This rainforest excursion is an unparalleled opportunity to explore the dense primary rainforest adjacent to San Pedrillo, Corcovado National Park’s northernmost ranger station. From the hotel, you’ll take a 25-minute boat ride along the west coat of the Osa. After the wet landing at the station, you’ll begin your rainforest journey. During the morning hike, your guide will point out many of the diverse species along the trail You may see whitefaced, spider and howler monkeys, white-lipped peccaries, scarlet macaws, coati, and countless other birds and insects.
After the morning hike and a break for lunch, you will have the opportunity to hike to a beautiful waterfall. Along the way to the falls you will have another chance for your guide to point out more of the bio diverse flora and fauna. The waterfalls offer the perfect opportunity to relax, take a refreshing swim in the cool fresh water, and take some magnificent pictures of this beautiful area. After some time at the falls, you will return to the ranger station to catch the boat back to the hotel, and on the way, if you’re lucky, you may have the chance to see humpback whales or dolphins breaching and spinning in the ocean.
Hotel: Aguila de Osa (standard room)