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Coordinator:

Elizabeth Bean

studycorcovado@gmail.com

+011 506 8361 2047

Corcovado National Park

 

We offer a range of exclusive Corcovado tours, exploring the primary jungles of San Pedrillo, the waterfalls at Llorona and the tapir breeding grounds of Sirena. All tours include bilingual guide, park passes, meals and camping equipment for San Pedrillo overnights.

Corcovado Day Trips

-San Pedrillo                                                                          $90 per person

-Sirena                                                                                      $90 per person

-Llorona Waterfall                                                              $120 per person

Corcovado Overnight Tours

-Sirena Station, 1 Night.                                                  $330 per person

Tours

GUIDED NIGHT HIKE​

Experience the jungle in a completely different light. Take a guided hike on our private trails to search for all manner of night creatures including frogs, kinkajous, tapirs, snakes, opossums, bats, owls, skunks and innumerable insects. Our spotlights are perfect for viewing and photographing, and rubber boots are also provided.

 

HORSEBACK RIDING

Our local guide, Wilber, will bring his impeccably well trained and well feed horses to the station, pick up students, and take them an hour through the jungle to his remote homestead farm. There, students will learn to live like locals by catching sardines in streams with nothing but a stick and some beans.

Sea turtle conservation and Rio Claro waterfalls tour

-Travel by boat to San Jocecito Cove to learn about Don Ricardo’s sea turtle conservation project

-Observe sea turtle nests

-Learn about the challenges of sea turtle conservation

-The guide will take students up the waterfall trail to swim in multiple waterfalls and observe the clay and rock formations

 

Workshops:

Wild cat monitoring seminar

 

Learn

  • How to set up a camera trap project

  • How to determine optimal frequency zones

  • How to monitor and estimate wildlife populations

  • How to get funding for wildlife conservation projects

Guided jungle excursion: turning hunters into rainforest guides 

Students learn how jobs and poverty can determine the fate of local ecosystems. They meet our local tour guide, Eric, a former hunter, who will show them the tracking skills that he now uses to find rare animals for tourism instead of food.

Other Workshops:

  • Tropical cooking

  • Knot tying

  • Medicinal plant identification

  • Fish filleting

  • Fish printing (Gyotaku)

  • How to make Coconut milk

Service Projects:

Beach Clean ups

Camera trap project data collection

Trail maintenance