We're looking at travelling to Costa Rica in November. We're really visiting Costa Rica for wildlife viewing and so would like to visit Corcovado as it looks to be one of the better National Parks for wildlife. Having looked into it on the internet, it says that it's not a good time to visit as November is during the wet season when there's torrential rain.
Has anyone been during November (or October would be similar in climate)? Does it really rain all day every day like some of the info we have read would suggest? Is it really that bad or can you still get a lot out of a visit during that time?
Or would we be better going to somewhere else if we go in November? If so any suggestions for us wildlife lovers?
Thanks in advance for your help!!Edited: 1:27 pm, February 23, 2013