Explore the crown jewel of Costa Rica’s national parks on a private tour. In addition to being the country’s largest park, Corcovado also includes the largest primary forest on the American Pacific coastline and accordingly supports a range of spectacular and rare animals.
Two hikes will take you to different areas of the park, giving you the best chances of spotting wildlife.
Scarlet macaws populate the trees overhead as you move through the forest. Listen for the scurrying of tapirs and keep a watchful eye for the elusive jaguar—Corcovado is one of the feline’s last great refuges in North America.