Sirena Rainforest tour (National park, 2 or 3 days)
One of the most exciting adventures of Osa Península.
A 10 mile walk takes us to the heart of Corcovado National Park Sirena Biological Station. A forest trail near the beach takes across Rio Madrigal and Rio Claro to Sirena. On the way we might get lucky and spot all four species of monkeys, the biggest terrestrial mammal: the tapir, or the poisonous dart frogs. In this tour you will also encounter various species of tropical birds, snakes and maybe even a puma. We also hike on pristine beaches with beautiful sceneries and old rock formations.
At Sirena you can camp or stay in a dormitory, buy meals or bring your own durable food. We recommend a package of 2 nights and 3 days for exploring on the second day various trails around Sirena station; here you can see the beauty and uniqueness of the last remaining lowland rainforest on the Pacific Coast.
Level: long, moderate; start time is tide dependant
Time: 6 to 8 hours per day, (2 persons, please contact us for other group sizes)
Included: bilingual guide
Note: For this tour you need a separate prepaid reservation with the national park including meals and accommodation in Sirena, both depending on availability; for information please send an inquiry to MINAE at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us for reservation support.