Corcovado National Park

Corcovado National Park protects major habitats including a montane forest, which covers more than half the park; a cloud forest, located in the highest region, richly populated by oaks and tree ferns; swamp forests, flooded practically year-round; a Yolillo forest, predominated by palms; a mangrove swamp, located on the estuaries of the Llorona, Corcovado and Sirena Rivers; and a freshwater herbaceous swamp.

Corcovado is unquestionably the most raw, challenging and rewarding park in Costa Rica. It truly is the mother of all parks. Transportation for this tours is by boat, so you will experience a very scenic tour in itself as the boat hugs the south pacific shoreline en-route to the park.

Sirena station is about an hour boat ride, this park tour will take you deeper in the rainforest where you will have a chance to see species such as Tapirs, Monkies and Peccaries. The day will include hiking, a picnic lunch and tour guide.