Though Alfa Romeo serves over 40 destinations in Costa Rica, we specialize in Southern Zone and would like to share with you our featured local destinations below. Please visit our reservations page for a full list of destinations.

Corcovado National Park

Is one of the largest parks in Costa Rica’s world-renowned National Park System, often referred to as its crown jewel. Corcovado is a World Heritage Site and takes up about 2/3 the area of the Osa Peninsula. Corcovado comprises a classic lowland tropical rain forest ecosystem but enjoys the diversity of the girding mountains and their different ecosystems. Corcovado contains the largest expanse of contiguous tropical rain forest north of the Amazon Basin and receives as many as 7 meters of rain per year. Owing to its location along the isthmus separating North and South America, it has an unrivalled biodiversity. In fact 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity is found here.

Corcovado has four ranger stations. Overnight stays and hot meals are not offered at San Pedrillo, La Leona, nor Los Patos. Only Sirena Ranger Station, located at the heart of the park, offers these amenities and is outfitted with a grass landing strip. Sirena stays booked well in advance, so all planned excursions into the park should be reserved in advance to ensure availability. For more information about Corcovado National Park, please click here. To book your flight to Sirena, click HERE.

Drake Bay

Believed to be an anchorage used by Sir Francis Drake in the seventeenth century and possible location of one of the British pirate's fabled buried treasures, Drake is one of the most remote and primal tourist destinations in Costa Rica, and perhaps even the world. The town of Agujitas (Drake) has a population of a few hundred, and tourism is the economic base of the community. Drake is not on the beaten track, and is a destination. It’s literally at the end of the road. Due to river crossings, the road can be too dangerous to cross during heavy prolonged rains, leaving frustrated drivers to wait out the runoff. Boat service from the Sierpe River and air travel are the main connections between Drake and the rest of the world during the rainy season. There are miles of beautiful coastline, rocky crags and sandy coves that extend from Drake Bay, where the village of Agujitas is located toward the boundary of Corcovado National Park about 9 miles to the southwest. Along this stretch of beach are located some of the most remote and spectacular eco-lodges in Costa Rica.

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Carate

Carate is the southern gateway to Corcovado National Park, and like Drake Bay, is literally at the end of the road. In fact, Carate is the farthest it is possible to get from San Jose on the national highway system. Carate is a forty minute walk along the beach from the La Leona Ranger Station, the gateway used by thousands of visitors each year to hike to Sirena or for day tours of Corcovado National Park’s La Leona Sector. Carate offers the closest point of road access to any of the park entrances. Much more than one of the best ways to get to Corcovado, Carate is a world-class destination in its own right. Boasting miles of abandoned raw Pacific coastline and a backdrop of steep mountains, the Carate region is teeming with waterfalls, wildlife, wilderness, activities as well as sumptuous eco-lodges and haute cuisine.

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San Jose

Carate is the southern gateway to Corcovado National Park, and like Drake Bay, is literally at the end of the road. In fact, Carate is the farthest it is possible to get from San Jose on the national highway system. Carate is a forty minute walk along the beach from the La Leona Ranger Station, the gateway used by thousands of visitors each year to hike to Sirena or for day tours of Corcovado National Park’s La Leona Sector. Carate offers the closest point of road access to any of the park entrances. Much more than one of the best ways to get to Corcovado, Carate is a world-class destination in its own right. Boasting miles of abandoned raw Pacific coastline and a backdrop of steep mountains, the Carate region is teeming with waterfalls, wildlife, wilderness, activities as well as sumptuous eco-lodges and haute cuisine.

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