Sat, Mar 13 | Tinamaste

Edible/ Medicinal Plant Walk

Learn about tropical backyard medicine and edibles that are commonly overlooked.

Time & Location

Mar 13, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Tinamaste, 11 Fuente Verde Rd, San José, Tinamaste, Costa Rica

About The Event

Edible/ Medicinal Plant Walk-

Learn how to identify edible and medicinal tropical plants, many of which are commonly overlooked. Tour the land of EcoMaste with land steward, herbalist and co-founder Amanda Marsh. She will share with you their basic healing qualities and uses.

We will harvest edible greens for a Wild Tropical Salad with a vegetarian lunch

We will discover-

  • Mimosa
  • Hibiscus
  • Gotu Kola
  • Begonia
  • Culantro
  • Wasabi Mustard
  • Juanilama
  • Dormilona
  • Ethiopian Basil
  • Several Oxalis varieties
  • Wandering Jew
  • Katuk

830- Arrive

9am Closed Door

9am-11am- Plant Walk

11am-12pm- Explore the river, refresh

12pm- Enjoy vegetarian lunch with Wild Tropical Salad


Plant Walk with lunch included- $30

Plant Walk only-$25

Please arrive on time we will start at 9 am

Wear appropriate clothing

Boots, long pants and shirts or wear sunscreen and bug spray

*We do have natural sunscreen and bug spray available for purchase.

  • Plant walk w/ lunch
    CRC 18,000
    CRC 18,000
    CRC 0
  • Plant Walk (no lunch)
    CRC 15,000
    CRC 15,000
    CRC 0
TotalCRC 0

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Our focus is to bring communities, families and individuals back into harmony and simplicity. We do this through workshops, classes, retreats, and ceremonies with themes around rebuilding our foundations of living a balanced life. We host, practice and collaborate with the community to teach the best healing arts, permaculture, sustainability, natural building, nutrition, herbalism and spirituality of the region. Be part of a community movement rooted in care for the planet that embodies love and compassion for all beings on Mother Earth. 

We are all one. 

In 2016, the cofounders of EcoMaste visited together the Diamante Valley and since, they fell in-love with the majestic mountain. A few years later, after coming and going to Costa Rica, they felt a strong pull to root down in the area to share their passion and skills with other brothers and sisters. At the beginning of 2020, Jose felt a call to learn about natural building, specifically bamboo and timber framing. After his courses he was admiring the Diamante Waterfall and reached out to his indigenous brother Kandymaku from the Arhuacos Tribe which is part of the Teyuna Collective (four indigenous tribes from the Sierra Nevada in Colombia).

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