Sirena Station Overnight Expedition in Corcovado

Travel deep into the heart of Corcovado National Park to experience National Geographic's selection for “most biologically intense place” on earth.

Sirena Station Overnight Expedition in Corcovado National Park
Re-establish the Harmony That Exists Between You and Nature

 The Sirena Station Overnight Expedition is the definitive Corcovado National Park experience.Since this station is less accessible, there is greater opportunity to spot rarer rainforest wildlife (including monkeys, agoutis, coatis, peccaries, and if we’re lucky, maybe even a wildcat!) Your naturalist guide will explain the intricate ecosystem of the rainforest during your first full day hike, with plenty of time for you capture the perfect photo or simply sit in awe of the abundant wildlife. Experience our guided night tour as the rainforest comes alive at with a host of nocturnal wildlife. The guided morning tour introduces you to some of the most magnificent birds on the planet - tanagers, kingfishers, trogons, toucans and scarlet macaws. The afternoon boat voyage back to your lodge is an opportunity to spot dolphins, sea turtles, or whales. Would you like more time in Corcovado National Park? Let us design a custom tour for you.

See what our guest have to say about this tour:

Hi Carlos,

We had a wonderful time on our Sirena overnight trip last week!  Kenneth is a very skilled and knowledgeable guide.  He located and identified all kinds of amazing wildlife and helped us to learn a lot about the rainforest.  We particularly liked our last hike along the Rio Claro, up a beautiful ridge, and through a section of primary forest.  It was great to take this less frequently used trail away from the other tourists and to experience a pristine section of the park.

We also appreciated that Kenneth visited us at our hotel in Drake Bay two days before the Sirena trip to make sure that we were prepared and that the logistics were all worked out.  It helped make sure that everything ran smoothly.

This trip to Corcovado National Park allowed us to experience a true Costa Rican treasure.  We are very pleased to have traveled with a company that facilitates ecotourism in the park.  We hope this important protected area continues always to be a stronghold for Jaguars, Tapirs, Squirrel Monkeys, and all the other amazing wildlife that takes refuge there.

With sincere thanks and best wishes,

Jay Reisinger

What’s Included

Tour Highlights

What to Bring

Cost Per Person

  • Transportation to and from your lodging
  • Naturalist Guided Tours – 1 full day hike, 1 night hike, ½ day hike day two
  • Park Entrance Fee
  • Two Lunches, Dinner and Breakfast
  • Rustic lodging in Corcovado National Park Ranger Cabin or tent
  • All bedding equipment
  • Chance to view four types of monkeys, coatis, sloths, anteaters, scarlet macaws, tanagers and the largest land mammal the tapir.
  • Night hike opportunity to see a wide range of insects and reptiles and with a little luck wild cats.


  • Sunscreen and bug repellent
  • Sport sandals and hiking boots
  • Flashlight or headlamp
  • Long sleeved shirt, pants
  • Swimsuit and towel
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Small case of toiletries including toothpaste, soap

From San Isidro, Dominical, Uvita, Ojochal: Minimum 4 persons
$350 US

From Drake Bay: Minimum 2 people
$250 US   






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