Sarapiquí Stories

March 28, 2012

Take time to get to know the real Costa Rica and visit our small town fair in San Miguel de Sarapiquí. What makes us unique? Enjoy the rain forest activities such as hiking, swimming, canopy, raft-ing, and bird watching. Also you can take a tour of Mi Cafecito, a local coffee farm, or visit El Hayo-Tico and enjoy a homemade, fresh, delicious pumpkin ice cream and visit their rustic butterfly garden during the morning and bask in rural charm during the afternoon. Spend the night at a secluded mountain bungalow and enjoy fresh tamales for breakfast. Dance the night away to Los Navegantes. Enjoy the tope and still have time for local rafting, canopy and other adventure activities in the area.

There will be sports activities, topes, dances and lots of typical foods. Best of all, come discover local attractions and meet local artisans from April 12-16. If you need help locating a place to stay visit www.gosarapqiui.com.

–Gloria Oliu

gosarapiqui@gmail.com

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