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One-Day Corcovado
Corcovado National Park is the crown jewel of the renowned Costa Rican National Park system. The best way to see Corcovado is to spend a 2-3 day expedition inside the park. But if you have just one day and want to see Corcovado, this tour provides 4-5 hours of time inside the park, enough to explore the area up to the Madrigal River area before having to return to be in time to catch the return transport at Carate at 4:00.
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Mangrove Kayak
This tour launches from the Pueblo Viejo beach. Bring swim gear, sunscreen, insect repellant (or use ours), boat shoes optional. Be prepared for three hours of light paddling up the river as the tide comes in and a return down the mangrove estuary as the tide is receding. Look for a wide variety of estuarine birds including egrets and ibis. Also spot caymans, snakes, nutria, and a variety of fish types. Drag your kayak over a sand spit at the Platanares gooseneck and paddle the final way home in the Golfo Dulce.
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Matapalo Day Hike
For those that have one day to go and see the forest, this is the perfect guided tour. It combines primary and secondary forest, mountain and beach, river, waterfall, and coastline all within a hike of several kilometers a short 45 minute from drive. Cape Matapalo is one of the most breathtaking locations on the peninsula and is filled with wildlife. You are certain to see one or more species of monkey, scarlet macaws, coatimundis. Keep your eyes pealed for toucans, agoutis, and jaguarundis. The forest you will be hiking in is contiguous with Corcovado National Park and has most of the same wildlife as you would observe in the much more distant park.
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Canopy Tour
The Osa Peninsula now has three canopy operations. The oldest is Jinetes de Osa’s 1.6 km set of zip lines and platforms in the Drake Bay area, two hours drive from Jimenez. At Miramar, a fifteen minute ride from town, there are 1.2 km and five platforms. And at la Palma the newest canopy operation has 1.3 km and five platforms. Glide through the canopy 30 meters up in the air at eye-level with 90% of the forest wildlife. Enjoy the thrill of the ride. Low impact, easy to control your speed. A little dizzying being up so high. Not good for those unnerved by heights, but the total bomb for thrill seekers.
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Golfo Dulce Boat Tour
El Golfo Dulce fue famoso por Jacques Cousteau como un "fiordo tropical". Ciertamente, las montañas casi verticales que se elevan en la costa noreste sugieren la inclinación de los fiordos, que, por definición, son rasgos glaciares. Sin embargo, el golfo es el décimo golfo más profundo del mundo y es el hábitat de una gran cantidad de vida silvestre. Está abriendo terreno para las poblaciones de ballenas jorobadas del norte y sur del Pacífico y cuenta con escuelas de tiburones ballena en abril-mayo. El golfo protegido tiene una superficie lisa y vidriosa, ideal para nadar. Varios ríos desembocan en el golfo (dándole su nombre, "Golfo de agua dulce"), por lo que la visibilidad es limitada durante los períodos de fuertes lluvias, pero muy alta durante diciembre y abril. Navega por el Santuario de Vida Silvestre de Osa y haz snorkel en las rocas. Disfruta de la pintoresca zona de Mogos y recorre los manglares del río Esquinas durante la marea alta. Presupuesto $ 25 por persona extra para visitar el Santuario de Vida Silvestre.