This boat trip departs from Drake bay at 7 AM and just over 1 hour arrives to Sirena Station is in the heart of Corcovado National Park, famous for holding 3% of the biodiversity on this side of the planet, being the largest stronghold of primary forest on a Pacific coastline, and tagged as “the most biologically intense place on Earth”. Upon arrival you will prepare for a guided nature tour hike along a trail and observe beautiful flora and fauna. On the trail you will be able to see many mammals, such as spider, howler, and white-faced monkeys, sloths, coatis, raccoons, and tapirs as well as a great variety of birds, plants, and trees with over one hundred years of existence and in danger of extinction. After the hike, we serve a picnic lunch near the park ranger station. During boat transit from Drake Bay to Corcovado National Park you may observe whales, dolphins, turtles, marine birds and fantastic views of the southern pacific Osa coastline. The boat departs from Corcovado National park at 2.00 pm and arrives to Drake Bay at 3:00 p.m.
Tour includes transportation, tour guide, lunch and entrance tickets to the park.
What to bring: Small bags to safeguard personal belongings, sun block, Hiking attire, Bathing suit and towel, Sandals or flip flops. During the rainy months (June to November) we recommend bringing a rain coat or poncho
Price $90 per person fee apply for group up to 8 people.