La Perla del Sur



Corcovado National Park

National Geographic has dubbed it the most biologically intense place on Earth, and it is estimated that no other place in the world (of similar size) hosts greater biological diversity.

Corcovado is home to many endangered animals or those that can only be seen in Costa Rica in this location. This adventure, starting in Sierpe, is one of the few trips you can enjoy in our country where in a single day you can see all four species of monkeys and species that are endemic or can only be found in Corcovado, such as pumas, tapirs, peccaries, birds, snakes, and the vast number of trees that tell a story of their existence in the natural world.

We offer two routes for an unprecedented adventure, including:

San Pedrillo Station:

A 35-minute boat ride to the mouth of the Sierpe River through the mangrove channels, followed by approximately 45 minutes to the park station by the Pacific Ocean (same duration for return). Departure is at 8:00 am, return at 4:00 pm at the Sierpe Port.

Consists of two hikes on two different trails, with a duration of two and a half hours for the first hike, followed by a buffet lunch (fruits, salad, juice, water, dessert, ham, and other snacks). The second hike is one and a half hours, leading to a waterfall in the midst of a primary forest, with ample time for swimming. A total of three and a half hours at the station, with an explanation and search for some species in the mangrove area on the return journey. Includes: local bilingual guide, entrance fees, lunch, boat transportation, mangroves, insurance, whale watching during the season.

Sirena Station:

Departure at 7:00 am, similar to the San Pedrillo Station, the boat journey traverses the largest wetland water trails in Costa Rica, with a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours to Sirena (same duration for return). Followed by hikes within a secondary forest, exploring the various park trails in search of Corcovado's flora and fauna.

Likewise, a delicious lunch, unlike that served at San Pedrillo, is served plated (restaurant-style). Explanation of the mangrove area on the return journey, concluding the tour at 4:30 pm, with a rich Costa Rican coffee.



  • Local bilingual guide.
  • Lunch at the station restaurant.
  • Water transportation.
  • Mangroves.
  • Complete safety.


  • Shorts.
  • Shoes.
  • Water shoes.
  • Reusable water bottle.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Mosquito repellent.

It is not allowed:

  • Single-use plastics.
  • Food.
  • Drugs.
  • Cigarettes or e-cigarettes.
  • Any type of personal weapons or blades.
  • Any generated trash must be brought back.

Contact information

Phone: +506 2788-1082
WhatsApp: +506 8825-3326 / +506 8380-8184
Fax: +506 2788-1180
E-mail address:

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