Sirena was the place where most pioneers settled in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s before the creation of Corcovado National Park.
Sirena Station is mostly surrounded by secondary forests, which allows for the highest concentrations of wildlife in comparison to the other Corcovado stations. Secondary forests provide a great deal of food to wild animals. These wooded areas host a great diversity of fruit-bearing plants, thus increasing the chances of watching many animals.
We leave Puerto Jimenez at 5:30AM. The tour starts with a 25-minute ride across Golfo Dulce and a beautiful sunrise; the rest of the tour is across the Pacific Ocean, arriving at Sirena at 7:15AM.
Once at Sirena, the walk across the forest trails in search of the greatest quantity of animals begins.
Sirena is a biological station with six passable trails.
It is a five-hour walk.