mULTIDAY TOUR - 3 DAYS / 2 NIGHT
TERRABA & BORUCA
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Recommend minimum age: All public.
Description: The Térrabas are an indigenous group from the South Pacific with a rich cultural heritage. Living near the Grande de Térraba River, they are a community that has survived for hundreds of years thanks to their knowledge of how the land is managed. It has six wooden cabins with private bathrooms (1 complies with Law 7600, and the other five accounts with three single beds each). Additionally, there is a hostel with cabins with shared bathrooms, with a capacity for 11 people, excellent for groups and volunteers.
Rates valid until: 30 Nov 2024
From 2 to 7 people: net price per person 184.00 US$
From 8 years: net price per person 160.00 US
- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Specified on the day by day).
- Mask Lessons – Cacao and cultural experience.
- voluntary tipping
- alcoholic beverages
You should bring in your backpack:
- rain coat
- Insect repellent
- comfortable clothing (dry fit) and already worn hiking shoes
- Sun Block
- Water bottle & filter
Upon arrival in Térraba, your guide will be waiting for you in the center of the city at around 2pm for a brief overview of the history and current affairs of the indigenous territory.
You will continue to drive to the lodge. After dinner you will have the opportunity to share with the community and learn a little about their culture. Accommodation in peace.
After breakfast, the guide will escort you with your own transport to the indigenous town of Boruca, about 20 minutes away, where you will learn how to make your own mask and how to carry out the weaving process. Lunch in the Boruca community. Then they return to rest and have dinner. Accommodation in El Descanso.
After breakfast you will receive a presentation of the roasting and grinding process of cocoa. Followed by a visit to the petroglyph, where you can carefully observe the symbolic drawings that were carved years ago and their meaning in their culture. Your experience ends after lunch.