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Corcovado Rainforest Extension

Nature Hikes, Wilderness Beaches, and Forest Trails


Beautiful Corcovado National Park protects the best rainforest environment on the Pacific Coast of Central America. Nearly 400 species of birds, about 140 species of mammals, and more than 500 species of trees have been recorded here.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1
San Jose / Drake Bay / Corcovado National Park

From San Jose, fly by charter flight to Palmar Sur (or directly to Drake Bay depending on schedule). On arrival, you are met and transferred to a jetty for a 1- 1.5-hour ride by motor launch to either Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge or Aguila de Osa Inn. Overnight at the lodge...BLD

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Day 2
Corcovado National Park

Enjoy a guided tour of Corcovado National Park along trails that ascend and descend through verdant rainforest. Costa Rica’s largest population of scarlet macaws lives in Corcovado, along with an array of other tropical wildlife. Overnight at Casa Corcovado or Aguila de Osa...BLD

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Day 3
Cano Island Snorkeling Adventure

Boat to Cano Island for snorkeling amid a colorful spectrum of Pacific Coast reef fish as well as rays and sea turtles. Overnight at Casa Corcovado or Aguila de Osa...BLD

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Day 4
To San Jose

Return by motor launch and charter flight to San Jose, then transfer to the hotel or to the airport for departure...B


Length: 4 days
Cost From: $1695  
Arrive: San Jose, Costa Rica
Depart: San Jose, Costa Rica
Lodging: 3 nights lodge
Meals: Meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Activity: Wildlife and Natural History
Trip Level:

Nature walks, boat tour, snorkeling

Visa Requirements

A visa is not required for U.S. citizens visting Costa Rica.