|Native to||Costa Rica|
|Region||Turrialba Region (Cartago Province)|
|Native speakers||8,800 (2000)|
The Cabécar language is an indigenous American language of the Chibchan language family which is spoken in Costa Rica. Specifically, it is spoken in the inland Turrialba Region of the Cartago Province. 80% of speakers are monolingual. The language is also known by its dialect names Chirripó and Estrella.