Information about Corcovado National park, activities, acommodations and transfer
Do want to pass outstanding events with wide varieties of birds, tapers, monkeys, boars, sloths, pumas, crocodiles, natures, happy gentle wind, astonishing setting and lovable adventurous? Then there is no alternative but Corcovado National Park in the world where all are colorful and unimaginably beautiful to attractiveness thirsty people. All the charming experiences are available in Corcovado National Park whatever you actually wish to enjoy! It is Corcovado National Park that is the largest park in Costa Rica. It is covered with 424 square kilometers or 164 sq mile and all the areas are full of natural resources that can catch your natural thirsty mind instantly. Ecological diversities of this eye-catching park is really dramatic and for this integral reason, National Geographic identified this park as the "the most biologically extreme place on the world in terms of biodiversity". Tourism is intensively related to Costa Rica and lots of visitors visit this country to enjoy natural resources. Not only this beautiful park is extremely popular with tropical environmentalists, but also the visitors can look forward to seeing a plenty of flora and fauna.
If you visit this with visit card, toy can be tested with the biggest primary afforest on the American Pacific coastline, a small number of remaining sizable areas of valley tropical forests in the world that are really memorable. Calm and rich water of this park symbolizes biodiversity where you will have to be charmed.
Forests of the Corcovado National Park
Lowland rain woodland, raised ground cloud woodland, jolillo palm woodland, mangrove swamps, coastal nautical, very tall trees, spectacular buttresses, large woody lianas and abundant herbaceous vines, coastal beach habitats support and stunning diversities of wildlife of Corcovado National Park are extremely unique and amazing to the whole world. All the events are always lifelike to charm you. You will have to be loved with the affectionate touches of various types of trees in this park.
Attractive and Mind-Blowing Animals in the Corcovado National Park
The Corcovado National Park is unique and different from other parks as there are four types of monkeys are available for you in this park. Four types of attention-grabbing monkeys are available here to attract you intensively like Central American Squirrel Monkey (Saimiri oerstedii), the White-faced Capuchin (Cebus capucinus), the Mantled Howler Monkey (Alouatta palliata) and the scarced Geoffroy's Spider Monkey (Ateles geoffroyi). All are for you to provide you pleasure whatever you want. All six of the elegant species initiated in Costa Rican Corcovado National Park. Even, more than 40 species of various colorful frogs including red-eyed tree, rain, glass, dink and poison arrow varieties that are unimaginably different from other frogs in the world. Dozens of assorted snakes including boas and the dreaded bushmaster can charm you naturally. Actually, if you visit, you will very close to natural adore. In addition, 28 species of lizards are available for your travel thirsty minds. Furthermore, over 100 species of beautiful and colorful butterflies will have to love you by flying around you. If you are bird's lover, this park is for you as over 400 species of birds including 16 dissimilar hummingbirds and the biggest number of scarlet macaws are accessible in this in Central American beautiful country.
Video: Costa Rica - Sights and Sounds of Corcovado National Park
Lodging in Corcovado
You can find hotels and cabins from very low price $70 until deluxe rooms until prices $520 per night
La Leona Eco Lodge
La Leona Eco Lodge this property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Featuring a rustic-style decoration and located amid a tropical forest facing the Pacific Ocean, this certified eco-friendly property offers included breakfast.
The bungalows at La Leona Eco Lodge have no electricity and are lighted with candles. They have plenty of ventilation and toiletries are provided. The bathrooms can be both shared and private.
Danta Corcovado Lodge
Danta Corcovado LodgeSituated in Rincon, this lodge is 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from La Tarde Wildlife Area and 4.4 mi (7.1 km) from Blanca Beach. Puerto Jimenez Pier and Corcovado National Park Office are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Aguila de Osa Inn
The Aguila de Osa offers a range of tours and trips into the jungle. Guests can go scuba diving and whale watching nearby.
The rooms at the Aguila de Osa Inn feature traditional, hand-crafted interiors with high ceilings. It comes equipped with a minibar, coffee maker and ceiling fan. The stylish bathroom has a hairdryer.
Costa Rica eco journeys Setting in the Corcovado National Park
The Corcovado National Park is enormously admired as an ecotourism destination in the world. Visitors can travel to nature settings and they can be experienced various cultures. Eco-friendly transportation is also available in this park. Different types of natural elements surrounded the park.
Tours in Corcovado
Hiking and Enjoying in the Corcovado National Park
If you want to hike with perfect enjoyment, the Corcovado National Park is just for you. At the time of hiking, various and unlimited pleasant natural species will come around you to make you happy and exciting. Your adventitious mode will be extended unlimited ways as you are hiking through nature. In fact, life will be awesome if you visit this outstanding park.
