La Tarde is a small finca occupied by a family and their dog ‘Cuppy’ able to accommodate a small number of people, ideally suited for a couple really wanting to escape to an alternative OSA experience.
The family grow their own organic food, simple, nutritious and sustainable. Portions are generous and cooked in a simple wooden kitchen using traditional methods, all wood fire. You won’t find air con, TV, Internet, power appliances or hot water at La Tarde… if that sounds inviting La Tarde is for you.
Your host, Eduardo is an experienced guide and gold miner and has lived at La Tarde for 35 years. He knows the area better than any, a true jungle man with expert knowledge of the indigenous past, plant and animal species. He can spot a chameleon at distance.
Walk with Eduardo around the numerous paths used by locals for generations, horse ride or simply sit and chat practicing your Spanish, soaking up the spectacular views La Tarde has to offer. It will be a lasting memory. You’ll experience night walks, see the jungle in it’s many phases, learn how to attract a puma by making the sound of a distressed animal, eat wild foods and pan for gold.
By spending time at La Tarde you are supporting local people who have lived in the area for generations, this is not a tour company, this is real people with a simple way of life which is truly wonderful to experience. A visit will add a third dimension to your jungle dreams and you will come away with a much richer understanding of the struggles and opportunities the local people face living up close and personal with Corcovado National Park.
Corcovardo is easily accessible by road and is a one hour walk to Las Plama ranger station, which marks the entry to the park. La Tarde is perfectly situated for your entry to Corcovado.
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