Located in the south of Costa Rica, in Salitre of Buenos Aires of Puntarenas, the Bribri´s are the biggest community of indigenous in Costa Rica, this community has around of with 450 hectares of conservation.
In this place we are going to interact with the people from the community and experiment their food and traditions, also we are going to walk around the forest and see all the different species of medicinal plants, trees, birds and we are lucky some animals on the forest.
The group will visit La Sabana, is a very nice hike to see the sunshine, after we will have breakfast to prepare for the next activity Cacao process. The students will have the opportunity to prepare and to produce the cacao powder.
During the nights, the group will enjoy traditional activities, music and dances from the Bribri’s community
During our stay we are going to visit one of the best natural atractives on the area, with a beautiful view of the small towns
around ASOPROLA the natural hotsprings of Aguas Calientes.
Another important visit is the local ice cream parlour, there we can try different flavors from the local fruits
In this place the student will learn about the different process of the community, when you visit ASOPROLA you will help
not only the families in the community, you are helping the conservation of the biggest national park in Costa Rica, La
This community produce coffee, organic vegetables, honey, and sustainable and rural tourism
Eco Turistico La Tarde
Is a remote, off-grid Eco-lodge, surrounded by primary rainforest, on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. La Tarde is located only five kilometers from the Corcovada National Park's, Los Patos Ranger Station; making us the ideal base for visits into what National Geographic Magazine has called, "one of the most biologically intense places on earth." We are dedicated to conservation and sustainability; wildlife photographers, adventure seekers and nature-lovers alike will discover the heart of Costa Rica. We provide our guests with overnight lodging, meals and hiking tours. Eco-tourists at La Tarde have the opportunity to see some of the Peninsula's rarest inhabitants, including jaguar, puma, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and all four of Costa Rica's monkey species.