One of my favorite places to hike. Guaranteed to always see an animal. Next time I believe we will that longer and camp :)
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Very beautiful place with long long white sand beaches of Pacific. The nature is amazing, a lot of wild animals could be seen in their daily life. Be prepared for hot hot weather, take a lot of water and something to picnic. But it worth...More
We spent a day hiking the trails with our naturalist guide and had an amazing visit. Highlights included tayra (briefly), monkeys, and all manner of birds and small reptiles, with the crown jewel being an amazing encounter with a tamandua (anteater) Go as early as...More
The experience always is awesome, getting from drake bay to Sirena Station on a boat we almost surf huge waves to reach the coast. In the National Park we where able to see all types of animals and also levels of dense tropical forest. The...More
By far my favorite place to visit in Costa Rica. There are a few tour options from a quick hike to more strenuous hikes. I highly recommend grabbing a guide. Their eyes are tuned into finding the animals. They also have "telescopes" to view the...More
Corcovado is a must see to experience a relatively untouched rainforest. Animals abound and plants are interesting. Go with a guide to get the most out of the experience.
It takes some effort to each Corcovado National Park but it's worth the effort. One of the most unspoiled and bio-diverse places in Costa Rica, which is one of the most bio-diverse places on Earth, Corcovado NP delivers jungle wildlife in its glory. Go with...More
I would recommend hiking with a guide (at least once) if you are unfamiliar with rainforest hiking. Our guide was able to point out wildlife well before we could detect it and knew the specific scents/sounds of different types of animals as well. We loved...More
Our family, 6 adults, 5 children took a boat from Uvita, Dolphin Tours. 2.5 hour ride, enjoyed seeing birds, dolphin and flying fish. Jungle hike with Pedro was fun. Saw wildlife including Capuchin monkeys, Coatis including babies. Lots of birds, a Jesus Christ Lizard and...More
A four hour guided walk through park - empty beaches with hammocks for a rest. Monkeys, sloth and crocodiles and only four other people plus the rangers seen - amazing