Corcovado Tour, Two Day Overnight Options

From Drake Bay, Puerto Jiménez, or Sierpe

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Here we present you with two-day tour options from Drake Bay, Puerto Jimenez, and Sierpe. Just keep scrolling down until you find the option you are looking for.

Important Information!

  • We do not have a booking engine because no company is allowed to have spaces stored to sell. We are entitled to 10 spaces, but we do not get them until we request the spaces with the information of the travelers. This means that the reservation will include your information and will be available only to you; once paid, it cannot be changed. Once we get the reservation, we have 24 hours to pay for the spots.
  • If your goal is clear when you email us, you can add the full name and passport number of each member of your group interested in going to Corcovado National Park. Otherwise, you can ask for more information by emailing us or a WhatsApp message.
  • Your information will exclusively be used for booking purposes, make sure it is the right one because they double-check at the entrance of the station, if the information does not match, you will be sent back, losing your money.
  • Corcovado National Park takes wildlife conservation very seriously. Therefore, the spaces are limited. It is common to see the park getting fully booked many months in advance, so we recommend trying to book with all the time in advance you can.

Corcovado Overnight Tour In Sirena Station

two days and one night

Drake Bay - Sirena Station - Drake Bay

First day:
This trip leaves Colarada Beach, Drake Bay, at 6:00 a.m. with a 50-minute boat ride to Sirena Beach. From the beach, we go to Sirena Station because we need to drop the luggage not required during the hike, so we can start exploring trails.
Hikes are walked at a casual pace to allow time for observation and asking questions. Lunchtime is around 10:30 a.m. for roughly an hour. After resting, another walk takes place until 5:30 p.m. ending at Sirena Station.

Second day:
The next day starts at 5:00 a.m. with a sunrise hike and breakfast at the station at 6:30 a.m. 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 a.m.
The boat leaves Sirena’s beach from 12:15 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. arriving back at Drake Bay around 2:00 p.m.

  • Entrance fee.
  • Accommodation.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.
  • Three meals at the Sirena Ranger Station.
  • One meal in town.
  • Baggage carrying; you can bring only what you can carry. We can also take care of your big luggage in town in case it is necessary. Hotels also allow leaving your luggage stored while you go on the tour.
  • Binoculars; the guide brings his binoculars; however, they are for personal use unless the guide decides he wants to lend them.
  • Rubber boots; we have the option to rent rubber boots.
  • Reusable water bottles.
  • Car Parking; It is very safe to leave the car at the beach, as long as you take precautions like not leaving the car underneath a coconut tree, not parking the car in an area where it obstructs the way, or not leaving valuable stuff visible in the car.
  • Private boat; boats are shared, and therefore we must respect the departure times. We can also make the boat service private for an extra cost.
  • Towel.
  • Pick up from your hotel; we do not include hotel pick-up. We depart from the main beach and bring you back to the same place. If your hotel is on the way from Drake Bay to Corcovado National Park, we can pick you up from the nearest suitable beach for a water landing, and you will be dropped off at the same spot on the way back.
  • Taxi service; if you need a taxi at the beginning or at the end of your tour, we can help you get one for an extra fee.
  • Taxes are not included in the price. 
 
  • Our groups are made of six people + the guide; however, we can make a tour private for an extra cost.
  • Smoking in the park is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not allowed in the park.
  • Bringing food into the park is not allowed (there is a shop at the station where you can buy snacks and natural drinks).
  • Only reusable bottles are allowed into the park.
  • You must walk with your guide all the time (the guide walks first in line).
  • If you consider you will be making long stops, we strongly recommend getting a private tour, the idea of a group tour is to enjoy, and waiting for one person several times during the walk can ruin the whole experience for the group.
  • To get on the boat, we must get to the knees in the water, sometimes a bit higher, and the ocean can get sometimes agitated and splashes of water can get into the boat, you must protect your electronics and other belongings all the time.
  • We are located in the Tropical Rain Forest, it is quite normal to have some rain, so we are the ones deciding when a tour must be canceled because of rain or strong winds.
  • The only option available to sleep at Sirena Ranger Station is in bunk beds. There are two platforms for travelers to sleep, it means that the platforms are shared with other people. If you are susceptible to getting your sleep interrupted by noise, we recommend you bring earplugs. 
  • The timings might not be accurate since we are working in the wild and the weather conditions change, affecting the speed of the boat or the Colectivo service in case you are doing part of the tour on land. The weather conditions can not only impact the timing but how the boat behaves, the boat ride might get very bumpy too. In the case of the Colectivo, the road is not paved, so expect some rivers and holes in the road. 
  • The weather can also modify the timings during the walks.
  • Mention when booking if there is someone in the group who is pregnant to give them a seat in the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).
  • Mention when booking if anyone in the group has back problems to give them a seat at the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).

