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• Ride along the Telirey Sixaola River in a traditional canoe to an organic cocoa farm on the border with Panama.

• You will take a walk through the farm and the jungle to learn about the cocoa fruit and taste its pulp. You will learn more about its traditional cultivation and its importance according to the Bribri worldview. You will learn about the complete process of making chocolate, for example the fermentation and drying of cocoa beans.

• Walking around the farm you will discover the typical vegetation of the area and the construction materials of indigenous houses such as suita, chonta and other leaves.

• After the walk you can participate in the traditional way of preparing chocolate and taste this native product.

• 3 hour excursion

Bribri Indigenous Cocoa and Chocolate Tour

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  • What to bring to the Tour to Talamanca?

    • A single backpack or briefcase (one back pack)

    • A pair of walking boots (hiking boots) or closed tennis shoes (sports shoes)

    • A pair of sandals or flip-flops

    • One or two long pants made of thin fabric (light-fabric long pants) • One or two short pants -or pants- made of thin fabric (light-fabric short pants)

    • Swimsuit (swimming suit)

    • A bath or beach towel (a shower or beach towel)

    • A cap or hat (a cap or hat)

    • Stockings and underwear (sox and underwear)

    • A light jacket (a light jacket or sweeter)

    • Deodorant and item of personal hygiene

    • High protection sunscreen (sunscreen – high factor)

    • Insect repellent (bug repellent)

    • Pocket money – limited amount – (pocket money – not much)

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