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Carate-Sirena-Jiménez 3 Days, 2 Nights🇺🇸

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    • Activity Level Moderate
    • Group Size Small Group
      10 - 1 people
    All about the Carate-Sirena-Jiménez 3 Days, 2 Nights🇺🇸.

    Recommended bringing

    • Rain Boots (winter season)
    • Small Backpack
    • Re-usable Water Bottle
    • Hiking Boots (summer season)
    • Sunblock or a Hat
    • A Change of Clothe
    • Fast Dry Clothing, or Comfy Clothing
    • Insect Repellent or Long Sleeved shirts and pants

     Warning: Non-reusable water bottles are banned

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    What’s included?

    • Certified Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish)
    • 1st Day – Dinner
    • 2nd Day – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • 3rd Day – Breakfast
    • Vehicle transport from Puerto Jimenez to Carate
    • Boat transport from Sirena to Puerto Jimenez
    • Lodging in Sirena Biological Station (2 Night)
    • Admissions to Corcovado National Park

    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

    Does not include

    • Breakfast the first day
    • Lunch the third day
    • Beverages or snacks

    1. Itinerary Activities


      Route- Carate-Sirena-Jiménez

      MEETING POINT: Monar Bakery
      MEETING TIME: 05:00 am

      The guide will meet you at Monar Bakery to take the transport together to Carate. You will have 15 minutes to have breakfast and drink something. I highly recommend buying snacks or lunch to take with you on the hike.

      The drive to Carate lasts approximately an hour and a half, with some stops on the way to see wildlife! Once in Carate, you will walk an hour until you get to La Leona Station; there you will have 10 minutes to sign the visitor’s book, use the toilets, refill the water bottles and then start the hike to Sirena.

      The is 20Km to Sirena station, it will take about 7-9 hours on a flat trail parallel to the beach. The pace of the hike will depend on the tides, since you have to cross beaches and rivers.

      Once in the station you will rest for a while, have dinner, and then go to sleep.

      On the second day, you’ll wake up early to explore other interesting and different internal routes in the areas most visited by animals. Breakfast is at 6:00am, lunch starts at 11:30am and dinner will be at 6:00pm.

      On the last day, you will explore any of the remaining trails; back track to search for animals on the trail or you can just relax on the beach; then around 11:30am you will return to the station to get your luggage and start heading to the beach to take the boat at 12:30pm to go back to Puerto Jiménez arriving at around 2:00pm.