Kombi Tour Volio waterfall and chocolate factory


Meeting point is the Biological Station or an agreed place. Here on the station we offer you on request a guided hike to the well-known and hidden in the rain forest Volio waterfall, after this great experience, we drive to an indigenous family that has been familiar with organic cocoa cultivation and chocolate production for generations. On a tour of the farm and in the plantations, we learn about medicinal plants and their application. They also get an insight into the cultivation of cocoa. After the tour, we will take part in a demonstration of chocolate production. Here we will learn everything about the processing of cocoa beans, such as fermentation, roasting and processing to chocolate in a traditional way. The products may be tasted in any time. We will also have lunch in the indigenous stalk in Ranscho. The tour lasts about ... .. hours. Then we bring you back to the Biological Station or you use our transfer to your accommodation.  

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3 hours
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Why take this tour?

Experience a guided tour to the Volio waterfall hidden in the rainforest, where you will get an insight into the flora and fauna of Talamanca. You have the opportunity to swim and relax. Then you will visit an indigenous Bri bri family that has been producing traditional chocolate for generations

What’s included?

  • Lunch

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  • Duration: 3h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

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Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Redfrogteam Guardianes de la Naturaleza

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About operator:

We are a team which is engaged in nature conservation. We work in ecotourism and nature lovers the right Touren.Bei us they find day, multi-day and night tours. Also as Kombi.Unsere tours take place in Talamancagebierge, Cahuita, Puerto Viejo, Porte Limon. Our special tours for reptiles and spider lovers will take you to the Vulcan regions of Turrialba

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