Corcovado National Park

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7 nights / 8 days Multi-Day   adventure  Pura Vida Corcovado Package

This package has been created  for  people  looking for a fun filled and active Costa Rica vacation that includes exciting daily guided eco-sport activities and Nature  tours in “one of the  most biologically intense place on earth” - the Osa Peninsula
You can choose  a daily activity :
  • Half day Dolphin and Whale watching tour.
  • Full day Rainforest hike in Corcovado National Park.
  • Full day snorkeling at Caño Island Biological Reserve. 
    Canopy Tour

Package Specifications

7 nights / 8 days at dagmarlodge, located in  playa Uvita  
  •  guided tours.
  •  fantastic daily meals.....

What to bring


Linen, cotton, poly-cotton blends, and quick-dry fabrics (sport shirts/shorts) are ideal.
Hiking shorts
Sweater and rain jacket
Socks (bring extra pairs in case your feet get wet)
Small day pack or fanny pack for hikes
Hat(s) with visor for rain and sun protection
Shirts cotton or light synthetic, long and short sleeved
Casual clothing for city traveling


PRICE: 700 Euros about 800 $$$  per person but  do email us for a better quote  thank  you the  team


Corcovado National Park protects major habitats including a montane forest, which covers more than half the park; a cloud forest, located in the highest region, richly populated by oaks and tree ferns; swamp forests, flooded practically year-round; a Yolillo forest, predominated by palms; a mangrove swamp, located on the estuaries of the Llorona, Corcovado and Sirena Rivers; and a freshwater herbaceous swamp.
The park is home to some 500 species of trees-equivalent to a quarter of all the tree species in Costa Rica. Some of the larger trees include the purple heart, guanacaste, ceiba, shoe maker tree, cow tree, espavel and Royal mahogany wood.
Corcovado Location: On the pacific coast 335 km. (208 m.) from San Jose via Inter-American Hwy; Puntarenas, southwestern side of the Osa Peninsula
Corcovado Area: 2,400 Maritime Ha. (5,928 acres); 54,039 Terrestrial Ha. (133,476 acres) – 1/3 of the Peninsula de Osa
Corcovado Services: Camping facilities at Sirena, park headquarters
Hiking: On marked and unmarked trails
Corcovado Annual Rainfall: 6,000 mm (195 inches)
Hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Corcovado National Park contains approximately 140 species of mammals, 367 birds, 117 amphibians and reptiles, 40 types of freshwater fish, and it is estimated that there are some 6,000 types of insects. It is common to see large herds of white-lipped peccary, as well as howler, spider white faced, and squirrel monkeys. The park is sanctuary to the largest population of scarlet macaws in the country, many of which are easily accessible from the Sirena station or along the beach. Other species of birds found here are the king vulture, white hawk, short-billed pigeon, orange-chinned parakeet and bronze-tailed sickle bill.
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