The highlight of our Peninsula is the Corcovado National Park. The park is around 42,000 hectares large, and hosts around 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity. The biodiversity here includes 400 species of birds, 140 species of mammals, 116 species of amphibians and reptiles, over 500 species of trees, and more than 6,000 species of insects.
There are several ways that you can see the park!
- Day Tour into Corcovado National Park
This is a typical hike our guests would choose – just a day hike to Corcovado and return the same day and sleep another night in our comfy hotel. We’ll help you to find a guide who will take you into the park. You cannot hike into the park without a guide. There is a one-day park fee of 15$ that you have to pay to go into the park. The guide charges a daily fee for his services, depending on the amount of people on the tour, and on the length of your hike.
ALL Day Hikes have to be arranged in ADVANCE. Usually we can arrange a day hike also around 1-2 days before you’d like to do the hike, but we need advanced notice to organize your permits for you.
Please inquire at our hotel for costs (varying costs).
- Sirena Station Overnight Stay in Corcovado National Park
Sirena Ranger station is the only ranger station offering an overnight option in Corcovado National Park. The hike to Sirena takes around 7-8 hours, mainly along the coast. The hike is one of the most popular Corcovado Hikes.
You have to book your overnight trip in advance – we recommend to book it at least 4 weeks before your stay. The ranger station fills up fast in high season!
The Ranger station is very rustic, with platforms where people sleep under mosquito nets on simple mattresses or in a tent. Food is offered at the station and also has to be booked in advance.
For pricing, please contact us directly and let us know you’re planning an overnight trip to Corcovado! We will connect you with the right guides and help you get everything set up.