We're thinking about going to Corcovado on the 1 day to get there 1-2 days there, 1 day to get back plan in February. My in-laws, who are with us for the rest of the family trip to Costa Rica, are considering going with us. My mother-in-law is deciding based on whether there are things for her to see while we are off hiking. She is in her 60s and in good shape, but has ankles that are prone to turning and a tendency to get pretty badly hurt when she falls. Thus she's intimidated by a lack of trails or even those that are rough. We're trying to find activities that are lower intensity and haven't found much, but maybe we just aren't looking in the right places. Are there easier hikes or guided boating tours, or enough things for her to do at the Osa Wildlife sanctuary to make the trip worth it for her? Or would it be better for us to either split off or pick a different destination like Manuel Antonio?