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. 

  • Hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • A towel.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Water shoes to get in and out of the boat.
  • A dry bag to protect your electronics and other belongings.
  • Rubber boots during the wet season.
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Long sleeve T-shirt.
  • Long pants that you can roll up or split to get in and out of the boat, you can change in Sirena Beach too.
  • Swimming clothing (It is not in the program; however, you might go swimming).
  • Bring extra water for the tour (only reusable bottles are allowed into the park, They will not allow you in with non-reusable bottles).
  • Bring a headlamp or hand lamp.

$375 per person (four meals included).

 

$310 per person (one meal included) There is the option to buy meals, snacks, and natural drinks at the station too.

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour In Sirena Station

two days and one night

Drake Bay - Sirena Station - Carate - Puerto Jiménez

First day:
This trip leaves Colorada Beach, Drake Bay, at 6:00 a.m. 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 required during the hike, so we can start exploring trails.
Hikes are walked at a casual pace to allow time for observation and asking questions. Lunchtime is around 10:30 a.m. for roughly an hour. After resting, another walk takes place until 5:30 p.m. The walk ends in Sirena Station.

Second day:
The hike starts at 5:00 a.m. for a sunrise hike, followed by breakfast at the station at 6:30 a.m. After breakfast, we’ll go to pack everything to leave for Carate in an 8-hour hike. It takes around an hour and a half to get to Puerto Jimenez, where the tour ends.

  • Entrance fee.
  • Accommodation.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat from Drake Bay.
  • Transportation from Carate to Puerto Jimenez by car.
  • Four meals at the Sirena Ranger Station.
  • Baggage carrying; you can bring only what you can carry. If you consider your Baggage to be too heavy, we can help you get the services of an express to bring your stuff to Puerto Jimenez.
  • Binoculars; the guide brings his binoculars; however, they are for personal use unless the guide decides he wants to lend them.
  • Rubber boots; we have the option to rent rubber boots.
  • Reusable water bottles.
  • Private boat; boats are shared, and therefore we must respect the departure times. We can also make the boat service private for an extra cost.
  • Towel.
  • Pick up from your hotel; we do not include hotel pick-up. We depart from the main beach in Drake Bay and bring you back to the center of Puerto Jiménez at the end of the tour. If your hotel is on the way from Drake Bay to Corcovado National Park, we can pick you up from the nearest suitable beach for a water landing.
  • Taxi service; if you need a taxi at the beginning or at the end of your tour, we can help you get one for an extra fee.
  • Taxes are not included in the price.
  • Our groups are made of six people + the guide; however, we can make a tour private for an extra cost.
  • Smoking in the park is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not allowed in the park.
  • Bringing food into the park is not allowed (there is a shop at the station where you can buy snacks and natural drinks).
  • Only reusable bottles are allowed into the park.
  • You must walk with your guide all the time (the guide walks first in line).
  • If you consider you will be making long stops, we strongly recommend getting a private tour, the idea of a group tour is to enjoy, and waiting for one person several times during the walk can ruin the whole experience for the group.
  • To get on the boat, we must get to the knees in the water, sometimes a bit higher, and the ocean can get sometimes agitated and splashes of water can get into the boat, you must protect your electronics and other belongings all the time.
  • We are located in the Tropical Rain Forest, it is quite normal to have some rain, so we are the ones deciding when a tour must be canceled because of rain or strong winds.
  • The only option available to sleep at Sirena Ranger Station is in bunk beds. There are two platforms for travelers to sleep, it means that the platforms are shared with other people. If you are susceptible to getting your sleep interrupted by noise, we recommend you bring earplugs. 
  • The timings might not be accurate since we are working in the wild and the weather conditions change, affecting the speed of the boat or the Colectivo service in case you are doing part of the tour on land. The weather conditions can not only impact the timing but how the boat behaves, the boat ride might get very bumpy too. In the case of the Colectivo, the road is not paved, so expect some rivers and holes in the road. 
  • The weather can also modify the timings during the walks.
  • Mention when booking if there is someone in the group who is pregnant to give them a seat in the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).
  • Mention when booking if anyone in the group has back problems to give them a seat at the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).

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. 

  • Hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • A towel.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Water shoes to get in and out of the boat.
  • A dry bag to protect your electronics, and other belongings.
  • Rubber boots during the wet season.
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Long sleeve t-shirt.
  • Long pants that you can roll up or split to get in and out of the boat, you can change in Sirena Beach too.
  • Swimming clothing (It is not in the program; however, you might go swimming).
  • Bring extra water for the tour (only reusable bottles are allowed into the park, They will not allow you in with non-reusable bottles).
  • Bring a headlamp or hand lamp.

$395 per person (four meals included).

$335 per person (one meal included). There is the option to buy meals, snacks, and natural drinks at the station too.

Corcovado Overnight Tour In Sirena Station

two days and one night

Puerto Jiménez - Sirena Station - Carate - Puerto Jiménez

First day:
We depart at 5:30 am from the dock in Puerto Jiménez. The arrival at Sirena beach is at 7.20 am, more or less. From the beach, we go to Sirena Station because we need to drop the luggage not required during the hike, so we can start exploring trails.
Hikes are walked at a casual pace to allow time for observation and asking questions. Lunchtime is around 10:30 a.m. for roughly an hour. After resting, another walk takes place until 5:30 p.m. The walk ends in Sirena Station.

Second day:
The hike starts at 5:00 a.m. for a sunrise hike, followed by breakfast at the station at 6:30 a.m. After breakfast, we’ll go to pack everything to leave for Carate in an 8-hour hike. It takes around an hour and a half to get to Puerto Jimenez, where the tour ends.

  • Entrance fee.
  • Accommodation.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat from Puerto Jimenez.
  • Transportation from Carate to Puerto Jimenez by car.
  • Four meals at the Sirena Ranger Station.
  • Baggage carrying; you can bring only what you can carry. If you consider your baggage to be too heavy, You can leave it in your hotel in Puerto Jiménez, it is very normal since many people do overnights.
  • Binoculars; the guide brings his binoculars; however, they are for personal use unless the guide decides he wants to lend them.
  • Rubber boots; we have the option to rent rubber boots.
  • Reusable water bottles.
  • Private boat; boats are shared, and therefore we must respect the departure times. We can also make the boat service private for an extra cost.
  • Towel.
  • Pick up from your hotel; we do not include hotel pick-up. We depart from the dock in Puerto Jimenez and bring you back to the center of Puerto Jiménez at the end of the tour. If your hotel is on the way from Puerto Jiménez to Corcovado National Park, we can pick you up from the nearest suitable beach for a water landing.
  • Taxi service; if you need a taxi at the beginning or at the end of your tour, we can help you get one for an extra fee.
  • Taxes are not included in the price.
  • Our groups are made of six people + the guide; however, we can make a tour private for an extra cost.
  • Smoking in the park is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not allowed in the park.
  • Bringing food into the park is not allowed (there is a shop at the station where you can buy snacks and natural drinks).
  • Only reusable bottles are allowed into the park.
  • You must walk with your guide all the time (the guide walks first in line).
  • If you consider you will be making long stops, we strongly recommend getting a private tour, the idea of a group tour is to enjoy, and waiting for one person several times during the walk can ruin the whole experience for the group.
  • To get on the boat, we must get to the knees in the water, sometimes a bit higher, and the ocean can get sometimes agitated and splashes of water can get into the boat, you must protect your electronics and other belongings all the time.
  • We are located in the Tropical Rain Forest, it is quite normal to have some rain, so we are the ones deciding when a tour must be canceled because of rain or strong winds.
  • The only option available to sleep at Sirena Ranger Station is in bunk beds. There are two platforms for travelers to sleep, it means that the platforms are shared with other people. If you are susceptible to getting your sleep interrupted by noise, we recommend you bring earplugs. 
  • The timings might not be accurate since we are working in the wild and the weather conditions change, affecting the speed of the boat or the Colectivo service in case you are doing part of the tour on land. The weather conditions can not only impact the timing but how the boat behaves, the boat ride might get very bumpy too. In the case of the Colectivo, the road is not paved, so expect some rivers and holes in the road. 
  • The weather can also modify the timings during the walks.
  • Mention when booking if there is someone in the group who is pregnant to give them a seat in the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).
  • Mention when booking if anyone in the group has back problems to give them a seat at the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).

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. 

  • Hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • A towel.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Water shoes to get in and out of the boat.
  • A dry bag to protect your electronics, and other belongings.
  • Rubber boots during the wet season.
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Long sleeve t-shirt.
  • Long pants that you can roll up or split to get in and out of the boat, you can change in Sirena Beach too.
  • Swimming clothing (It is not in the program; however, you might go swimming).
  • Bring extra water for the tour (only reusable bottles are allowed into the park, They will not allow you in with non-reusable bottles).
  • Bring a headlamp or hand lamp.

