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Sabanero  Tour

Sabaneros  also, so are the cowboys known Costa Rican and its name is given because they would spend hours and hours taking care of the Gran Sabana Guanacaste and their animals. Be part of this experience, where you can experience the work in a poultry, milking the cows, saddles and strap put horses. All this accompanied by authentic "such Guanacastecos". Includes: guide, refreshments, transportation.

* Consulting Transport from your hotel.

Location: Rincon de La Vieja, Guanacaste

 

$50

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Typical Festival Tour

Locatión: Tamarindo, Huacas Conchal Guanacaste.

The traditional experience of Costa Rica, the rodeo. The riders struggling to stay mounted in ferocious bulls .Enjoy a output entertaining, Costa Rican style. Attend a local rodeo filled with fun, flavor and excitement. This tradition is enjoyed by local families of all ages and takes a look at the culture of Costa Rica. Especially bulls of race winners of awards are assembled by riders who try to keep the bulls during both time as possible. The riders earn points by performing maneuvers and delay the fall to the ground .You can enjoy typical food and music "Marimba". You can't miss it.

Includes: Guide - entry- Transport Duration: 3 Approx. Price: Subject to the event and the location between the Round $35 to $60.

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Guatil Tour

Locatión: Santa Cruz ,Guanacaste.

$60

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Guaitil is a small village where you can experience the Costa Rican culture by observing and learned to make pottery (cooking utensils, decoration), used a technique that is drying by wood-fired ovens. This habit becomes of the Chorotega Indians main indigenous culture in Costa Rica. Guaitil is located in the Canton of Santa Cruz there we we spoil you with a typical lunch. Tourists who wish to take home a memory of local manufacture can expect to find clay pots, jugs, vases, jugs and a series of other handicrafts all at a very reasonable price.

Includes: Transportation from your hotel, Lunch- Guatil.

Clothes: shorts, t-shirt, comfortable walking shoes and a hat.

Bring: Camera, sunscreen and cash.

 
 

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Indios Maleku Tour

Locatión:  Rio Celeste ,Guanacaste.

$190

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Located in the plains of the borders and people can visit it on small is one of the most important indigenous cultures of Costa Rica, the Maleku tribe - a branch of the Chibchas - years ago divided in 23 different peoples, however, in the last 100 years, the population has been declining and today there are only the Hitching Post of the Sun, Margarita and the largest of all the Tonjibe. The tour consists of a guided hike through a member of the Maleku community through the rain forest in their native lands, the visitors will have the opportunity to learn about medicinal plants, nature from the perspective of the Maleku tradition and also visit one of their cemeteries. This hike is narrated in language Maleku (Maleku jaica) and translated into Spanish.

 Includes: Guidance- -snack. * Consulting Transport from your hotel.

 
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