USD150 per person
Corcovado National Park is probably one of the most pristine places in Costa Rica. This is a must-see for any wildlife enthusiast visiting the country. Considered “the most biologically intense place on Earth” by National Geographic, this park contains more than 2.5% of the biodiversity of our planet. Jaguars, pumas, tapirs, spider monkeys, anteaters, tiny venomous frogs, scarlet macaws, toucans, and fascinating snakes are just some examples of how unique this park is – not to mention the lush rainforest (secondary and primary), the wild sandy beaches, and all the different trails open to visitors.
Do not miss this opportunity to truly experience the jungle, connect with nature, and explore a place that still feels unspoiled.
We highly recommend that you choose an experienced guide for this tour as you will miss so many things if you are not familiar with this environment.
A good way to visit the park in one day from Uvita is with a boat tour from Uvita Beach. More details upon request.
Departure Time7:30 AM
Dress CodeComfortable light clothing, hiking shoes and sandals, bathing suit and towel, a small bag, sunblock and insect repellent, a hat and a rain coat or poncho during the wet season.
IncludedBilingual GuideEquipmentFruits or snackLunchWater