Corcovado National Park

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A visit to Corcovado National Park is truly an escape. Your to-do list in Corcovado is simply bring your camera. Thanks to its remoteness within Costa Rica, Corcovado isn't for the faint of heart, but it rewards visitors with the "most biologically intense place on earth" (National Geographic). Monkeys, jaguars, Vipers, Boa Constrictors, Sloths, Macaws, and Toucans are among the wildlife that call Corcovado their home. Trails and tour guides help visitors find safe and rewarding viewing locations. The remote beauty of this national forest is so stunning it will surpass even your wildest dreams. Corcovado National Park is a true rainforest experience.
Photo Credit: Costa Rica Tourism Board
Photo Credit: Costa Rica Tourism Board
Photo Credit: Carrieann Schneider
Photo Credit: Costa Rica Tourism Board
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Photo Credit: CorcovadoGuide
Photo Credit: CorcovadoGuide

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Whale and Dolphin Watching Tours

Whale watching in the Pacific waters of Drake Bay and Cano Island and get close encounters with whales and dolphins from the comfort of our boat, and in season and with a little luck, thrilling sightings of humpback whale mothers and their calves. Whale watching seasons are December - March and July- November.
Cost: $85 per person
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Snorkeling at Cano Island

The departure for the Snorkeling Tour at Cano Island is at 7:30 am. During the scenic boat ride aboard our 24 feet PANGA boats, which lasts approximately 50 minutes, enjoy frequent sightings of dolphins, marine birds, as well as -- in season -- whales, false orcas and sea turtles.
Cost: $75 per person
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Mangrove Forest Tour

In the mangrove forest tour from the comfort of the boat, explore the beautiful maze of canals and rivers while your guide points out the region's fascinating wildlife.
Cost: $95 per person
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Juan Santamaria International Airport [SJO]