Grab your hiking shoes and hop on board a boat for a trip to the Sirena Station in the heart of the Corcovado National Park. An expert bilingual guide takes you on a hike along beach trails from mangrove to mountain forests, habitat of four species of monkeys, as well as coatis, sloths, anteaters, as well as a wide variety of birds, including tanagers, flycatchers, kingfishers, manakins, trogons, crested guans, spectacular scarlet macaws, and toucans. Keep a sharp eye and with luck you may see a harpy eagle, tapir wallowing in a water hole, a crocodile, or even a fleeting puma or tracks of a jaguar!
Sirena is over a one hour boat ride in a skiff. The coast line is scenic beyond belief. Once you arrive at the beach near the Sirena ranger station you need reef walkers or sandals to walk to shore as it is rocky. The beach landing can be wild so be quick, alert, and listen to your guide. The trip is not recommended for the faint of heart. Avid naturalists will enjoy seeing this remote station in Corcovado National Park.
Stop for a picnic lunch under the shade of a palm tree served with fresh fruit and juices. Return to the hotel mid-afternoon for some relaxing time by the pool or to enjoy the surf at Cocalito beach.