Costa Rica Travel News - Tourism - Chirripo Indian Reserve - Turrialba

From Costa Rica: (506) 2771-4582 From U.S.A: 1(650)499-4526 Skype: selva.mar

Shopping Cart 0 hotels

Chirripo Indian Reserve - Turrialba

Publised:Wednesday 14 de October del 2009 - (7986) times seen

The Albergue Hacienda Moravia de Chirripo is located in Turrialba, in Cartago province, 100 km away from downtown San Jose. In the middle of a hidden valley, in the sloops of Talamanca Mountain Range, Hacienda Moravia de Chirripo is a cattle ranch that shares its borders with the Chirripo Indian Reserve where the Cabecars live. This Indigenous group is the second largest in Costa Rica and the one that keeps more of their traditions, customs and language. That's why, our most recommended activity is the encounter with the Cabecars, to visit their homes in the reserve and find out their way of living. It's very interesting to speak with them, helped by a translator, about what they do for living, how they work planting vegetables, grains, fruits and also the stories the elder people in the community tell to the youngster so they can keep their way of life for the next generations. An unique experience to find out some roots of costarrican people...

Recomended Packages and tours

Surf Trip: Pavones/Matapalo

Surf Trip: Pavones/Matapalo

Edge Of The World: Pavones/Matapalo


Been to Costa Rica before? Looking for a more 'remote' excusion than Hermosa or Jaco? Then journey to the savage south for a remote surfing experience.





What earns the Pacuare River this acclaim is its eighteen miles of class III and class IV rapids and some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Costa Rica.



Pure adrenaline in a duckie


Trip in a small inflatable kayaks for 2 people.

Exploring Costa Rica is a registered company of Selva Mar Tour Operator 2018.
Desarrollo / Programación