Bri Bri and Kekoldi Indigenous ReserveID: 76934
This tour includes a visit to the iguana farm and medicinal plant garden of the Kekoldi indigenous reserve, where a small family dedicates itself to the reproduction of the Green Iguana. A species that was endangered and, thanks to some initiatives like this one, have been recovered. From there, you will visit a family in the Bri-Bri indigenous reserve and learn about the properties and uses of various plants. They will show you how to make chocolate, which is very important in the Bri-bri culture because they use it in purification rituals, food and medicine. Next in the tour is a waterfall where you can take a bath and enjoy a fruit snack. The tour will then finish in a restaurant for a Caribbean lunch.
|Feb 12, 2013 To Dec 31, 2013||Cahuita||65.00||39.00|
Notes: Tour Includes: Round-trip transportation, bottled of water, bilingual guide, snack, entrance to the reservation, lunch.
What to Bring: Cap or hat, sunglasses, shoes or river sandals, repellent, suncreen, camera..
Child Rate Notes: Above child rate applies for children from 4-11 years old. Children 0-3 years old participate on the tour free of charge when accompanying their parents.
Duration: 6 hours
Min. Passengers: 2