Hiking to Corcovado Nat. Park Guided TourID: 20042
Protecting approximately 54,539 hectares of humid rainforest and 2,400 hectares of pristine ocean, Corcovado National Park has become an international attraction since it was founded in 1975. It is the #3 ranked national park in the world, mainly because 2% of the entire world’s biodiversity can be found within the park. Corcovado Park is home to birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and insects. 6 natural eco-systems have been identified in the park and it protects endangered species such as the jaguar, puma, crocodile, tapir, poison dart and golden frogs and the harpy eagle. The rainforest is also home to numerous plants that are extremely valuable for scientific and medical discovery. The tour will depart early in the morning to get to Sierpe town. Then take a comfortable boat ride to Caño Island through mangrove swamps inhabited with monkeys, crocodiles, snakes and birds. You may spot the humpback, pilot and killer whales. When we get to the park you will be introduced by your professional guide who will lead you on a 3 hour walk through primary forest.
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Notes: Tour Includes: Transportation to and from Dominical, professional bilingual guide, lunch, access to the park, and boat transfer. Guests staying at Whales and Dolphins please wait for the shuttle at the gas station.
What to Bring: Comfortable light weight clothing, strap sandals, hiking or sneakers shoes, Insect repellent, sunblock, sunglasses, raincoat or poncho, binoculars, camera, plastic bags, extra water bottle, set of extra clothes, and towel..
Duration: 12.5 hours
Min. Passengers: 4
Starting at: 6 AM