Tropical Wildlife in Costa Rica's Most Diverse Jungle
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Julian is an exceptional person. He was great to travel with through some very challenging times. He was always caring and helpful. No matter what difficulties we encountered he was always ready to help and work overtime to assist me. He was also a lot of fun to be with and we enjoyed many experiences together. I would definitely travel with him again.
Nancy Ney, Jan 2023
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Trip Summary

If you had the chance to track wildlife in a rainforest in the past you already know how elusive the animals in the jungle tend to be. I want to introduce you to the Osa Peninsula and its National Park, Corcovado. The remote Peninsula is a glimpse into Central America's wild past, covered in lush primary jungle. The national park has one of the highest densities of biodiversity in the world, thus observing species that are rare in other places is quite frequent here. Embark in this unique wildlife experience, and get to know projects that have been working in conservation for decades, travel through mangroves and jungle trails while you search felines, reptiles, water mammals, birds, and insects!

Our team will meet you at Puerto Jimenez Airport (PJM) and take you to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time and energy you can walk around Puerto Jimenez. This small town is one of the two getaways for entering Corcovado National Park. A small town by the sea with a chill local vibe and a few restaurants and bars. Go to bed early and get ready for starting your trip to Corcovado the following morning. 

What's included:

  •  Airport Pick up
  •  Hotel

Wake up early and head to the meeting spot by 5:00 am, after a quick breakfast in a local bakery, you and your guide will proceed to the port to take the boat that will take you to Corcovado National Park. Since you will stay 2 nights inside the park, we suggest you pack a small backpack and leave your big luggage in Puerto Jimenez, where we will provide a safe place to store it. After an hour and a half, you will arrive at Sirena Station, a simple but clean place, which will be your base for the following day's jungle exploration. Note that this is the only lodging option available inside the park, and the rooms are shared. 

Corcovado as mentioned is a privileged spot on earth, where commonly shy animals let themselves be seen. The park safeguards one of the last substantial regions of lowland tropical forests worldwide and the most extensive primary forest on the Pacific coastline of the Americas. Today after checking in at the Station you will make your first hike through the park trials.


You will be accompanied by a private guide and you can plan with him the type of hikes you want to do and the animals you would like to track. 

What's included:

  • Guides & Entrance fee
  • Accommodation
  • Boat transportation
  • Lunch and dinner

Today you will have the whole day to explore the park trails, which pass through rivers, dense jungles, and the beach. Start early morning and interleave the hikes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the station. 

Our guides are strictly selected among the most experienced and best trackers in the area. They will carry a telescope making it more enjoyable to see animals that live in the forest canopy and birds. You will have the chance of seeing 3 different species of Monkeys, Tapirs, Scarlet Macaws, Emperator Boas, two types of Sloth Bears, Anteaters, colorful frogs, and if you are lucky maybe even one of the 5 species of felines, the Puma the most commonly seen. 

What's included:

  • Guides & Entrance fee
  •  Accommodation
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
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Trip Inclusions

Included - 8 days and 7 nights
Local flights
Not included
Included - as mentioned in itinerary
Included - as mentioned in itinerary
Immerse yourself in one of the most biodiverse jungles in the world | Get to know Conservation projects | Explore one of the only tropical fjords in the globe | Have rare wildlife encounters | See whales & dolphins
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I'm 26 years old, born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and currently living as a digital nomad. I’ve been traveling since I was 18 years old, my trips took me mainly to South & Central America, Northern &Sub-Saharan Africa, Oceania, the Indian subcontinent, as well as most parts of South East Asia. I'm driven by an insatiable curiosity to discover the world's most captivating wildlife reserves and immerse myself in diverse cultures. For the past three years, I've had the incredible opportunity to blend my passion fortravel with my professional career in the dynamic world of tourism.

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