We booked a 3-day jungle trip and stayed for 2 nights in the Sirena ranger station. The lodge is in the middle of the jungle and you can do short hikes from here and see a lot of nature and animals.
The lodge is very primitive: there is no hot water, the electricity is till 8pm, after that there is no light. The toilets are dirty and I saw a cockroach. Also there is nothing to do apart from hiking; there are just a couple of uncomfortable chairs and that's it, no games or magazines or anything else to do instead of hiking.
We slept under a mosquito net in the building, that was okay. I think it was much better than the dorms or in a tent because it was very hot and humid. Please don't forget your DEET (bug repellent) and ear plugs!
About our trip; we started from Puerto Jiminez and with our guide William Mora we drove in our hired car to Carate. Then we walked about 20 km through the jungle and beaches and we arrived at the lodge. The hike was very heavy, but we saw a lot of animals and we made the most beautiful pictures! In the evening the guide cooked a delicious meal for us. The next day we also got breakfast, lunch and dinner from our guide and we did a short hike. The third day we went back to Carate to the parkingplace and we survived Corcovado!
I would definitely recommend you to go to Corcovado and do a least a 2 day jungle trip!
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