The Maleku Indian Reserve is located in the northern region of Costa Rica. The reserve is home to three different towns, known as Palenques Margarita, Tonjibe y El Sol, all within the 2993 hectare territory. The population is 1000, and 80% speak the native dialect called MalekuJaica. The purpose of this tour is to allow us to learn the way of life of these indigenous groups in the present day and what they have done to keep their customs and traditions alive.
Discover 1 of the 3 different villages known as Palenque Tonjibe. Territory of 2993 hectares (7395 acres) and a population of 1000 indigenous. We will observe the type of palenques built by our indigenous ancestors, their artwork, customary dress, and their cocoa farming. Learn about medicinal plants and trees. Savor a tasty traditional Maleku lunch.
Transfer, bilingual guide and fee entrance
Hiking shoes or sneakers, comfortable clothing, rain coat and Insect repellent.
Lunch and drinks
Tour Departures: 8:00 am
For round transportation out of hotels like Arenal Vista, Arenal Observatory, Linda Vista del Norte & Tilajari you must add extra charge.
Children rate applies from 5-12 years and must be accompanied by two adults; otherwise pay as an adult.
Minimum 2 pax to operate the tour.
+8 pax applies automatic upgrade to Private tour no extra charge