Enjoy a full day tour at the famous Corcovado National park! Experience lush tropical forest views, spectacular wildlife and cool down afterwards swimming by waterfalls. Book your adventure here with us!
Departure: 8:00 am from Sierpe
Meeting point: Sierpe. For those who want to start from Uvita, there is an option for an additional U$20 to pick you up and return from Dominical, Uvita and Ojochal area.
Estimated time: 8 hours (From 8:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Includes: Bilingual guide (English/Spanish), pick nic lunch (vegetarian options as well), park fee
Price: $100 +vat
This is a good option for adults and kids over 6 years.
Optional: Ground transportation for additional U$20 roundtrip from Dominical, Uvita, or Ojochal
Available transfer From Manuel Antonio - Sierpe and return picking up at 5:45 am. U$30 per person ( minimnun 2 people)
- Shuttle Pick up location
- Do you have extra luggage
- Osa Peninsula (CR)
Those who booked a pick up from Uvita will leave to Sierpe at 6.30 am, which will take approximately one hour and 15 minutes driving. There you have 30 minutes to have some breakfast (not included in the price of the tour) or to just relax before the tour starts. Everybody who drives to Sierpe individually should meet us there at 8:00 am.
At the beginning of the tour, a 1.5-hour boat ride will take you through the Sierpe mangrove swamps (a great chance to spot Costa Rican wildlife such as crocodiles, monkeys, birds, sloths) and then through the ocean towards the National Park San Pedrillo Station. At the park, you will do a hike lasting from 3 to 4 hours and afterward have lunch. Sometimes, the bilingual guide will stop at waterfalls on the way and you can go for a short swim! You will return to Uvita around 4-5 pm.
Information about the park:
The Corcovado National Park is a paradisiacal site larger than 52.000 hectares, hosting primary and secondary forests, beaches, and spring waterfalls in the tropical climate. Thanks to the great biodiversity of the location, it is a great spot to observe different types of birds and other animals within their own habitat, as three-toed and two-finger sloths, anteaters, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, and many others.