COSTA RICA FAYLA TOURS
Costa Rica Coffee & Pottery Learning
Costa Rican Cultural Tour
Cultural Tour – Native Skills Learning
Costarican Coffee & Pottery Learning Tour
Do you know that Costa Rican coffee beans are considered among the best in the world?
Costa Rican Coffee & Pottery Learning. Costa Rica’s history is directly associated to coffee production since the eve of the country’s independence from Spain in 1821, coffee seeds were distributed by the government as a means of promoting coffee production to impulse the local economy. Since the first bags of coffeee were first shipped to England in 1843, Costa Rican coffee is considered one of Costa Rica’s key exports.
Costa Rica has two seasons, the dry and the rainy season, both seasons provide ideal coffee growing climates. Throughout the year the temperature only varies about ten degrees between 17°C ~ 30°C (63°F ~ 85°F). In additio to this, about 75% of the most popular coffee growing areas are located between 800 ~ 1600 meters (2,624 ~ 3,280 feet) over the sea level. Having said that, the Costa Rican’s mountainous regions and warm temperatures provide the perfect climate and environment for growing the highest quality coffee beans. Costarican Coffee & Pottery Learning Tour.
Costa Rica Pottery Preserves Indigenous Techniques
After completing the coffee Tour, we will head to the center of the Nicoya Peninsula, at Guaitil Pottery where indigenous still preserves native techniques to create an unique pottery. This is a great opportunity to learn about pottery and suppport locals, the Guaitil’s town embrace dozens of households that make a living creating pots, vases, plates, jars and pitchers, using techniques handed down from generation to generation.
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Costa Rican Coffee & Pottery Learning
On this one day tour you’ll learn about how to process coffee beans and how handmade pottery.