Corcovado National Park
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Fly into the teeming rainforest of Corcovado National Park, one of the world's most biologically intense places, for an incredible wildlife experience, looking for tapirs, jaguars, ocelots, brilliantly coloured birds and much else besides.
This is the real jungle experience, a fascinating guided tour through Corcovado National Park, one of the most biologically intense places on Earth. We will take a 15-minute flight to Corcovado, Sirena Station.
Guests will wander through an extensive system of trails that pass through untouched primary forest for approximately. With a protected area of 100,000 acres, Corcovado National Park has approximately 375 species of birds, 125 mammals, 50 bats, 131 reptiles and amphibians, 850 trees, 1500 plants and ferns, and more than 6000 insects. It is an excellent opportunity for spotting extremely rare and beautiful wildlife, escorted by a nature guide. Guests will have good chances of viewing tapirs, fresh tracks of jaguars, ocelots and mountain lions. After a midday picnic lunch we will continue our journey walking through a secondary forest up to Rio Claro, a crystalline clear river where guests can swim. The tour includes a charter flight into Sirena Biological Station, lunch and transfers to and from Puerto Jimenez