Do you want to experience adventure this vacation? Well, the Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp offers you on a budget and comfortable opportunity to enjoy the
most beautiful place on the planet; the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. Our Camp is near Corcovado National Park and the Caño Island Biological Reserve. This extravagant place is an amazing blend in of tropical wilderness and beaches, cataloged by the National Geographic Society as “one of the most biologically intense places on Earth!”. A large population of jaguars, eagles, monkeys, tapirs, birds in general, reptiles, large mammals including the giant anteater feel at home here, It is also an important marine sanctuary, protecting a long distance of coastal reefs, rivers, estuaries and lagoons.
Board one of the daily flights by Nature Air, SANSA or a private charter to the Drake Bay airstrip. At the airport, you will take a taxi drive to Drake Bay. A boat will take you on a 10 minute ride to the Corcovado and Caletas areas. You could hike the 6 miles distance to Drake Bay beach, from there go across the Drake river using a walking hanging bridge, then climb some hills that run near the shore and get down to Las Caletas beach where the camp is. This is like another 8 miles hike. This whole walking adventure could take you around 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Airplane to Palmar Sur From San Jose or Quepos
Board one of the daily flights by Nature Air, SANSA or a private charter to the Palmar Sur airstrip. A 30-minute taxi ride through co-opted palm oil and banana plantations leaves you at the banks of the Sierpe River where our transport boat will meet you for the ride down this jungle river. You’ll enter the Pacific from the mouth of the Sierpe, then cross Drake Bay before making landfall on Caletas de Osa’s golden-sand beach.
Take a bus to San Isidro from San Jose: You will go up the “Cerro de la Muerte” and come down in San Isidro del General, after having lunch in this town, take another bus to Sierpe. Once you get to Sierpe, you will have to contract a boat ride to Drake Bay or Las Caletas where the camp is.
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