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Hike to Corcovado

Hike to Corcovado is a different and very special trip for travelers who love the fauna and flora in its maximum splendor. The trip is a combination of hiking trails within the primary and secondary rainforest of one of the most beautiful parks in the world, such as Corcovado National Park. We will visit the Sirena Biological Station inside the Park. We leave from La Palma town in rural lodging with baqueano guide of the zone. Little by little we will go into entering the Park. This is a route through one of the most authentic and unknown areas of Costa Rica. We will see different species of birds, monkeys, mountain pigs, dantas, pumas, anteaters, frogs, insects and snakes. To enjoy the sounds and whisper of the wind among gigantic trees. This route is recommended for travelers who love nature and like to walk in one of the most beautiful areas of the planet.

Hike to Corcovado

Summary

Places to Visit:
➣ Sirena Biological Station, Corcovado
➣ Manuel Antonio
➣ Arenal

Main Attractions:
➣ Lots of wildlife (flora and fauna)
➣ Sirena in Corcovado
➣ Manuel Antonio National Park
➣ Rio Celeste

Price from US $1,704 per person. Could change depending on seasons.

This tour includes:

✓ Airport transfer - hotel and assistance
✓ 1 night at San Jose Hotel
✓ 2 nights at Puerto Jimenez Lodge
✓ 2 nights at Sirena Biological Station, Corcovado
✓ 2 nights at Manuel Antonio Hotel
✓ 2 nights at Arenal Hotel
✓ Daily Breakfast
✓ Full board in Corcovado Package
✓ Car Rental and required transfers according the program
✓ Manuel Antonio National Park Tour
✓ Rio Celeste Tour, Arenal
✓ Service and Hotel Taxes
✓ Price from US $ 1,704 per person. Could change depending on seasons.

This tour DOESN'T includes:

➣ Meals and drinks not specified in the program
➣ Optional Excursions
➣ Local and international calls
➣ Medical Expenses
➣ Exit taxes (US $ 29 per person)
➣ Air tickets to and from Costa Rica
➣ Car rental insurance

Travel Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL TO COSTA RICA
Reception at the airport and transfer to the hotel in San Jose. Accommodation.

DAY 2: SAN JOSE - PUERTO JIMENEZ
Departure in the morning to Puerto Jimenez in the South Pacific. Accommodation.

Scarlet macaws
Scarlet macaws

DAY 3: PUERTO JIMENEZ - SIRENA BIOLOGICAL STATION
Early departure to the town of Dos Brazos (in rainy season this route is carried out on horseback). Start of the trek to the Los Patos Station, inside the Corcovado National Park. Continuing by crossing the primary forest to the Biological Station Sirena. Accommodation.

DAY 4: SIRENA CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK
Walk along the trails of the station, always among the immense trees that in their crowns and branches. It is possible to see the 4 species of monkeys that exist in Costa Rica (Congo, colorado, carablanca and marmoset). After having the opportunity to explore the heart of nature itself, return to the station to rest. In the afternoon, departure to the Río Claro trail to enjoy a dip in your natural pool. Accommodation.

Whited-faced monkey
Whited-faced monkey

DAY 5: SIRENA - PUERTO JIMENEZ
Departure to Carate, another sector of Corcovado National Park. This walk is done partly by forest and beach. Arrival to Carate and transfer to Puerto Jimenez. Accommodation.

DAY 6: PUERTO JIMENEZ - MANUEL ANTONIO
Departure in the morning to the Central Pacific, Manuel Antonio National Park. Accommodation.

DAY 7: MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK TOUR
The Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the most famous in our country due to its wide variety of specimens of flora and fauna. The park has 3 different trails that vary in degree of difficulty from flat to very steep. Manuel Antonio is home to 3 of the 4 species of monkeys found in Costa Rica. Halfway to the walk you will make a leisure stop on the third beach located inside the national park. Along the walk you will be able to observe sloths, birds and reptiles, as well as admire orchids, butterflies and tropical trees. At the end of the visit you will be provided transportation back to your hotel. The park is closed on Mondays. Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide, entrance fees to the park and snack.
Recommendations: Sun block, camera, sunglasses, walking shoes (bath towel and swimwear optional). Afternoon free to enjoy the beach or take a Sailboat Tour. Accommodation.

Manuel Antonio beach
Manuel Antonio beach

DAY 8: MANUEL ANTONIO - ARENAL
Departure to La Fortuna, Arenal Volcano. Accommodation.

DAY 9: RIO CELESTE & TENORIO VOLCANO NATIONAL PARK TOUR
Rio Celeste is one of the most popular rivers in Costa Rica and recognized worldwide for its particular coloration that goes from the hues of celestial to turquoise. Its true name is Buena Vista river, which includes a mountain river that joins with a ravine in a point that has been denominated popularly like "Teñideros". Rio Celeste is located within the Tenorio Volcano National Park; Its main attractions are the cataract, collapsed fumaroles, hot springs and thermal waters, panoramic views, natural forest, natural trails, sightings of fauna and in particular the spot where the river takes its color celestial denominated the Teñideros. The flora is very varied; Include the palms, heliconias, ferns, bromeliads and orchids, trees such as aguacatillos, zapotes, pylons and danto jícaro. Among the fauna present is: the puma, barefoot lion, tapir, saino, monkeys, manigordo, guatusa, caucel, tepezcuinte, tolomuco, pava, bird parasol, the sunbird, and several species of snakes. We will walk along the trails of the Tenorio Volcano National Park for about 3 hours where you will visit the Celeste River, the waterfall, fumaroles, and thermal waters, always accompanied by your guide. Includes: breakfast, lunch, entrance to the park and guide. Recommendations: walking shoes, extra clothes, water shoes, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, comfortable clothing. Accommodation.

Rio Celeste waterfall
Rio Celeste waterfall

DAY 10: RETURN
Breakfast at the hotel and departure to the Juan Santamaría International Airport.

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