Hiking in Corcovado (San Pedrillo) + Snorkeling in Caño Island

  • Hiking in Corcovado, Snorkeling in Caño Island
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If you don’t have much time and can’t miss the opportunity to get to know two jewels of the South Pacific, this is the tour for you! This time you will travel to San Pedrillo in Corcovado National Park, which is about an hour and a half by boat from Playa Uvita, once you arrive you will walk on the beach trail or the one that leads to the waterfall for a few hours; at noon you will enjoy a nice lunch!

After lunch you will take the boat again to Caño Island where you will snorkel in one of the island’s snorkeling spots, during which you will be able to observe manta rays, sharks, turtles and many species of fish and corals (depending on water visibility). And if you are lucky you will be able to see whales and dolphins on your return! The itinerary can be the other way around depending on the tide.

LOCATION San Pedrillo Biological Station – Caño Island
Boat transportation Entrance to the park and reserve
Snorkeling equipment Lunch
Captain Guide
Insurance Safety equipment
WHAT SHOULD YOU BRING? Sandals, walking shoes, comfortable clothing (long pants are recommended), bathing suit, sunscreen, insect repellent, camera, binoculars (if desired) and a plastic bag to store electronic items if necessary. Mask and alcohol gel.
REMARKS The tour is done with a minimum of 6 people and only during the dry season (January to April 31) and is only available upon request and only if the minimum number of people is met.

    • Children between 4 and 9 years old pay $100.00 each.
    • There is no charge for children under 4 years of age.
    • Check availability before booking.
    • The place of departure is defined at the time of booking.


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