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ChocoMuseo

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ChocoMuseo

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Antigua ATV Mountain Adventure

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Discover the outskirts of Antigua on a full-day tour by ATV, motorcycle, or scooter. Choose the vehicle that suits you, then drive yourself or ride as a passenger. See more of rural Guatemala as you explore the mountains, stopping along the way at a small Mayan village and market, Cerro de la Cruz, and an organic farm with sweeping views. Hotel pickup and drop-off is provided.
US$66.00 per adult
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Nicole Najlis wrote a review 14 Jan
Antigua, Guatemala40 contributions11 helpful votes
Really nice tastings, we bought brownies and chocolate infused liquor. Very delicious. This is a must visit if you’re in antigua definetly in for a treat
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Date of experience: January 2021
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robbiefitz wrote a review Apr 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada715 contributions103 helpful votes
I'm a Chef and I love to travel. When I travel I like to learn about the local food & food history. The Choco Museo was a great experience and you learn the complete process of making chocolate form the tree to the finished product. Great information on history as well, from how the Mayans first discovered how to make it to who makes the best chocolate in the world today.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SamSam wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas22 contributions
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Oh' what fun I had during this workshop. Our guide Frank/Juan was informative and entertaining. He helped a group of 7-8 strangers become competitive comrades. My final chocolate bar was a hot a$$ mess, but I had lots of fun and laughter!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anna Speicher wrote a review Mar 2020
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For our last day in Guatemala we decided to take their 2 hour long chocolate making class. Our class was just me and my boyfriend and our amazing teacher Frank. We learned about the history and culture of cocoa andchocolate, joked, laughed and had an unforgettable experience. Our guide was very knowledgeable, extremely kind, friendly, charismatic and a pleasure to be around. After a demonstration of how chocolate is made, we got to make three traditional cocoa drinks and even decorate our own chocolate bar. A great hands on experience and I cannot say enough how much fun we had and how delicious their chocolate is (the bar did not survive the day haha). Great value for money! Absolutely recommend the tour and our guide Frank to anyone looking for a unique experience:)
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tristan G wrote a review Mar 2020
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I signed up for the chocolate making class with a friend. Honestly we were just looking for a low key activity after hiking the volcano. It turned out to be really fun and the guy who led our class, Fernando, did a great job and really knew his stuff. This was well worth the visit and the end result is phenomenal.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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