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#1 of 3 things to do in San Pedro Columbia
Our family, including two young kids, particularly enjoyed trying the fruit of the cacao pod and bananas fresh off the tree during our jungle walk.
Eladio’s authentic Mayan culture cacao farm tour was the best!

Belize Spice Farm & Botanical Garden

Golden Stream Village 12.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Golden Stream Village
We also met the owner who has created a beautiful paradise for flower and spice lovers; with excellent staff like Mike who clearly loves his job, I'm sure they will continue to grow.
They also have a gift shop area where you can buy spices that were grown right there and a restaurant with the most delicious tacos!
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IXCACAO Maya Belizean Chocolate

San Felipe 9.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in San Felipe
We had an amazing time at Ixcacao touring their farm, learning to make our own chocolate from scratch, tasting their awesome chocolate and having the best meal we had in Belize.
We opted for the gold tour which encompassed a very informative tour of the farm, a delicious chocolate making experience and a wonderful meal.
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Big Falls Extreme Adventures

Big Falls 4.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Big Falls
The grounds are beautiful and sit just above the river, every meal was sooooo good and included locally grown fruit.
You will call them family members before you go home.

Junajpu' Chocolate

San Miguel 2.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in San Miguel
Martin first took us to his nearby farm, where he grows cacao, as well as other crops, in a sustainable manner, using Inga Alley cropping and other measures to ensure the health of his organic farm.
We toured the family farm where the cacao pods are grown and saw how they were harvested, we then participated in the chocolate making demonstration and had a Caldo, a traditional Maya meal.