Cahuita National Park Wildlife Reserve – Chocolate House – Banana Plantation Tourantadmin2018-04-23T16:50:16+00:00
Cahuita National Park Wildlife Reserve – Chocolate House – Banana Plantation Tour
The first stop is a brief stop at a typical Banana Plantation for a descriptive and sightseeing experience. Banana Export is one of Costa Rica’s main Agricultural Industry product introduced by the United Fruit Company in early 1900’s.
Our second visit is “Siruwe” or The Chocolate House to observe a demonstration about organic handcraft chocolate making. Moreover you will have chocolate tasting session and the option to buy organic chocolate. This will be also a cultural experience since the owner is a Bribri Indigenous Family, funded by Doña Petronila and her daughter Priscila as a Matriarchal Heritage.
A visit to Cahuita National Park Wildlife Reserve, will give you the experience to be in one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful and well preserved National Park surrounded by a rich Tropical Biological Diversity; Tropical plants, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds, an authentic Tropical Heaven Paradise for Tropical Wildlife. In addition, you will be all along the trail next to beautiful white sand beaches where you can swim optionally. At the end, we visit a typical Reggae Bar and Restaurant in Down Town Cahuita, here optionally you can order Tropical Cocktails, Seafood Meal including lobster and enjoy Reggae Music and an authentic Costa Rican Caribbean ambiance.
PROGRAMA DE ACTIVIDADES
Please arrive by 7:45 AM for a prompt departure at 8:00 AM.
Depending on Cruise Ship Off Puerto Limón. Flexible timing depending on Cruise Ship
WHAT TO BRING
Mosquito Repellent, Sun Block, Sun Glasses, Passport, Swimwear and Money For Souvenirs
Full private transportation
English speaking guide and driver
Pick Up in Puerto Limon
Puerto Limon harbor between 8 or 8:30 AM depending on boat arrival
First Stop: Brief stop at Pensuhrt Bananna Plantation
Cahuita National Park and Wildlife Reserve
Second Stop: Cahuita National Park and wildlife reserve. Time off for White Sand Beach and optional stop at down town Cahuita for cocktails, time to Relax
Third Stop: Chocolate House, a demonstration of organic, hand craft chocolate making and chocolate tasting by Native Bribri Indigenous women
Fourth Stop: A brief stop to observe Uvita Island where Christophe Columbus landed in September 25, 1502 in his last and 4th voyage to the New World. Uvita Island is the birth of Costa Rica