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Corcovado National Park - An overview

Corcovado National Park

Corcovado National Park is one of Costa Rica most popular tourist attractions. It was established in 1975 when it was declared a protected area to prevent gold mining. Today the park includes an area of 164 square miles or 424 square kilometres, and can boast of being the largest primary forest on the American Pacific coastline. Corcovado National Park is known as one of the most bio-diverse locations anywhere on the globe, which includes Jaguars, Scarlet Macaws, Sloths, Coatis and plenty of howler monkeys. All of this making it a dense rich rainforest.


Visiting Corcovado National Park

The Corcovado National Park is open to the public both for day trips as well as for overnight trips as long as all visitors are accompanied by a certified guide.
Layout of Corcovado National Park :-There are Four ranger stations inside the Corcovado National Park namely, Sirena, San Pedrillo, La Leona, and Los Patos. There are tourist trails from each of these ranger stations. While Los Patos, La Leona, and San Pedrillo stations are located on the edges of the park, Sirena is located at the very heart of the park and is connected by walking trails to La Leona and Los Patos.

What to see in Corcovado National Park

Sirena Station
Sirena Station

This ranger station is enclosed by secondary rainforest and therefore attracts many animals to its trails. Visitors are likely to find Monkeys, Sloths, Coatis, Caymans and many varieties of birds.

San Pedrillo Station
San Pedrillo Station

The San Pedrillo ranger station is a primary rainforest region and visitors can be amazed by trees which are over a hundred year old. The station is however not as rich in wildlife, but it more than makes up with flora for what it lacks in fauna.

La Leona Station
La Leona Station

The La Leona ranger station is located on the southern side of the park. It does not have as many trails as the other two, however visitors can hike up to Leona Creek and explore the pristine forest habitat..

Los Patos Station
Los Patos Station

The Los Patos ranger station can be reached via the La Palma community from Puerto Jimenez or by a long Eight to Ten hour hike from the Sirena station. Los Patos is only visited on an overnight or multi-day treks.

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