Introducing Bahía Drake To Corcovado
This craggy stretch of coastline is home to sandy inlets that disappear at high tide, leaving only the rocky outposts and luxuriant rainforest. Virtually uninhabited and undeveloped beyond a few tourist lodges, the setting here is magnificent and wild. If you’re looking to spend a bit more time along the shores of Bahía Drake before penetrating the depths of Parque Nacional Corcovado, consider a night or two in some of the country’s most remote accommodations.
The only way to get around the area is by boat or by foot, which means that travelers are more or less dependent on their lodges.