hat.
  • Drink enough water.
  • Bring things to snack.

 

 

Is this visit to Corcovado a difficult one?

This hike involves a long hike of 8 hours from Los Patos station to Sirena Station. This walk can be muddy during the wet season but it has been done by people of all ages with no problems, however, we recommend you to take our advice in case that you consider that it could be challenging for you.

$426 per person without meals.

$401 per person for groups from 3 to 6 people.

 

Price per meal per person:

  • $20 breakfast per person.
  • $12 brunch per person.
  • $25 lunch per person.
  • $25 dinner per person.

 

 

Day Trip Corcovado National Park Sirena Station-1 Day

(Beginning and finishing in Drake Bay)

This trip begins from Drake Bay at 6:00 am for a 50-minute boat ride to Sirena beach, the entrance to Corcovado National Park. Here we’ll briefly prepare ourselves and begin our hike in the surrounding of the Sirena forests.

We’ll take a break at Sirena Station where restrooms are available. Around 12:00 pm we’ll return to the boat launch for lunch, and depart shortly thereafter at 12.30 pm. We’ll return to Drake Bay around 2:00 pm.

 

  • Bilingual tour guide.
  • Picnic lunch.
  • Water.
  • Fruit snack.
  • Entrance fee to the park.
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.

 

 

  • Closed-toed shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Snacks.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Bring extra water for the tour.

 

 

Who can do this tour?

This activity is flat most of it and done at a slow pace, however, there are parts where you would need to make some effort to go up a couple of meters.

During the heavy part of the wet season, it can be muddy depending on how the rain has fallen down during the last days.

It is recommendable for the ones that consider that this activity would be a bit challenging to get a private tour guide.

$90 per person.

 

 

Corcovado National Park Day Trip San Pedrillo Station-1 Day

(Beginning and finishing in Drake Bay)

The Corcovado National Park day trip San Pedrillo Station begins in Drake Bay at 6:00 am for a 30-minute boat ride to the San Pedrillo beach entrance of Corcovado National Park. After a brief stop at the San Pedrillo station (restrooms available), we’ll continue with a walk through the San Pedrillo trails.

We’ll return to the station for lunch around 12:15 pm and depart by boat shortly thereafter at 1:00. The boat arrives at Drake Bay at 1:30 pm.

 

  • A bilingual tour guide (English-Spanish).
  • Picnic lunch.
  • Water.
  • Fruit.
  • Entrance fee to the park.
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.

 

  • Closed-toed shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Snacks.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Bring extra water for the tour.
  • Make sure you book this activity one month in advance since the spaces are sold mostly one month in advance.

 

 

Is this activity difficult to do?

This activity is done mostly in flat terrain. San Pedrillo becomes a bit muddy during the wet season but it is still doable for people of all ages however if you consider that you need to walk slow and take it easy we recommend booking a private tour.

 

$80 per person.