The Borucas are an indigenous group from the South Pacific area, with a rich cultural heritage. They live near the Grande de Terraba River and are a community that has survived thanks to their knowledge of cultivating the land for hundreds of years.
Clients should arrive at the Boruca community exactly at the museum meeting point with their local guide to reach the highest point which is about 800 meters above sea level, where you can perfectly see the Cordillera de Talamanca and the Fila Costera-Brunqueña, from this part we can also see the small valley of the community of Boruca, which has its church, school, school, sports center and a local radio. Arriving at the group of artisans, they will show us how from roots, vines, plants or snails dye cotton and spin it to be used in the manufacture of bags and jewelry, also tell us about the process of development and meaning of their colorful masks where you will have the opportunity to manipulate a piece of balsa carving it to make your own souvenir for example a small mask, design of ecology, after this you will enjoy lunch in the Boruca community.
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Included: Local guide and lunch. Operates with a minimum of 2 pax, rate per person.
Not included: transportation, no alcoholic beverages.
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