The Corcovado National Park is one of the most remote national parks of Costa Rica. Because of its fantastic conservation efforts, the biodiversity is abundant in the area. The tour starts when you get picked up from your hotel to get to the Punta Uvita, there, you will board a boat that will transfer you to the Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park. The boat ride is usually about an hour and a half long but is subject to change on daily conditions. The coastline in impressive and quite beautiful, with deserted jungle-lined beaches and towering mountains behind it all. Dolphins can often be observed alongside the ship.
The tour guide will guide you along two trails at San Pedrillo. Each has a walking path for around two hours. The Corcovado National Park is considered to be one of the most biologically diverse places in the world. The bilingual guide may be able to point animals like monkeys or sloths, raccoons, anteaters, and with luck a tapir or wild cats. If the time favors you, you can also visit a waterfall for a quick swim.
Once the hike is complete, eat lunch and boat back to Uvita, another hour and a half ride. When you arrive, you will have transportation back to your hotel, the tour lasts about 8 or 9 hours, and time varies by location.