Conservando Huellas: Milk Farm
Join us at Conserving Footprints for the hands-on experience of milking a cow as it's been passed techniques been conserved over time. After taking advantage of the opportunity to practice age old tradition, it's time to bring that fresh squeezed milk over to the kitchen and put it to use!
Following the explanation of how to milk a cow will be a cooking class utilizing the milk that's just been collected. Learn how to make a traditional Costa Rican dessert of arroz con leche, that's enjoyed at the end of the tour!
Duration: 1.5-2 hours
$15 per person
$10 per child (6-12 years)
$12 per person/group (more than 6 people)
$6 per child/group
$10 Participatory Tourism
$10 for child Participatory Tourism
*Tour given in Spanish. A translator can be hired at an additional cost.
For Reservations or More Information:
Jessica Roldan (506) 8667-2535
Family of Mr. José Trino Ureña and his wife Adelania Pizarro, who have 6 adult children and many grandchildren around. They were some of the pioneers in the community, working in agriculture and livestock for several decades, which has endowed them with great experience, which is why the rural tourism commission of the ADIRQ proposes to offer the tour to visitors, taking advantage of the corral and docile cows that have to transmit the peasant culture. In addition, they also have other domestic animals such as pigs and chickens and a tepezcuintles zoo farm; and they work in the oil palm production. That is how they started with the traditional dairy tour they named Preserving Footprints as an allusion to remember the traditions marked in the generations of this peasant family, who want to improve the facilities little by little and provide a warm service to visitors.