$370 per person (four meals included).

$310 per person (one meal included) There is the option to buy meals, snacks, and natural drinks at the station too.

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour In San Pedrillo Station

two days and one night

Drake Bay - San Pedrillo - Drake Bay

This option is currently unavailable since San Pedrillo is closed for overnights!

First day
The Corcovado Overnight Tour to San Pedrillo Station begins at Colorada Beach, Drake Bay, at 6:00 a.m. for a 30-minute boat ride to San Pedrillo Station.
Once there, we proceed to drop off the luggage not needed during the hike and 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 p.m. and lasts roughly an hour. After resting, we’ll continue hiking until 5:30 p.m., ending back at San Pedrillo Station.

Second day
The first walk of the next day starts at 5:00 a.m. with a sunrise hike followed by breakfast at the station at 6:30 a.m. 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 p.m. Our boat leaves San Pedrillo Beach at 1:00 p.m. arriving back at Drake Bay around 1:30 p.m.

  • Entrance fee
  • Camping fee.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Camping equipment.
  • Transportation to Corcovado by boat.

 

  • Baggage carrying; you can bring only what you can carry. We can also take care of your big luggage in town in case it is necessary. Hotels also allow leaving your luggage stored while you go on the tour.
  • Binoculars; the guide brings his binoculars; however, they are for personal use unless the guide decides he wants to lend them.
  • Rubber boots; we have the option to rent rubber boots.
  • Reusable water bottles.
  • Car Parking; It is very safe to leave the car at the beach, as long as you take precautions like not leaving the car underneath a coconut tree, not parking the car in an area where it obstructs the way, or not leaving valuable stuff visible in the car.
  • Private boat; boats are shared, and therefore we must respect the departure times. We can also make the boat service private for an extra cost.
  • Towel.
  • Pick up from your hotel; we do not include hotel pick-up. We depart from the main beach and bring you back to the same place. If your hotel is on the way from Drake Bay to Corcovado National Park, we can pick you up from the nearest suitable beach for a water landing, and you will be dropped off at the same spot on the way back.
  • Taxi service; if you need a taxi at the beginning or at the end of your tour, we can help you get one for an extra fee.
  • Taxes are not included in the price.
  • Our groups are made of six people + the guide; however, we can make a tour private for an extra cost.
  • Smoking in the park is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not allowed in the park.
  • Bringing food into the park is not allowed (there is a shop at the station where you can buy snacks and natural drinks).
  • Only reusable bottles are allowed into the park.
  • You must walk with your guide all the time (the guide walks first in line).
  • If you consider you will be making long stops, we strongly recommend getting a private tour, the idea of a group tour is to enjoy, and waiting for one person several times during the walk can ruin the whole experience for the group.
  • To get on the boat, we must get to the knees in the water, sometimes a bit higher, and the ocean can get sometimes agitated and splashes of water can get into the boat, you must protect your electronics and other belongings all the time.
  • We are located in the Tropical Rain Forest, it is quite normal to have some rain, so we are the ones deciding when a tour must be canceled because of rain or strong winds.
  • The timings might not be accurate since we are working in the wild and the weather conditions change, affecting the speed of the boat or the Colectivo service in case you are doing part of the tour on land. The weather conditions can not only impact the timing but how the boat behaves, the boat ride might get very bumpy too. In the case of the Colectivo, the road is not paved, so expect some rivers and holes in the road. 
  • The weather can also modify the timings during the walks.
  • Mention when booking if there is someone in the group who is pregnant to give them a seat in the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).
  • Mention when booking if anyone in the group has back problems to give them a seat at the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).

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. 

  • Hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • A towel.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Water shoes to get in and out of the boat.
  • A dry bag to protect your electronics, and other belongings.
  • Rubber boots during the wet season.
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Long sleeve t-shirt.
  • Long pants that you can roll up or split to get in and out of the boat, you can change in Sirena Beach too.
  • Swimming clothing (It is not in the program; however, you might go swimming).
  • Bring extra water for the tour (only reusable bottles are allowed into the park, They will not allow you in with non-reusable bottles).
  • Bring a headlamp or hand lamp.

$340 per person

 

Corcovado Overnight Tour In Sirena Station

two days and one night

Sierpe - Sirena Station - Drake Bay - Sierpe

First day

You will be picked up at 5:00 a.m. in Sierpe, and the boat will bring you to Drake Bay, where you will get on the boat to Sirena Station on an hour-and-a-half boat ride.

