The San Pedrillo station is the Northernmost entrance to the Corcovado National Park of the Peninsula. The way to arrive is by boat from Bahia Drake, although there is also a coastal trail, which lasts for hours. San Pedrillo is one of the most visited biological stations in the park due to its location but also due to the fact that there are several trails that tourists can explore along with the tour guide. The area is heavily wooded, with old primary and secondary forests, as well as different habitats, such as rivers, lagoons and wetlands. San Pedrillo, along with Sirena, La Leona and Los Patos make up the 4 entry points to visit Corcovado National Park.
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