In the Brunca Region, the geographic area bordering Panama, there are the villages of the native population and archaeological sites that tell the story of this land, very little known until at least a few decades ago.

Here there are still more than 2000 Boruca Indians, who maintain the language, traditions and customs of indigenous life closely linked to nature.

In the village of Boruca, located on the mountains near Buenos Aires, you can visit the local museum and learn about the myths and legends of this people.

Tourists are welcome anytime and it’s possible to taste the typical dishes of the indigenous tradition in the local restaurants.