Enjoy caffeine and adrenaline in one tour on this excursion from Antigua. The eclectic tour is sure to please a variety of travelers. Climb on board your personal ATV and head to a local plantation, where you discover the coffee making process from seed to mug. After a hot cup of the local beverage, ride up to Cerro de la Cruz, which offers a spectacular view of the city and surrounding mountains.
Do you want to learn more about the real culture of the surrounding villages of Antigua Guatemala?
This is the perfect opportunity to really see the local towns and to have a one-to-one experience. The tour has culture, beverages tasting and the chance to know great local people and learn about their colorful costumes.
We are sure you will enjoy this tour.
Find out what’s brewing in Antigua during this 6.5-hour immersion in Guatemala’s world-famous coffee industry. Discover the entire coffee process from farm field to cup as you visit coffee plantations, experience the harvesting process and stop by the home of a local coffee farmer to share some freshly-made joe. You’ll finish the day back at Antigua’s market, where you can sample some the ‘comedores’ (food stands).
Once famously described as "too much of a good thing," Lake Atitlan's stunning beauty and broad diversity of towns can make it difficult for visitors to decide how best to see its attractions. This tour lets you see it all while connecting with the landscape and the local people in ways that few visitors get to do. After taking a boat from Panajachel to the small Mayan village of Tzununa, hop on a bike for a ride through the countryside, stopping to visit weaving cooperatives, coffee plantations, art galleries, and some of the best viewpoints on the Lake.
Despite its small territorial extension, Guatemala is currently one of the ten largest coffee producers in the world.
In this tour around the city you'll not only enjoy the panoramic historical center, the architecture and iconic places.
You'll be part of a well guided tour about the importance of coffee in Guatemala, learn about the 8 regions of coffee and its specialties that for sure will open up your senses.
This mountain biking tour from Antigua offers an intimate look at small-scale coffee production. After an intermediate ride through the beautiful countryside, tour a coffee farm with a co-op member and visit their home to learn how beans are traditionally flame-roasted and ground by hand. Tour ends with lunch with the family for an authentic travel experience that gets you in touch with everyday life in Guatemala.
Explore the countryside of Antigua with your own private guide on a full-day tour that visits farms that benefit the indigenous community and environment. Tour a coffee plantation and macadamia nut plantation that use sustainable agriculture methods to grow high quality foods while preserving the rain forest. Sample their delicious coffee and nut products, then learn about Guatemala’s indigenous Mayan music at Casa Kojom. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
Spend the day learning about the ancient Maya people, their history and culture at the mystical Iximche ruins, the last capital city of the Mayas. Enjoy views of the indigenous western highlands of Guatemala. Once you arrive you'll be amazed at this tranquil site. Iximche, which means "place of the sacred trees of corn," is lush and vibrant. During your tour your expert guide will walk you through the site and explain the many myths, legends and facts surrounding the Maya. Feel free to ask your guide any questions. Your tour should permit you to see a number of pyramid temples, palaces, a small altar, and two ball courts.Founded by the Kaqchikel Maya in 1470, the city served as the region's capital and welcomed the Spanish who arrived in 1542. .After your tour, you'll return to your transportation and head to a restaurant where you can indulge in a delicious lunch . At the end of the day, you'll head back to port.
We want to begin our Crawl by going to the south of Antigua to visit a traditional coffee farm with breathtaking views of the volcanoes. At the farm we want to be recived by an expert in coffee planting and process. Here we want to learn the journey that takes coffee from plant to cup. As we finish our walk through the farm we will drive back to Antigua, where we will visit two coffee shops to take two workshops where we will play with your senses and teach you all about coffee from our coffee experts, all this while learning the best-kept secrets of the streets of Antigua. Finally, we will go to a craft brewery, to enjoy a refreshing beer with notes of coffee and learn about the use of coffee beans in other products. By the end of the Coffee Crawl, not only will you meet new people and take your knowledge of coffee to the next level, but we will have lots of fun!