On behalf of our ancestors, the Quepoa Indians, we welcome you and thank you for your visit to our native territory.
During your tour today, you will notice there are few remains of our culture, but our region has been blessed with lush rain forests and great potential.
Today you will have an opportunity to go where other tourists have never been before, to acquire rich historical information about our region. You will learn about our Educational System, National Park System, Social Security, religion and local life. Our experienced bilingual guide will provide information, tell you about local history and answer any questions you may have. The tour will end at a local school in a little “finca” surrounded by African Palm Oil plants, where you will have the opportunity to spend time with the kids at the school and help them out by buying a delicious natural fresh drink and a local snack.
- Duration: 4 hours
- Language: English
- Requirements: Light clothing, tennis shoes or good walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and suntan lotion are recommended.
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
Maximum participants: 18