Between the 5th-17th November, 2018, we lived an amazing Sinfonía Trópico in Tadó, a very representative place of the Biogeographic Pacific, between the Mungarrá and the San Juan rivers. We developed a series of creative and artistic workshops in Tadó, working with eighty local young people. The workshops –music and scenic arts, audiovisual and photography, body-culture-territory, mural and intervention in public space, fashion design and sewing, gastronomy and writing– focused on the changes in nature caused by human activities, and how these impact affects our coexistance with the environment and our future. At the end, we enjoyed the amazing presentation of ¡Mirá mi Pueblo! a work of art full of music, dance, life and memories about living together in peace with the rivers and the nature in this region. We also counted with the "Mural de la Diversidad", the exhibition of the photography workshop, the Performance in the public space with Colectivo Atempo and the screening of the film "Pesca-Dó", filmed during the documentary workshop.