Once we arrive at the beach in Sirena, we put our shoes on and go to Sirena Station to leave the bigger luggage. We go on the first walk once everyone is ready. Brunch is at 11:00 a.m. After brunch, we rest for two hours. The next walk ends at the station at 5:30 a.m. Dinner is served at 6:00 a.m.

Second day

The walk starts at 5:00 a.m. Breakfast is at the station at 6:30 a.m. After breakfast, we go on the next walk. We must be at the station on time for brunch, get the luggage ready, and go to the boats. The boat departs at 12:30 p.m. In Drake Bay, you will take the colectivo at 2:30 p.m. back to Sierpe; it gets there at 3.30 p.m.

 

  • Entrance fee
  • Accommodation at Sirena Station.
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English-Spanish)
  • Transportation by boat from Sierpe to Sirena.
  • Transportation by boat from Sirena to Sierpe.
  • Four meals.
  • Baggage carrying; you can bring only what you can carry. Hotels also allow leaving your luggage stored while you go on the tour.
  • Binoculars; the guide brings his binoculars; however, they are for personal use unless the guide decides he wants to lend them.
  • Rubber boots; we have the option to rent rubber boots.
  • Reusable water bottles.
  • Car Parking; We can recommend you a private parking lot in Sierpe.
  • Private boat; boats are shared, and therefore we must respect the departure times. We can also make the boat service private for an extra cost.
  • Towel.
  • Pick up from your hotel; we do not include hotel pick-up. We depart from the main dock in Sierpe and bring you back to the same place. If your hotel is on the way from Sierpe to the river mouth, we can pick you up and drop you off at the same point, always from the nearest suitable beach for a water landing
  • Taxi service; if you need a taxi at the beginning or at the end of your tour, we can help you get one for an extra fee.
  • Taxes are not included in the price.
  • Our groups are made of six people + the guide; however, we can make a tour private for an extra cost.
  • Smoking in the park is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not allowed in the park.
  • Bringing food into the park is not allowed (there is a shop at the station where you can buy snacks and natural drinks).
  • Only reusable bottles are allowed into the park.
  • You must walk with your guide all the time (the guide walks first in line).
  • If you consider you will be making long stops, we strongly recommend getting a private tour, the idea of a group tour is to enjoy, and waiting for one person several times during the walk can ruin the whole experience for the group.
  • To get on the boat, we must get to the knees in the water, sometimes a bit higher, and the ocean can get sometimes agitated and splashes of water can get into the boat, you must protect your electronics and other belongings all the time.
  • We are located in the Tropical Rain Forest, it is quite normal to have some rain, so we are the ones deciding when a tour must be canceled because of rain or strong winds.
  • The only option available to sleep at Sirena Ranger Station is in bunk beds. There are two platforms for travelers to sleep, it means that the platforms are shared with other people. If you are susceptible to getting your sleep interrupted by noise, we recommend you bring earplugs. 
  • The timings might not be accurate since we are working in the wild and the weather conditions change, affecting the speed of the boat or the Colectivo service in case you are doing part of the tour on land. The weather conditions can not only impact the timing but how the boat behaves, the boat ride might get very bumpy too. In the case of the Colectivo, the road is not paved, so expect some rivers and holes in the road. 
  • The weather can also modify the timings during the walks.
  • Mention when booking if there is someone in the group who is pregnant to give them a seat in the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).
  • Mention when booking if anyone in the group has back problems to give them a seat at the back of the boat (even if you are booking a trip by car).

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. 

  • Hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • A towel.
  • Poncho (during the rainy season).
  • Water shoes to get in and out of the boat.
  • A dry bag to protect your electronics, and other belongings.
  • Rubber boots during the wet season.
  • Long socks, if you have tall rubber boots.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Long sleeve t-shirt.
  • Long pants that you can roll up or split to get in and out of the boat, you can change in Sirena Beach too.
  • Swimming clothing (It is not in the program; however, you might go swimming).
  • Bring extra water for the tour (only reusable bottles are allowed into the park, They will not allow you in with non-reusable bottles).
  • Bring a headlamp or hand lamp.

$580 per person (four meals included).

$520 per person (one meal included) There is the option to buy meals, snacks, and natural drinks at the station too.

Corcovado One Day tours

From Drake Bay, Puerto Jiménez, Sierpe, and Uvita.

Corcovado Three Day tours

From Drake Bay, Puerto Jiménez, and Sierpe.