Introducing Parque Nacional Corcovado
Famously labeled by National Geographic as ‘the most biologically intense place on earth,’ this national park is the last great original tract of tropical rainforest in Pacific Central America. The bastion of biological diversity is home to Costa Rica’s largest population of scarlet macaws, as well as countless other endangered species, including Baird’s tapir, the giant anteater and the world’s largest bird of prey, the harpy eagle. Corcovado’s amazing biodiversity has long attracted a devoted stream of visitors who descend from Bahía Drake and Puerto Jiménez to explore the remote location and spy on a wide array of wildlife.
Parque Nacional Corcovado destination guides
Corcovado National Park Extension
Corcovado is at once Costa Rica’s best-kept secret and the crown jewel of its national parks. Incredibly rich in flora and fauna, this is one place where spotting an elusive jaguar is possible. The comfortable lodge puts you in the heart of tropical wilderness with easy access to virgin rainforest, waterfalls and beaches.