Aventuras Naturales Yorkin

Aventuras Naturales Yorkin

Immerse Yourself in Bribri Culture in Yorkín, Talamanca.

About Us

Our History and Commitment

At Aventuras Naturales Yorkin, our history is deeply intertwined with the Bribri indigenous community. Founded in 1996 by twenty-one Bribri families, the Association of Organic Producers “El Chumú” aimed to improve the quality of life of organic banana producers through increased production and sales. After eight years of organic banana production efforts, we decided to establish a new association focused on tourism and sustainable agriculture.
Thus, the Association for Tourism, Development, and Organic Agriculture Yorkin was born, currently composed of eighteen families.

Our purpose is to dignify and enhance the well-being of the people of Yorkin through production diversification and the development of Community-based Rural Tourism. We use tourism as a tool for nature conservation and the preservation of our traditions. We invite visitors to discover ancestral practices in organic agriculture, cacao preparation, palm leaf weaving, crafting with natural materials, archery, and ancient songs dedicated to the earth, corn, cacao, and nature. During our magical forest hikes, our guides will share the secrets of the mountains, serving as wise custodians of our indigenous cultural heritage.

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How to get there

Arriving by Car

Take Route 32 towards Limón, and then continue south towards Puerto Viejo. At Hone Creek, turn right towards Bribrí. In the village of Bribrí, take the road towards Shiroles for 9 kilometers until you reach the mini supermarket of Bambú, next to the police station. Here, one of our guides will be waiting for you to continue your journey by boat.

Public bus

From San José: at the Bus Terminal for the Caribbean Coast in San José (calle central, avenida 11. Transportes Mepe, tel: 2257 81 29), take the San José-Sixaola bus. Purchase your ticket before boarding the bus. Let the driver know you have to get out in the center of Bribrí. There you cross the street for the bus stop of the bus to Bambú. Or if you prefer, you can take a taxi, which will be a drive of approximately 20 minutes. From Puerto Viejo de Limón (40 minutes) or Cahuita (50 minutes), take a bus with destination Sixaola (these will have departed from either Limón or San José) and get off at Bribrí.

Our Highlighted Offer

Lodging in Nature

Experience the beauty of the jungle and Bribri culture in our accommodations. From double rooms with private bathrooms to cozy tents, we offer a variety of options for your stay.

Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in Bribri traditions and culture through our cultural tours. Learn about cacao preparation, palm leaf weaving, and much more.

Our Accommodation Options

Double Rooms

We offer double rooms with private bathrooms (cold water), equipped with a double bed, spacious private shower, sink, and toilet. In addition, on the first floor, you'll find a shared bathroom in the hallway.


We have double and single tents, which we set up with mats and bed linen. A unique experience in the midst of nature.

Private Cabin

For couples, we offer a private cabin with a double bed, private sink, shower, toilet, and a balcony. A romantic and cozy option.

Solar Energy

In all our accommodations, we use solar energy to minimize our environmental impact and provide a sustainable experience.


Explore Our Activities and Tours


Indigenous style kitchen-dining room with capacity for 40 people. We prepare delicious native meals on the stove, using food produced in our community as much as possible. You can ask us in advance to prepare snacks and/or complete meals to take away and enjoy on the way.

Jungle Hikes

Discover the secrets of the jungle on exciting guided hikes. Our guides will take you to magical places and share knowledge about the region's biodiversity.

Indigenous-Style Ranch

The first floor has 3 bedrooms, each equipped with 1 double bed, a large private bathroom, sink and service. On this first floor, there is also a shared bathroom (shower, sink and toilet). The upper floors (with wooden floors) are intended for tents. We have double and single tents, which we prepare with foam and provide the bedding. We have a second ranch with capacity for 32 people in maximum occupancy, and for 20 people in single occupancy, with shared bathrooms. *solar energy is restricted to certain hours and common spaces.

Craft Classes

Learn local craft skills with our interactive classes. Create your own masterpieces with natural materials under the guidance of experts.

Boat Rides

Sail the rivers of Yorkin on our thrilling boat rides. Enjoy the natural beauty as you explore the region from the water.

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