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Corcovado Deluxe

If you are planning to visit Costa Rica we would like you to have the most extraordinary experience by staying with us at Casa Corcovado. The lodge is the closest to Corcovado National Park, the last remaining Pacific lowland rainforest of sustainable size in Central America. Located on the Osa Peninsula in southwestern Costa Rica, Corcovado is the"crown jewe" of a world-renowned national park system. Including thirteen separate ecosystems, almost one hundred species of trees and nearly four hundred species of birds, Corcovado has been called "the most biologically intense place on earth" by no less an authority than the National Geographic Society. Here among the largest trees of Costa Rica, can be found the densest population of tapirs, jaguars and scarlet macaws in Meso-America.



Included: • 3 nights Casa Corcovado, deluxe room (FAP/FB)  • Local, English-speaking guide  • Roundtrip flight/taxi/boat transfer San Jose hotel - lodge - San Jose hotel  • Tours as indicated. (The order of the tours may change)  • Free use of the trails of the hotels. If available a guide might accompany you.  • All taxes and service charges 

Day 01: San Jose - Osa Peninsula

Early morning pick up at any San Jose hotel and transfer to the airport for a domestic flight south to Palmar Sur. There, your client proceeds by local taxi for 20 minutes drive to Sierpe where a boat trip starts down the Sierpe River to the Drake Bay area (approx. 2 hours). Wet landing at Casa Corcovado!! 


Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge Deluxe Room, full board

Day 2 : Corcovado National Park

Day trip to Corcovado National Park. This National Park has a great range of biological diversity and has attracted the attention of tropical ecologists who wish to study the intricate workings of the rain forest. It is home to more than 400 species of birds and more than a hundred species of amphibians and mammals, including monkeys, scarlet macaws, coatimundis and other wildlife. According to National Geographic, this region of Costa Rica is “the most biologically intense place on earth”.


Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge Deluxe Room, full board

Day 3 : Caño Island Snorkeling

Your tour starts after a leisurely breakfast, when you’ll meet your guide at the Gear House to select your flippers and mask. It’s then a 40-minute boat ride to the ‘Coral Garden’. At certain times of the year, you may also see pilot or humpback whales, and dolphin along the way. The snorkelling site is located within a marine reserve, and is a good place for spotting a wide variety of fish and marine mammals, including – if you are lucky – manta rays, turtles and small white-tipped sharks.

Our inflatable diving vests can be adjusted to allow you to bob on the surface, fully supported, or dive down below, whichever you prefer. Accompanied by your guide, this is a great tour for beginners and experienced snorkelers alike. We usually snorkel for around an hour. Caño Island was once an important ceremonial site and burial ground for the pre-Colombian Indians. It’s possible they abandoned the area when pirates began arriving – the first, according to legend, being Sir Francis Drake back in 1579. The island is now a National Park.

There are no facilities, and visitor access to the interior is prohibited while important infrastructure work is carried out. However our boat can take you close to the shore, and you are welcome to wade ashore and stroll along the beach.


Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge Deluxe Room, full board

Day 4 : Osa Peninsula - San Jose

After breakfast, transfer by boat and taxi to Palmar Sur and flight back to San Jose. (B)

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