Set in lush banana groves about 20 miles from the Pacific Coast, Sierpe serves as a gateway for catching boat transportation to Corcovado National Park, Drake Bay, or Cano Island near the Osa Peninsula for rugged hiking adventures, sport fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving. Located on the Sierpe River about 15 miles south of Palmar Sur off the Interamerican Highway, Sierpe can also be accessed by national plane service flying into Palmar Sur. At the entrance to Terraba Sierpe National Wetlands, Sierpe's magnificent mangroves are some of the largest in the world. Eco-lodges, complete with internet access and onsite restaurants, provide overnight accommodations for those connecting with scheduled tours to isolated areas. Local tours include horseback riding, birdwatching, safari floating trips, canoeing, and other wildlife experiences.
The Estero Azul Lodge is a rustic eco-lodge located along a small branch of river off of the Sierpe Mangroves. Hotel amenities include restaurant, groomed trails, and internet.
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