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The Kallari Chocolate Farm visit is a unique cultural experience which includes a variety of different options for guests, such as: visiting the cooperative centre, chocolate tasting presentation, Kichwa farm tour (overnight stay option), and a...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Huachiyacu Street Near Road to Pano | Barrio San Jorge, Tena 150150, Ecuador
We just showed up at the office of Kallari and we had to wait only 30min before a guide came in and we could join the previous group for a presentation about the company and the production of their chocolate including a lot of tasting!!...More
We did a one day tour on public transport to suit our budget.
Visit to wonderful family who produce cacao and lots of other things - really nice to understand more about their culture and lives. It felt very relaxed but still organised!
We went to the office the night before and requested a tour for the next day. The tour was from 9-3.30ish. Our guide, Geovanny, greeted us at the door of the offices and explained the day before we set off. First of all, we got...More
We went to Kallari offices to ask for possibilities on tours and they offered one for the day after with public transport for USD 25 per person including guide and lunch. We first visited the cacao farm and had an interesting walk with the farmer...More
I recently got to visit and learn all about the chocolate making process which was very interesting. Afterwards, we were able to taste a variety of different chocolates. This is certainly a place to consider visiting if you are nearby.
At Kallari, we learned about how important the cacao industry is to the Kichwa people. They are devoted to making the highest quality chocolate, and they send it all over the world. It was a very unique experience that allowed us to learn about how...More
We learned so much at Kallari about the entire process from beginning to end about making chocolate. I have a greater appreciation for the chocolate industry and cacao after my visit. We learned about the Kichwa community and how important this cooperative is to their...More
In the same culinary expedition we made to the jungles of Ecuador we had to visit The Kallari Chocolate Farm. A place surrounded by awesome wild cocoa fruit and you get to overnight if you wish for a very humble price. You get to eat...More
I spend two weeks in Ecuador with a teen program and probably the most memorable day was when we visited Kallari. It is an incredible organization with beautiful morals and delicious chocolate! When we visited, we toured the biodiverse chakra and sucked on "baba," the...More