Tour 1 or 2 nights in Sirena Station
Corcovado National Park
considered by many as the "crown jewel" of Costa Rica's national parks.
Therefore, in addition to our day trips we also offer a special two-day
trek and a night to active and experienced travelers in good general
health. This trip is not for the faint of heart as Corcovado is in fact
a forest. However, our expert guide (bilingual in English and Spanish)
will make your trip as safe and as amazing as the landscape and animals
you can find. During the walk (six to seven hours) on the first day
(includes picnic lunch and periodic breaks), you'll have enough time to explore
the many trails in Sirena and enjoy the magnificent beauty and wildlife
of Corcovado. Take a midafternoon dip in Rio Claro and live the
experience of the changing colors of the sky and the sounds of the
forest at dusk and dawn. After dinner and accommodation at the Sirena
station (either in simple shared rooms or tents), get up very early the
next morning to the sounds of howler monkeys and take a walk before dawn
to watch and listen as the jungle wakes up to a new day. Enjoyed the whole morning exploring the trails of
Corcovado and all its glory once again. Back to Drake Bay in early
Description of our tour to Sirena station:
Departure Time: 5:50 a.m.
Estimated time of arrival to Drake 2:30 pm
60 minutes boat ride.
This tour includes: Transportation and return trip by boat from Drake
Bay. Sirena entrance fee for both days. Naturalist experienced, skilled
and informative bilingual (English and Spanish) guide, equipped with
telescope and a first aid kit. Meals picnic-lunch, dinner, fresh fruit and sandwiches. Linens and towels for accommodation in the
ranger station (either simple shared rooms or tents) [Note: There are
same sex bathrooms and showers available at the ranger station]
Bring: Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, swimsuit, water
bottle, long-sleeved shirt, pants, toiletries, insect repellent,
flashlight or miner headlamp, pants or shorts as you feel more
comfortable, camera, binoculars (with protective plastic bag) and a
raincoat / poncho, boots or closed-toe shoes and sandals for wet
landings and river crossings.
Additional Information: Sirena station only has accommodation to
accommodate a relatively small number of people. Therefore, in order to
ensure availability during peak season, this tour must be booked at
least a month in advance. The housing may be available in less than 30
days in advance, but cannot be guaranteed.
Includes: Reservation, meals, camping or lodging, guide service, tour
$720 FOR PAYMENT IN CASH ONLY