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Guatemalan Artisan Crafts: local artisans, handicrafts & culture
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Guatemalan Artisan Crafts: local artisans, handicrafts & culture

Learn about the history and modern culture of artisan crafts of Guatemala: textiles, wood carvings, leather goods, and more. We'll take a tour around Antigua and its neighboring pueblos to see true craftsmanship. On our tour you'll have the opportunity to speak with and buy your own handicrafts directly from the artisans that made them.
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kander27 wrote a review Feb 2020
Boulder Creek, California41 contributions33 helpful votes
So much more than a coffee farm! The owners have done a great job in not only demonstrating how coffee is grown and harvested, but have also incorporated information about the culture and the people to work the land.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SAB5859 wrote a review Jan 2020
Banff, United Kingdom4,365 contributions3,109 helpful votes
Truly enjoyed visiting the museums and found it very educational. Loved the chocolate made here. Our guide gave us a fantastic summary when going through the museum’s. The toilets were spotless clean.
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Date of experience: January 2020
5 Helpful votes
Sheryl T wrote a review Dec 2019
Mahwah, New Jersey840 contributions194 helpful votes
We got quite an education about coffee. It was amazing to go out to the large patio and walk on the coffee beans. We threw them in the air and some of the group made coffee bean angels. Later we went into the shop for tasting. They say to try the coffee without sugar and cream to taste the flavor, They do not sell decaf. Also sold is chocolate. I got a 16 oz round disc for hot chocolate in a decorative bag for a gift.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Judith G wrote a review Dec 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri129 contributions51 helpful votes
Azotea is a coffee plantation (finca) but so much more. It offers three museums - coffee, Guatemalan textiles, and ancient musical instruments. If you plan ahead you can also go for a trail ride on beautifully cared for horses. Recently opened is a fabulous French restaurant, La Ferme and a small coffee kiosk with capucchino and pastries. There is also a textile weaving workshop and store. Spend the entire day and enjoy. If you are lucky enough to meet the owner, she will tell you that her father used to say, Coffee should be black as night, strong as passion, and hot as hell (more or less).
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Date of experience: December 2019
Wally H wrote a review Nov 2019
Prince Albert, Canada35 contributions10 helpful votes
This is not just any coffee plantation. La Azotea does such a fantastic job of giving you the history of coffee as well as demonstrating how they are helping the environment plus their community. We were privileged to meet the owner, Ricardo and listened to him speak of how the "coffee growing business" has evolved over the years, how he has diversified his business and his plans for the immediate future. As for the price of the coffee, we felt it was reasonable considering it is grown without herbicides, pesticides etc. We loved it there and would highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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