After a very early morning breakfast, you begin your 6-7 hour hike (16KM) from the La Leona entrance to Corcovado National Park to the Sirena Field Station. This hike is hot, hard and buggy so be sure to take at least two, two liter bottles of water, plenty of snacks that are high in carbs and sugar, sunscreen, bug spray and a hat. You will hike on a trail that runs parallel to the Pacific Ocean and for a lot of the time you will hike on the deserted beaches of Corcovado National Park. Walking in the sand on an incline can be hard on the calves and ankles so pace yourself. If the tide is right, you should take some time to explore the tide pools at the Salsipuedes Bay (Get Out if You Can Bay). You will need to cross many rivers and streams along the way. A word to the wise, every time you come to a river or stream that you need to cross, stop take off your shoes and socks, cross the rivers in your bare feet and when you get to the other side dry your feet off with your socks and put your shoes back on. Its worth taking the time to do this so that you keep your feet cool and your shoes dry for your stay in the park. Upon arrival at Sirena, up your camp site and head for the Rio Claro for a nice refreshing dip in the river!
Snorkeling Expedition to Caño Island day tour
Meet your Snorkeling Guide and the captain at Drake Bay and cruise on a motor boat to Caño Island. The island is approximately 12 nautical miles (22 kms) from the small village of Drake and it takes about 1 hour to arrive. Caño Island is a small tropical island, filled with white-sand, palm-lined beaches and interesting coral reefs. Before entering the water, the snorkeling guide will brief the group about safety, your snorkeling gear and most important signs under water. Also, the guide will instruct you about depth, possible marine life in the area and the best zones for observation
Snorkelers have the chance to spot Parrotfish, Surgeon fish, Barber fish, Eels, snapper, puffers, Barracudas, Turtles, and Manta rays. Further offshore, humpback whales and bottle-nosed dolphins can occasionally be seen. With a visibility of 20 ft. or more and a protected inshore reef, the snorkeling here is quite satisfactory. As a national park, Caño Island has strict regulations for the protection of natural resources. The rangers in charge of the station will determine the areasyou can practice the snorkeling
Important Note: guests are allowed at the beach but you cannot use any facilities, walk the trails, bring food or drinks, or swim out from the beach
Duration: 4 hours
Includes: bilingual snorkeling guide, Spanish speaking captain, masks, fins and snorkels, life jacket and water
Note: only children over 12 years old accompanied by parents or adults in charge of them.
Suitable Time to Visit in the Corcovado National Park
Talking about best time to go to costa rica, if you are natural lover, it is sure that you will visit Corcovado National Park in order to make your heart colorful and pleasant. Drier months of January through April are preferable period to visit here. Moreover, you can come in rainy season to get dynamic beauty of this park.
How to Visit Corcovado National Park
where to visit costa rica? You can visit Corcovado National Park by air, bus, boat and so on. Even, you can get advanced reservations and certified guide for traveling smoothly and also for beautiful and luxurious hotels to live whatever you wish as we are with you to make your travel happier and excellent.
Therefore, way you are late as a nature thirsty? Visit the miraculous Corcovado National Park and achieve unforgettable experiences and memories in your life.
Transfers to Corcovado
Transfer from Sierpe to Sirena Rangers Station
You'll meet your captain at the small village of Sierpe, and board the boat that will transfer you to Sirena Station at Corcovado National Park. Once you come on board the canopy-covered boat, and receive a brief safety drill, you'll start a pleasant journey along the South Pacific Mangroves between Sierpe and the Grand Terraba Rivers. These two rivers form a brackish waters systemonly mangroves can survive, as well as hundreds of different species of birds, mammals, reptiles and fish. This is home and shelter for thousands of fish that commence a new generation protected by the stilt roots of mangrove trees
There're many species of herons, egrets, shorebirds and raptors that coexist with the river and its critters. It's not rare to find a Crocodile or a Green Iguana basking in the sunny sandbanks, a Common Black Hawk, or a Laughing Falcon soaring over the boats!
Pretty soon your captain will ask you to fasten your life jackets in order to prepare for crossing the river moth,the river meets the Pacific Ocean. The well-trained captains maneuver the boats over the surf to enter the ocean and continue your trip to Sirena. The boat will now accomplish the second part of the journey, passing by the small fishermen s village of Drake until you finally approach Sirena. From time to time, you can observe dolphins or manta rays while you travel in between main land and the Isla del Caño. In Sirena, your captain will show once again his capacity to bring the skiff safely to the beach at the National Park,you will disembark for the scheduled activities in land