Corcovado National Park holds the largest expanse of lowland tropical rainforest in Central America at 41,000 hectares and is also one of the world’s tallest rainforests. Fer-de-Lance, the country’s most venomous snake, is found here, so our experienced naturalist guides will take you through established hiking trails – safety as a priority. Some of the wildlife you may encounter include margays, ocelots, tapirs, sloths and crocodiles, and the endangered squirrel monkey, spider monkey, howler monkey and white-faced monkey can all see be seen here. Poison arrow frogs are amongst the 116 amphibian and reptile species, and of the 400 bird species, 20 are endemic.
Those who enjoy snorkelling and scuba-diving adventures into the marine world, Isla del Caño has pristine coral reefs that are concentrated with technicolour tropical fish as well as manta rays, turtles and sharks. Fishing tours of the mangroves can also be arranged from your lodge.
Explore wild jungle in search of sloths and monkeys, before heading to the stunning coral reefs for some marine exploration.