We are very happy to announce a new date for Ciudad Viva: walk + storytelling in San José, Costa Rica. We partnered with Oropopo Experience to design a new experience that consists of a guided walk with a naturalist in an urban forest in San José. We will learn about the animal and plant species that roam the city, the routes they take, and the difficulties they experience in urban contexts.
During the walk, we will pause at various points to listen to the narration of one of our stories from Volume 7, , and relate it to the walk. Finally, there will be a space to talk and share a delicious snack.
Date: Sunday October 29, 2023
Hora: 7 a.m - 11 a.m.
Duration: 4hrs. (includes guided hike and pauses for storytelling and eating).
Place: Campus of the University of Costa Rica, San José (Exact meeting place will be indicated once the fee is paid).
Who can participate? Ecology and storytelling lovers of all ages.
Fee: ¢10.000 (includes naturalist-guided walk and snack).
Recommendations: Comfortable walking shoes and clothes, personal water bottle, hat or cap, sarong or blanket to sit on, support stick, rain jacket, umbrella and binoculars (optional).
If you feel the call to join us to walk through the urban forest of San José and learn about the many animal and plant species that inhabit it, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org
Spaces are limited and the whole experience will be in Spanish.