Corcovado National Park tour from Uvita

Corcovado National Park tour from Uvita, one day tour to San Pedrillo Station

Corcovado National Park tour from Uvita is a great one day tour, to see the most bio diverse protected forest of Costa Rica, home of 4 different species of monkeys, sloths, iguanas, coatis, snakes, and the most unseen species but no less important to mention, the tapir and anteaters.

This park is habitat of nearly 2,5 per cent of the world’s species of flora and fauna, some of them in danger of extinction. So, be ready for an inspiring jungle walk in the largest patch of primary forest in the pacific side of Costa Rica.

Boat ride from Uvita to San Pedrillo takes 90 minutes

Included
Insurance
First aid kit
Certified crew
Snorkeling gear
Water and fruit
Safety equipment
National park fee
Breakfast and lunch
English-Spanish guide

What to bring
Water
Towel
snacks
sun block
Sunglasses
Bathing suit
Walking shoes

$165 per person
+11 years old
$95 per kid
3 to 10 years old
To book for kids and adults, please add them to the cart separately.
Deductible deposit required to book this tour
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Notes
1-Parents with infants that have not paid, must sit them on your legs.
2-Private tours available for a price of $1900 for a maximum of 8 people.
3-Pick up from local accommodations included if need it. We can gladly quote transportation from other places.
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Corcovado National Park tour from Uvita
Average rating:  
 1 reviews
 by Annika105
Highly recommended

It was a quite pleasant 1.5 hour boat ride out to the national park. We hiked various trails for about 3 hours total, and got to see so much wildlife! Our guide was great, and helped us take pictures with our phones through the telescope. He also sent us the pictures he took with his professional camera. We saw spider monkeys, howler monkeys, and capuchins, a big family of coatis, Jesus Christ lizards, crocodiles, frogs, a yellow throated toucan eating a frog, a tree turkey, some hawks, some macaws, and on the boat ride we saw some pelicans, and some spotted dolphins. We hiked to a waterfall where we were given the option of swimming, they provided fruits, snacks, and water, and back in the office we got a lovely lunch. We were very lucky that there was only one more couple that signed up for the tour that day, so it was a very nice small group of 4 plus our guide. Highly recommended, but make sure you bring bug spray, there are so many mosquitoes!