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Indulge yourself and dive into the mysteries and secrets of the worlds favorite food.
Discover the Cacao tree and feast on it´s fruit. Learn about ancient cultures and how they invented the ritual drink made of cacao.... and drink it.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
The Zoo Ave | 500 mts to Alajuela, La Garita 30306, Costa Rica
I would not recommend this tour as it appeared to be a small start up chocolate making team. The cacao-chocolate seeds are not even grown on site. They have maybe two small trees there with cacao. The price for was $25 each as i went...More
Definitely a tour to take! We seriously learned so much about the history of chocolate, and Mesoamerica. Our guide, Oscar, was so kind and knowledgeable. It was fun to make our own chocolate pieces as well. We got to taste different chocolate drinks and learn...More
On our last day in Costa Rico we opted for the chocolate tour. We didn't know much about it or what it was called, just Chocolate Tour. We arrived and were the only people there. We waited an hour for the next tour and it...More
This was a very interesting day. My spouse and I had the chance to learn about the history of chocolate in Costa Rica and it was fun and very engaging. I would recommend this tour to anyone because it’s amazing !
Really a great tour. I compare it with the Britt coffee tour.
This is a very informative tour where one comes out filled with knowledge about chocolates.
The taste tasting is something to remember.
Great for families with kids
We visited this cacao/chocolate tour while in Costa Rica on vacation with our family of 4 and two teen boys. This tour is very educational. It takes you from the seed, to a pod, how to open the pod, the contents in the pod, and...More
Great experience around the chocolat process (fruits/beans to chocolate) and test with different flavours. It is also a great opportunity to walk on the longest tree canopy bridge and see animals (snakes, sloths, bullet hunt....).
I recommend this tour.
I went here after reading some reviews with my family, including two young children (1 & 6), and grandparents (76). We came after they had started a tour, but they were so sweet as to offer us the quick version, including making our own chocolates,...More
There isn't a plantation but all the rest of the elements were there. I had a private tour because I was the only one who booked. It was very interesting and I learned a lot about the history and processing of cacao, how it was...More