This tour will take us to Yorkin, a community located in Bribri indigenous territory in the middle of the tropical rainforest of Talamanca. Early in the morning we will meet with the guide at the Bambú community, a place where the last grocery store to which you have access for the next two days is located. We will walk to the banks of Sixaola River where we will catch a canoe to the other side and fold our kick off the walk to the entrance to indigenous territory. During the first 40 minutes we will climb up a path created for a tractor to enter to pick bananas produced in the surrounding communities. We will make some stops to see the sights of the Talamanca valley. By going down little by little we will find some Indian houses located near the road where we can share greetings with people we find on the way, reaching Shuab School where we will be welcomed with a small snack. The school has 16 children attending levels from first through sixth grade; we will know their classrooms, the dining room, its small garden and even learn a few words in Bribri which will integrate us more with their culture. We will continue the walk, always in company of the Yorkin River on our left. During a journey of about 45 minutes, we will be crossing a small stream where we can take some time to freshen up quickly. Little by little we are interning in the woods and more we are seeing as we start to involve us in the nature around us. Once arriving at the ranch of the group Mujeres Cuidando Tierra (Women Caring for the Earth), they will provide us with a warm welcome; we will have enough time so they will tell us about their projects and anecdotes. We will be sharing a Bribri style lunch which will refill our energy to finish off the last part of the journey. On the path that will take us to Stibrawpa or Casa de Las Mujeres we can observe the Yorkín river with the mountains of Talamanca in the background, we will cross a creek where we can take a dip and enjoy its clear water surrounded by the forest. At our arrival to Yorkín, we will walk around the little village and we’ll see banana o cacao organic plantations. In the afternoon we will have free time to rest, relax on a hammock or visit the Skui river and the hanging bridge but you don’t want to miss learn how to produce chocolate and we will eat organic bananas coated in a freshly prepared chocolate. In the evening enjoy dinner and then we will participate on a cultural exchange where we can listen ancestral stories about the Bribri culture, an oral tradition passed from generation to generation. Overnight at the Posada Rural Stibrawpa.