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Duration: 6-8 hours
Location: Corcovado National Park, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Price: $85 p/p. Minimum 2 people.
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Corcovado National Park Nature Hike Osa Peninsula

Experience the last Tropical Rainforest of the Pacific Coast in Central America, Costa Rica

 If you are willing to live a wild experience and feel nature in all its splendor, Corcovado National Park, Osa Peninsula area is waiting for you.
Encounter with a tapir on the beach, watching a herd of peccaries (sainos)  seem to be scenes from an adventure film, but could be part of your reality if you visit the Corcovado National Park, It is 2.5% of the country’s biodiversity.
It is an experience for environment lovers who want to venture and are willing to travel paths with a certain degree of difficulty to witness the wonders of nature.
We cannot assure that you will live all possible experiences as this will depend on many factors such as weather, tides, moons and seasons. But certainly you will live a wild adventure.

Visiting Corcovado National Park

We start early in the morning and enter Corcovado National Park from Carate beach at the Leona Ranger Station.

This is an all day tour, with about 6 hours of hiking, we make some stops to eat our snacks, swim in the freshwater in Madrigal River and enjoy the unique wildlife of the tropical rainforest.

Our naturalist guide will take you along several of the parks trails through Corcovado, providing the opportunity to spot anteaters, the fours species of monkeys: Howler, Spider, White Face-Capuchin and Squirrel monkeys, sloths, coatis, agoutis, great curassows, tayras, tapir, wild cats and a lot of different kind of birds and wildlife in their own habitat also.

The beaches of the park are known to attract all four species of turtles: Olive Ridley, Leatherback, Hawksbill and Pacific Green which visitors may be able to observe during the turtle-nesting season.

Hiking in the biggest jungle in Central America is a real Osa Experience, Corcovado is an enormous 103,290 acres (41,800 hectares) that fills up nearly a third of the Osa Peninsula.

It`s Costa Rica’s premier wildlife viewing destination where the rainforest’s preserved area and jungle kiss the Pacific Ocean. The breath taking biodiversity has over 140 species of mammals, including the jaguar and endangered Baird’s tapir, 400 species of birds and 116 species of reptiles.

Price: $85 per person. Share group up to 6 people. Minimum 2 people

Duration: 6-8 hours

 Includes: bilingual naturalist guide and entrance fee

What to bring: Hiking shoes, organic insect repellent, water, extra clothing, bathing suit, binoculars, rain coat during rainy season, sunscreen, hat, camera, sunglasses and pack lunch