I thought the tour was very fun. It was difficult a bit because although I was an English-speaking American with some Spanish skills, the whole tour was in Spanish and my husband had to translate for me, which probably means I missed some details. The drama show afterwards was cute, but probably not age-appropriate for my daughter, luckily she couldn't understand a word since it was in Spanish. I found out later, you have to request someone who speaks English to be there to do the tour. I didn't realize it though. Make sure you wear long pants or bug spray, I was wearing capris, and mosquitos bit me so bad, they were drawing visible blood, although funny thing is they didn't really itch too bad later. My 5-year daughter loved planting the Cocoa tree and of course loved tasting the chocolate. The food they served for lunch was amazing!! Especially for me, the eggplant. Overall, we would totally do the tour again, although ask for an English interpreter.
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