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Introducing Bribrí

This bustling, no-stoplight town in the foothills of the Cordillera de Talamanca lies at a bend in the paved road that connects Cahuita to Sixaola and the Panama border. The village is primarily an agricultural center and a spot for nearby indigenous communities to take care of errands; most travelers just pass through on their way to the border or local tours.

From Bribrí, a 34km road – mostly paved – takes the traveler to the border.

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