The Corcovado National Park and the surrounding territories are home to amazing wildlife, flora and fauna, as well as amazing scenery and landscapes
Corcovado and the Osa Peninsula in general offer habitat for hundreds f species of birds, including parrots, Tanagers, Macaws, Hummingbirds and birds of prey..
These powerful and muscular sharks patrol the shallow coasts of the Osa Peninsula in some parts, such as the large river mouths in Sirena and Llorona
The most remote park entrace to the infamous Corcovado National Park
The northernmost entrance to the park, around 30 minutes by boat from Drake Bay
La Leona is the southernmost Corcovado entrance, located near the village of Carate
Los Patos is the only gateway to the park that is not on the ocean. There is an amazing trail that crosses all of Corcovado from Los Patos to Sirena.
The American Corcodile is the largest Corcodile Species in the world, They inhabit the Sierpe River, and the Sirena and Llorona Rivers,
The amazing Humpback Whales visit the area around Osa Peninsula during September and October. More come during March and February, Watching these giants is a natural spectacle.
The largest feline in the Americas. The powerful Jaguar inhabits the Corcovado Park and the Osa, but it is hard to find.
Corcovado National Park is one of the very few regions where the visitor can find the 4 species of monkeys that exist in Costa Rica.
There are several sea turtle species that come ashore in Corcovado to nest. One of the most popular species is the Olive Ridley, which nests on the beaches during the rainy season.
Flora and fauna are the most important highlights in Corcovado. It is among the richest natural region in Costa Rica and home to many endangered species.
The Mangroves and the Mangrove Forests constitute one of the richest and most unique habitats, where several endangered species live.
The largest mammal inhabits large portions of tropical forests in the South Pacific, Talamanca and the North Pacific and Northern Plains.
This large Peninsula is located at the Sierpe River Mouth. It is where the largest Gold Nugget in Costa Rica was found, and it also has amazing nature.
Sierpe is a tiny riverfront town which is the gateway to explore Corcovado, Drake Bay and Northern Osa when arriving via land.
The Sierpe River is a fantastic habitat of thousands of acres of tropical mangroves that create a labyrinth of natural canals.
Beuatiful beach located South of Drake Bay ( 2 hours hiking ) with abundant nature and gentle swell.
This hidden Paradise is located South of Drake Bay. This charming river mouth is a great destination for a free day or a day activity. You will be able to swim in the river, bath and enjoy nature.
Because of its vast expanse and many trails, Corcovado and Osa offer the visitor great hiking and trekking routes.
There are many ways of getting to the Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park. You can fly to Drake Bay, drive to Sierpe and catch our boat and visit by sea.
Los Patos is the only entrance to Corcovado located inland. There is a hike that leads from Los Patos to Sirena. Once there in Sirena, you can spend a night or two and then return, or exit at La Leona Ranger Station.
All clients that we have sent to Corcovado National park have always commented that the nature experience was absolutely impressive, beyond comparison. We now also have an adventure trip that includes both Corcovado and Tortuguero National Park, along the Caribbean, another amazing rainforest jewel.