Cabinas Pura Vida - Corcovado


from $310.00

Our goal is to offer visitors an opportunity to come and enjoy one of the most wild and beautiful places in the world. Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve have been named among the most intensely biologically diverse places on the planet by National Geographic Magazine.


The waters between the mainland and Caño Island are one of the best places for whale and dolphin watching in the country. Two times a year the whales come to mate or to give birth to their young.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Fairly Easy

The boat to Sirena takes about an hour to get there. There is a good chance you will see some dolphins on the way there, also whales if it is the right time of year.

The beach where you land is stunning, especially at low tide. The tour is about 5 hours of easy hiking, stopping often to observe the wildlife you come across.

Corcovado Park is the only place in Costa Rica where you have the chance to see all 4 types of monkeys the country has to offer.

Other things that might cross your path are wild pigs, coati mundis, toucans, pumas, and tapirs to name just a few.

You will take a box lunch with you and when the group is ready your guide will find a quite spot for lunch where the Sirena River meets the ocean.

The tour leaves in time to arrive in Drake Bay at around 2:00 pm.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

Boat transportation (Drake-Sirena-Drake)

ICT certified bilingual guide with telescope

Entrance fees

Camping or room fee (depending on what is available)

3 meals,


Blankets and all other neccesary camping equipment.

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    6:00 am: 1 and a half hour boat ride to Sirena Biological Station. 7:45am: Get ready on the beach at Sirena and hike to the ranger station, drop off overnight bags and equipment and head out on a 3 to 4 hour hike. 11:30am: We take a half hour lunch break at some point along the trail (where guide thinks is appropriate) and hike back to the ranger station. At around 12:30pm we take a 2 hour break until the sun is less hot. 2:30pm: We do one afternoon hike for 2 and half hours to the Claro river, have a quick swim there and hike back to the ranger station. 5:30pm: Dinner at the ranger station and after dinner we go to sleep, light are off at 8:00pm.

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    4:30am: Night/early morning hike in the forest until 7:00am. 7:45am: Breakfast at the ranger station. 9:00am: We go out in the forest again for another 3 hours hike in the forest, then return to the ranger station to have lunch and get things ready to go back to Drake Bay. 12:30pm: Boat back to Drake arriving around 2:00pm.