**The transport: we travel by shuttle at 5:30 am from Puerto Jimenez to Carate, the last day we travel by boat from Sirena at 12:00pm to Drake Bay arriving around 2:00 pm takes 2 hours by boat 

* 100 % Local Tourist Guide Service                            
*Daily entrance fee p/p
*Camping at Sirena Station
*Transport Puerto Jimenez - Carate (by shuttle)
*Transport Sirena - Drake Bay (by boat)     
**Bunk beds with mattress and blankets  
**Tour arrangement (payments, entrance tickets and others)
**Telescophe / Binoculars
**First aid kit 
**Walking sticks
***Free Luggage storage 
***Free 2 hrs City tour in Puerto Jimenez
***Free Bikes to use in Puerto Jimenez
***Free 2 exclusive field guides about animals
and birds of Costa Rica in PDF
2 DAYS / 1 NIGHTS $250 per person minimum 2 pax
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS $350 per person minimun 2 pax


Corcovado gives us the possibility to get to the Sirena station and then combine the ride from La Leona, with the beauty and relaxation of a boat trip to Drake Bay.
This tour is designed for those visitors who want to spend a little more time walking in the heart of Corcovado Park and do not want to walk that far on the way back.

The first day taking the bus at 5:30 am, from Puerto Jimenez to the community of Carate, after that we will start walking on a forest path until we reach La Leona station, where after registering with the park rangers and a short break, our tour guide will lead you through forest and coast paths, deciphering the secrets of the forest, in search of wildlife and so after approximately 7 hours of walking, we will arrive at the Sirena station, where we will pass the night in a comfortable bed, surrounded by darkness and the silence of the forest, spending one or two nights there 

On the last day of the excursion, instead of waking up early to return to Carate, we will walk the trails around the Sirena station taking advantage of the morning to look for wildlife species such as the tapir, peccaries and others and at noon board the boat from the beach at the Sirena station to Drake Bay and hopefully we can find some dolphins on our way back