Drake Bay Tours and Activities

Drake Bay tours and activities listing, a guide of excursions available while traveling in Drake Bay
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The Osa Peninsula is one of the wildest, most biologically diverse places on the planet. This 3-day, 2-night tour will take you through the heart of it, allowing you to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the Costa Rican outdoors. Do note that tour participants should be physically fit, as you’ll cover around 30 miles (50 km) on foot.
On this tour, you’ll get to snorkel and SCUBA dive to see what lives beneath the surface of the water near Cano Island. This area is called the Costa Rican Thermal Convection Dome, and it attracts pods of whales and dolphins.
Rugged jungle terrain makes for an exciting hike and is home to an impressive variety of wildlife. Observe the serene, yet wild, beauty of Drake Bay as your boat takes you to Sirena Station. Let a naturalist guide help you identify plants and animals, and enjoy lunch back at the station. Spend a day enjoying fresh air, exercise, and plenty of adventure in Costa Rica’s great outdoors.
Make your next vacation an adventure when you go on this exciting excursion! Spend two days exploring Corcovado National Park when you stay overnight at the Sirena Biological Station — host to researchers and scientists. Your tour begins and ends with a boat ride across the beautiful Drake Bay, so you'll have the opportunity to spot aquatic flora and fauna in addition to the many plants and animals that call the beaches and jungles of Corcovado National Park home. Take your time exploring countless hiking trails, Corcovado Lake, Llorona Waterfall, and beaches — get more out of your time at the park with this exciting 2 day/1 night tour!
Corcovado National Park’s Sirena Station tour offers you a wildlife filled adventure. As you explore the park’s trail system, you will have the opportunity to observe countless forms of wildlife—including over 400 species of birds, all four Costa Rican monkey species, and 10 percent of the mammals within the Americas.
Marine Mammals frequent the waters surrounding Drake Bay and the goal of this trip is to search for and observe animals in there natural habitat but not to disturb or disrupt them. It is common to find whales, dolphins, manta rays and sea turtles.