The Talamanca Costa Rican tribe is fighting to keep its culture alive after hundreds of years of tragedy stemming from the age of Spanish Conquistadors
Ditsöwö Tsirík: The Way of the Seed
Costa Rican Tribe at Intercontinental Cry
This is the journey of a people created as seed by Sibö (God) who resisted the Spanish conquest; their steps prove that their stories are not just myths, but a living history of struggle. This documentary invites you to get to know their word. A Costa Rican Tribe. The Talamanca Costa Rican tribe is fighting to keep its culture alive after hundreds of years of tragedy stemming from the age of Spanish Conquistadors.
The Cordillera de Talamanca is a mountain range that lies on the border between Costa Rica and Panama. Much of the range and the area around it is included in the La Amistad International Park, which also is shared between the two countries.
This range contains in the south of Costa Rica stretches from southwest of San José to beyond the border with Panama and contains the highest peaks of Costa Rica and Panama, among them the Cerro Chirripó with 3,820 m, and the more accessible high peak of Cerro de la Muerte. Much of the Caribbean areas of the range are still unexplored.