Boruca Indian Reservation
The Boruca Indian Reservation tour starts at 6:30 am from your hotel in drake bay, with an hour boat ride through the largest mangrove forest in Central America to Sierpe place where we will aboard our minibus for 50 minutes to the Boruca Indian Reservation where we can get to know part of their culture and today’s situation of the Indian population in Costa Rica.
With a visit to the textile and wood workshops – the Boruca Indians are famous in Costa Rica for their hand made wooden masks and textiles.
After lunch if we have time left, we will take a walk to the beautiful Waterfall near to the Boruca Indian Reservation and later in the afternoon around 3 pm we will return to Sierpe through the banana and African oil palm plantations with a short stop in one of the most interesting historical archeological sites for Costa Rica, where several of the miraculous and mysterious perfectly round spheres from the pre-Colombian era were discovered.
Once we get to Sierpe we will get back to our boat for an hour ride back to your hotel around 5:30 pm.
We recommend you should bring cameras, hiking shoes and some money in case you decided to buy some of the beautiful souvenirs that the Borucan Indians have for sale.
The Boruca Indian Reservation is a wonderfully place to visit.
$150 per person---minimum 4 persons