Hi, my husband and I are in our 40’s and would love to visit Corcovado NP in February. We’re hiring a 4*4 to get around. I’m able to do a 3-5 hour walk but would not be wanting to do hikes lasting much longer. My question is whether I can drive to where I would meet a guide for a walk or whether I’d need to get a boat? I’m happy (and would enjoy) a boat on narrow waterways but am not able to do the faster open water boat trips due to a neck injury. Any info/ tips would be really helpful.
Hello. Is it really worth coming all the way from Manuel Antonio and staying 2-3 nights in Drake just to do a one-day (one-morning) visit of the Corcovado National Park?? Any tips? Is it really disagreeable insect wise? And is the Sierpe to Drake boat really that dangerous as some other TA travellers make out? I will be travelling with my two teenage adolescents and we're used to the water. Thanks for the info.
Headed to Corcovado in June. I have a few questions about logistics. Is it feasible to hire a guide once in Puerto Jiminez or is it better to do so ahead of time? We'll have a 4WD vehicle. Should we drive all the way to Carate or take one of the public transport options? How did you keep your camera and other electronic equipment dry?
Hi, im looking for a one day tour ( not half day) ( I will be there at the beginning of March ). From Sirena station to Patos and back unless there are amazing locations I did not come across from reviews? Is it possible to arrange that sort of walk? i guess this would be more into primary forest as I do not want to walk along the beach. This I can do by myself from Drake to Pedrillo station entrace. Any Guide suggestion please. Thank you.