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Caushas Sustainable Farm Boruca People

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16 guests4 bedrooms27 beds1.5 baths
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Caushas farm, is an indigenous family owned sustainable farm in the Boruka Indigenous Reserve, in CR.

They welcome groups, couples & solo travelers. The architecture is indigenous ancestral, taking in consideration the sun and moon positions into the building.

Noels family also offer workshops on sustainable farming, masks carving, chocolate making and tours to waterfalls and sighting of the precolonial gigantic stone balls. 3 meals a day (on wood fire) are also offered for $5/plate.

The space
If you want to take any of the workshops and tours and/or the 3 meals a day, you can pay for it in cash directly to Noel when you arrive or you can pay through AirBnb "Resolutions" in www.airbnb.com/resolutions

Guest access
All the farm, kitchen, dinning room, living room, hamacs

Other things to note
The Boruka people have a very special celebration at the end of every year called "El baile de los diablitos" , it last 4 to 5 days. This celebration is going on for centuries and it's about the Spaniards colonization.
They represent the Spaniards with a bull , so one of them dress up as the bull and the rest are the indians, during the days of the celebration they are in a battle. At the end the bull kills all the indians, but later a granpa indian plays a seashell and makes a melody.. with this melody all the indians rise back and go back to kill the bull and they finally kill the bull .. this celebration goes as a parade through all the community and visitors can drink chicha from different houses through it .
Caushas farm, is an indigenous family owned sustainable farm in the Boruka Indigenous Reserve, in CR.

They welcome groups, couples & solo travelers. The architecture is indigenous ancestral, taking in consideration the sun and moon positions into the building.

Noels family also offer workshops on sustainable farming, masks carving, chocolate making and tours to waterfalls and sighting of the p…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 4
1 queen bed, 1 double bed, 1 single bed

Amenities

Essentials
Dedicated workspace
Kitchen
Private entrance
Breakfast
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Location

Buenos Aires, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Noel's family are all Indigenous Boruka people and includes his mom (Eliet) ,his dad, his sister , nephew, nieces, you will be sharing with them during your stay (unless you prefer not)

Some of the food that is grown in the farm includes: rice, black beans, corn, cocoa, citrics, yuca, plantains, banana, "frijol de palo".

The farm is full of tropical fruit trees such as: oranges, mandarines, guava, banano, water apple, avocados, papaya, cocoa, guanabana, cas, sugar cane , guayaba, pejibaye, palmito.
Noel's family are all Indigenous Boruka people and includes his mom (Eliet) ,his dad, his sister , nephew, nieces, you will be sharing with them during your stay (unless you prefer not)

Some of the f…

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Joined in February 2020
    Hi , i'm a Costarican , who moved to California (Bay Area) a few yrs ago . I met Noel and his family through my sister, she's been close friend with them for many yrs, she is a dr in sociology. I fall in love with the whole Boruka community/reserve in my first visit, while smelling the food cooking with wood and fire and laughing with the kids, couldn't help to feel so grateful to be in such special place, with such special people. My sister told me wonderful things about Noel before I met him and she was right, we connected instantly and became friends, started day-dreaming with all the things we can do, shared our dreams, laughed at how everybody think we re crazy and I realized that besides being a very talented artist and builder, he is an awesome human being and friend. Noel lives with his mom, dad, sister, nieces, nephew and pets. I started asking Noel if he can use my website making skills for any project he has and he asked me to make this add for Airbnb and to build caushasfarm dat com(under construction) to show more of the farm and their art. Noel's family offer packages for individuals and groups to visit the Boruka Indigenous Reserve and stay at Caushas Farm, where you can learn sustainable farming , how to make chocolate, how to carve masks. Tours to waterfalls and rivers, sightseeing of the mysterious gigantic stone balls, while eating all type of fruits from the trees. They also offer to feed you 3 times a day, food cooked with wood, its delicious can't explain. Stay at Caushas Farm in the Boruka Indigenous Reserve in Costa Rica and live the land ancesters experience. They are able to accommodate everyone from solo travelers to large groups 30+) . The architecture is native ancestral . taking in consideration the sun and moon positions , like the sun house , the last one Noel built.
    Hi , i'm a Costarican , who moved to California (Bay Area) a few yrs ago . I met Noel and his family through my sister, she's been close friend with them for many yrs, she is a dr…
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    I'm a Costarican who lives in California, I'm very close friends with Noel and he asked me to help him make this add. I wrote a description on my profile, explaining how I got to meet them. I talk to Noel constantly on whatsapp and I will be the connection between you and them until you arrive to the farm, then Noel will take over on taking care of you. I'm always available on my phone . Noel is also the co-host , so he will receive notifications on all our communications and activity.
    I'm a Costarican who lives in California, I'm very close friends with Noel and he asked me to help him make this add. I wrote a description on my profile, explaining how I got to m…
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    House rules
    Check-in: Flexible
    Checkout: 4:00 PM
    Pets are allowed
    Smoking is allowed
    Health & safety
    Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    No carbon monoxide alarm
    No smoke alarm
    Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $100