Horseback riding and cultural Maleku Indigenous Reserve in Arenal La Fortuna
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Horseback riding and cultural Maleku Indigenous Reserve in Arenal La Fortuna
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Horseback riding and cultural Maleku Indigenous Reserve in Arenal La Fortuna

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About this activity
The Pino Blanco waterfall is waiting for you tos say welcome if you join with us. It

is as like as Paradise for the travellers in the world. You can enjoy the vegetation of

a mature forest along the Fortuna River which is really delicious. Moreover, the

excitement of crossing our suspension bridge and observe various frogs, toucans,

insects and some monkeys that inhabit the place. On the river and the majestic

waterfall of La Fortuna, you can swim, take pictures and relax with the breeze of

the water that runs through the 100-meter-high canyon.

You will be walking along the same path to get back to the Pino Blanco viewpoint

and ride to the starting point. Returning to the destination, you will have the great

opportunity to visit the Maleku Indigenous Cultural Rescue Center. In this small

representation you can learn about their unique traditional dress, their cultures,

crafts, beliefs, norms and language. Here is not finsihed to enjoy those exciting

adventures. Our prominant guides will give you the basic instructions to start the

tours. Our docile and healthy horses will make your journey very pleasant

whatevery you like best.

In this tour and travel, visiting at Villa Maleku is an opportunity to anyone who

wants to share and learn more about this cultural legacy. The indigenous Maleku

community is one of 24 different indigenous territories in Costa Rica which is

really amazing and remembering. Its beliefs, cultura, norms and traditions are

outstandingly interesting. The Indigenous Cultural Rescue Center proposes that

students, families and people both national and foreign can visit this small

representation. Threfore you can enjoy Maleku Jaica, their favorite food: "la

Mufuriseca", medicinal plants such as "La gavilana" and "cuculmeca", their dances

ceremonies and rituals for burials.

As a nature lover, please bring comfortable clothes, tennis or comfortable shoes,

long pants, insect repellent and sunscreen.
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  • Transport in La Fortuna de San Carlos
  • Water
  • Naturalist guide I bilingual
Not included
  • Lunch
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Weather: Dress appropriately
  • Age: Adult pricing applies to all travelers
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

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