Corcovado National Park is the most biodiverse place in Costa Rica and is a world-class destination for seeing wildlife. It’s teeming with mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects — and if crossing rivers at high tide, watch out for the crocodiles and sharks too. Corcovado is the largest protected lowland Pacific rainforest in the Americas, and it’s wild and remote and not for the timid.
There are no roads in the park, but you can fly into a grass airstrip, take a boat from Drake Bay or hike in from ranger stations on the northeast or southeast.
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