Corcovado is the last remaining Pacific lowland rainforest of sustainable size in Central America and has been called “the most biologically intense place on earth” by no less an authority than the National Geographic Society. Here among Costa Rica’s largest trees can be found Central America’s densest populations of tapir, jaguar and scarlet macaws.

Constrained within this tropical wilderness is an immense biodiversity and this will be your chance to explore it.

Rate $45 pp

* Children (3 – 10 years old): 25% off discount

Valid until 11/30/2015

Estimated Departure from Drake Bay: 6:30 am

Estimated Return to Drake Bay: 3:30 pm

What's included?

      •Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)
      •Entrance fee to Corcovado National Park
      •Box Lunch
        •Bottle of water

What to bring?

        – Hat
        – Walking shoes
        – Insect repellent
        – Binoculars
        – Camera
        – Raincoat