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Talamanca Family Art

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Talamanca Family Art

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700 Mts From The Bribri/puerto Viejo Intersection, Towards Bribri, Hone Creek 70403 Costa Rica
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Peaceful trip to Hone Creek Waterfall
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Peaceful trip to Hone Creek Waterfall

Explore the South Carribean Costa Rica with a local guide. Get an incredible and authentic experience, with multiple destinations all over the Talamanca area. <br><br>These waterfalls of Hone Creek, will surely make you find peace and reset your stress levels. Take a dip in the cold fresh mountain water and listen to the many sounds of the jungle. These waterfalls are also a favourite Sunday-trip for many local people. <br><br>We recommend combining this trip, with some of our other day-trips (especially the Bribri waterfall) for the day you desire - we also have the perfect ideas for your next adventure.
US$40.00 per adult
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Staša Š wrote a review Dec. 2019
Slovenia35 contributions1 helpful vote
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On the way to Puerto Viejo from Bribri's waterfall we saw some beautiful wooden creatours. Of course, we stopped. We fell in love with this amazing work. There were some beautiful masks and animals craft out of quality wood. Frogs, sloths, mascaws, toucans... How to decide which one to take? All of them are so beautiful. We met Gerardo, he is making them with his bare hands. We met his family too. He told us something about his life and the history of the Bribri's and Keköldi's. He also told us about wood carving and how he make all this beautiful things. Gerardo really is a nice guy, it is obvious that he loves his work. I can't remember when was the last time I met such a nice person. So, after long talk we bought a mascaw and a toucan. And guees what! He gave us a gift - little mask! I can't tell you how happy I am that we stopped the car, met Gerardo and bought his amazing wooden crafts. You must visit him.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jennboner wrote a review Oct. 2019
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We stopped to see this art after passing by. Boy am I glad we did! Herardo is so friendly and sweet. He told us so much information about the pieces. Such great quality in his work, and I’m so happy to support this guy!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chris & Sally B wrote a review May 2019
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We met this family and were welcomed by them. We bought some of their beautiful art and learned their family history. We were blessed. We recommend this local artist.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Wesley Z wrote a review Aug. 2018
Arnhem, The Netherlands32 contributions2 helpful votes
Visiting a person with such great passion for his work is wonderful. In a very short time we became friends. The both of us bought a native bribri mask. He showed us his working place. Lots of personal attention, sharing his culture and work.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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marcia431 wrote a review Feb. 2015
Trenton, Canada114 contributions32 helpful votes
We stumbled on this amazing place while out for a drive today!!!!! This man is an amazing talent!!!! We purchased some of his great carvings!!!! You should not miss going here if you are on the Caribbean side!!!!! We were amazed. The whole family is in on the art here and it was a real pleasure to deal here!!!!!!!!! He shop is located on the road to Bri Bri, look on the left hand side of the road and please don't miss it you will be amazed!!!!!!
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Date of experience: February 2015
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