Jungla del Jaguar tours and custom packages are the best ways to experience Corcovado and surrounding environments. We can organize San Pedrillo and Sirena Day Trips, Multi-Day Adventures, Cano Island Snorkeling and Diving, Horseback Riding, Whale and Dolphin Watching and much more. Contact us to reserve your spot. Please note that all tours and packages are subject to availability.
The main natural attraction of the Osa Peninsula is Corcovado National Park. Corcovado National Park is one of the richest and most diverse tropical areas on the planet. It covers nearly half of the entire peninsula and has the largest lowland rainforest in Central America. Corcovado has one of the largest populations of scarlet macaws in Costa Rica, second only to Carara National Park. All four species of monkeys and both sloth species live in the park. The park also houses five species of wild cat including Ocelots, Jaguarondi, Margays, Pumas, and Jaguars.
Check out our exclusive extreme trekking option!
Corcovado National Park
Caño Island Marine Reserve
Lunch on the boat return (please advise if you are vegetarian)
Jungla del Jaguar is the closest lodge to Caño Island, the best snorkeling and diving experience in Costa Rica. Swim with an astounding variety of marine life including sharks, rays, sea turtles and huge schools of fish. Tours include lunch, certified bilingual guide, marine park entrance fee, transportation and equipment.
Snorkeling $95 per person *$65 kids 12 and under
Scuba Diving $140 per person
*Scuba Divers need to be certified unless requesting a discover scuba trip; please contact us for details
WHALE & DOLPHIN WATCHING
Drake Bay is home to 11 species of resident whales and dolphins! Not only that, but we are visited by two huge families of humpback whales each year between July and March. Our inshore tour involves whale and dolphin watching between the hostel and Cano Island and takes approximately 5 hours. Our deep sea trip involves going 30 miles offshore to find the megapods of spinner and bottlenose dolphins, recently featured on Blue Planet 2!
GUIDED NIGHT HIKE
Experience the jungle in a completely different light. Take a guided hike on our private trails to search for all manner of night creatures including frogs, kinkajous, tapirs, snakes, opossums, bats, owls, skunks and innumerable insects. Our spotlights are perfect for viewing and photographing, and rubber boots are also provided.
-$35 per person
Ride a horse through the wild primary rainforest. We offer a private tour with a local spanish speaking guide. You can choose your route either to the border of the Corcovado National Park where you can swim in some refreshing pools by a waterfall or venture up to the breathtaking ridge with beautiful views of the pacific and Cano Island where you can grab a beer at the local bar and run the horses on the beach. This is an authentic excursion with a local farmer and his very well behaved horses. No prior horse experience is required. Guests who embark on this tour say it is their favorite experience of their trip in Costa Rica!
-$60 per person
Get private surf lessons and surf some of the best waves in Costa Rica. Experience uncrowded perfection at a flawless left point or get barreled at some of the best beach break in the world. Surf spot access is hiking or boat access only!
- price varies
Come experience some of the best fishing in the world. Dorado, Sailfish, Tuna, and Wahoo are in abundance here in the waters of the Osa Peninsula. The Costa Rican thermal convection dome provides nutrient rich waters making fishing excellent year round. Jungla del Jaguar offers a variety of ways to fish including handline fishing, private offshore fishing charters, and combination tours with Cano Island or Rio Claro and San Josecito.
3-Hour Sunset Trip
Join us for a sunset troll across the last place on earth where the primary rainforest meets the sea. Stay in-shore and target Roosterfish, Mackerel, Jacks and Snook while watching our incredible sunsets. Includes snacks, an assortment of beverages, guide, and fishing gear.
For a 1/2 day trip we generally leave at 7:00 AM and return around 12:00 PM. Depending upon what is biting and what species the angler wants to target, we can go out to Caño Island for Grouper, Snapper, Tuna, and Wahoo or stay in-shore and target Roosterfish, Mackerel, Jacks and Snook. We do not go offshore on a half-day trip. Includes lunch, snacks, an assortment of beverages, guide, and fishing gear.
Full Day Trip
On a full day trip the angler has many options. We generally pick up our clients at 7 a.m. and return at 4 p.m. For those anglers who want to target Sailfish, Marlin, Tuna or Mahi-Mahi we generally go out around 15-25 miles depending upon where the fish are. It’s often possible to go offshore in the morning and catch and release Sailfish and then move in-shore to fish for some dinner (Grouper, Snapper, etc.) in the afternoon. The key is to communicate with your Captain when you board the boat on what type of fishing you would like to do. For those anglers who want to maximize their opportunities to catch a lot of fish in a wide variety of species, a full day trip is a must! Includes lunch, snacks, an assortment of beverages, guide, and fishing gear. Your captain will gladly fillet the fish you catch and the chefs will prepare it for you for dinner.
Rates are for 1-4 people
SNORKEL & KAYAK RENTAL
We offer snorkels and kayaks for rent to explore the bays and rock formations in our immediate area. Take snorkels and fins right to the bay in our front yard to discover an abundance of reef fish, parrot fish, jacks, octopus, starfish, pompano, and many other variations of sea life.
-$20 snorkel rental per day per person
Or paddle out on a 15 minute journey to Roca Campanario where one can find sea turtles and larger fish such as rooster fish and barracudas. Dolphins have also been sighted here.
-$20 kayak rental per day per person
Bioluminescent Plankton Kayak Tour
The rock formations outside our bay provide the perfect environment to explore our bioluminescent plankton filled waters away from man-made light. Guided Bioluminescent Plankton tours begin at 7pm and last for approximately one hour. They include snorkeling gear and kayaks for exploring the water as well as our guide with a lifetime of experience on the water.
Bioluminescence refers to an electric-blue light that is emitted from the ocean of Drake Bay. This glow comes from many species of tiny plankton which contain a similar chemical to that which lights up the bums of lightening bugs throughout the Americas. These plankton species use the chemical reaction to scare off predators so it is only activated when something alters it’s immediate environment.
-$30 per person