OF COSTA RICA
Costa Rica has a rich history of different indigenous cultures.
Here in Monteverde different groups would pass through seasonally to harvest in the forest while different plants and trees were producing food.
Abrojo Montezuma - Conteburica -
Coto Brus - Osa -
Altos de San Antonio
Bajo Chirripó - Chirripó Talamanca Cabécar - Nairi Awari - Telire - Tayní - Ujarrás -
Boruca - Curré
Talamanca Bribri - Salitre - Këkoldi - Cabagra
Quitirrisí - Zapatón
Teribe o Térraba
Maleku o Guatuso
Costa Rica Indígena is an NGO that works hand in hand with indigenous communities.
The podcasts are recorded in spanish.
Chietón Morén is a museum and store in San José, Costa Rica
About 250 artisans from eight different indigenous communities in Costa Rica, display and sell their products there.
Sales are direct from producer to consumer. No one, apart from artisans, receives any profit from sales in the store. The store works only with volunteers.
Boruca is an indigenous tribe in South-Pacific Costa Rica, located among the Talamanca Mountains 20 km from Panama.
They are very well known for their arts and crafts such as the singular boruca masks.
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