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The chocolate tour or Ngöbe Buglé language (indigenous region) is called “oreba” which means chocolate in the Ngöbe Buglé language. The Ngöbe Buglé are the indigenous people who live here in Boca del Toro. In Panama we have different indigenous groups such as Ngabe, Guna Dule, Emberá, Wounaan, Teribe, Bokota and Bribri. Here in Boca del Toro the group we are going to find are the Ngöbe Buglé.

We offer this tour in two options: one at 9:00 in the morning and another at 12:00 noon. They are two options from which you must choose. midday.

 

What are we going to see Oreba Chocolate Tour?

 

We are going to leave Isla Colón and we will meet here in the Total Adventure office. We are going to Puerto Almirante, here we will arrive and the indigenous people will receive it and take it to the chocolate farm, where they will show you the whole process where cocoa is transformed into chocolate. This tour without any doubt shows some of the most cultural and commercial parts of this province of Bocas del Toro. They will live with these indigenous people to see their culture and at the same time they will be able to observe the way they live.

The price of this tour is $45 per person, which includes transportation and lunch, which will be typical of the indigenous people, consisting of vegetables, chicken and vegetables.

 

Recommendations for the Oreba Chocolate tour?

 

Some recommendations for this tours starting from the fact that they are going for a farm, wearing the right clothes that would be long trousers, long sleeves shirt, repellent and non-slip shoes. The tour lasts two and a half hours (2.30 hours) approximately and is done in a community called Rio Oeste of an indigenous community.

Some recommendations for this tours starting from the fact that they are going for a farm, wearing the right clothes that would be long trousers, long sleeves shirt, repellent and non-slip shoes. The tour lasts two and a half hours (2.30 hours) approximately and we will go to a community called Rio Oeste of an indigenous community.






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