Afro-Caribbean Cultural Tour
The South Caribbean has been an important strategic enclave, Afro-Caribbean families built their first camps, dedicated themselves to the production of coconut, cocoa, subsistence agriculture, also dedicated to fishing as a means of subsistence with the aim of conserving their valuable contribution that gives the area that multiethnic and multicultural wealth that identifies us today.
However, the Afro-Caribbean population concentrated and formed what we know today as the settlements of; Cahuita, Puerto Viejo and Manzanillo In this activity you can learn more about this population of happy people, visiting a farm, the guide will tell about the customs and ways of life, in the garden they will know the different uses and knowledge they have of medicinal plants, many brought by their ancestors.
You will also taste the exquisite Afro-Caribbean cuisine and learn some of the recipes that make the Caribbean an important reference in the national gastronomy. Know more about this population is an important cultural contribution to Costa Rica.
General rate $ 50 x pax
Duration: 2 hours
Departures: 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Children of 6 -12 years, only pay the 50%
Minimum: 2 persons
Includes: Guide, traditional Caribbean lunch and insurance policy.
What to bring: Sunblock, water.
Departure point: Entrance to the Cahuita National Park through the town.
If you book with the transport included we will pick you up at your hotel (it has an additional cost).