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What better to do in Guatemala than take a coffee tour? Anything else but this place. They charged us 75Q each to just walk around. They asked us if we wanted a tour in English, of course we said yes. Our guide knew a few...More
Very nice place to visit and for us camp. The coffee was very nice and the tour, although not exactly seed to cup, was informative. We felt good to be supporting a community initiative.
The zip line was superb for the kids. 7 lines in...More
We had a great time learning about the history of coffee growing in the Coban region. We had a great guide who made the tour fun. Some of the people in the group participated in the zip line experience and loved it! At the end...More
We had the tour in Spanish and our guide was very patient with us when we had questions. We opted for the shorter tour for Q60 and it was an interesting tour through the process of coffee making and its history. It is also a...More
We had a great time meeting the local coffee growers and took the tour with a lady named Rosa. Her insights were fantastic allowed us to understand the co-ops inner workings. Highly entertaining and recommended
The tour lasts about 2-3 hours depending on how many questions you have and if you decide to do the zip-lining (which we HIGHLY recommend - it has 7 stations and well worth the Q60; especially for first time zip-liners like myself).
Chicoj is a...More
This tour was great. Alban, my tour guide, spoke good English. The tour was very informative (i.e. History of Guatemala Coffee, how to grow coffee, how the plantation shades the coffee, etc.). What's even more great is the zip line (aka canopy) tour at the...More
Great tour through the coffee plantation and facilities. The guide was very informative on the whole coffee production process, from growing the coffee plants to the steps involved in getting the coffee beans ready to sell. He also enlightened us with some history related to...More
The young Guatemalan woman who took us on this tour gave us a detailed explanation of the steps in coffee cultivation and preparation for consumption (in Spanish), via a series of stops separated by short walks on the plantation. She then very matter-of-factly, in her...More