CHOCOLATE MUSEUM in COSTA RICA
We need volunteers to be guides of the museum and also to work in the gardens. We offer accommodation and food at the hotel owned by the same owner that the museum.
An interactive experience with the local cacao history.
Discover the Ú SULE; the classic “tee pee” of the Bribrí and Cabecar Indigenous, used by the “Chamans” (healers) or for social acts and ceremonies since thousands of years.
Travel to the beginning of the century, through an artistic reproduction, with sculptures, representing the life style and history of the afrocaribbean settlers of those times.
Enjoy and interact in the traditional methods of chocolate making.
Guide and garden care