Guatemalan coffee is highly regarded around the world. During this tour you'll visit a coffee farm near Lake Atitlán and learn about the growing process.
- 5 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 8:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 2:30 PM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
The coffee produced in the Lake Atitlán area has a unique flavor, which is primarily a result of its organic quality and cultivation method. This tour explores the growing and harvesting process of coffee in Guatemala.
The tour begins in Panajachel, where you'll board a boat and ride to Village at Lake Atitlan. Once here you'll head to a local coffee plantation and learn about the coffee production process from seed to bean. A knowledgeable guide will take you around the plantation, explaining how the coffee is planted, grown, and harvested. This will help you to really appreciate your favorite morning beverage.
The tour ends as it should: with a fresh cup of locally grown coffee. Afterwards you'll board the boat and head back to Panajachel.
Lake Atitlán is heralded as one of the most mystical and memorable lakes on the planet. It is also the deepest lake in Central America. You can get experience the lake by kayaking or swimming at the beaches on the lakeshore. See the lake from above by hiking the San Pedro Volcano or by reaching the summit known locally as Indian’s Nose.
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This hike through the tree canopy of the Atitlan Reserve will give you a bird’s eye view of an exciting environment. Atitlan Reserve is shaped by the three volcanoes that surround Lake Atitlan. Pristine Lake Atitlan and the surrounding grounds of the reserve offer more natural beauty than you can capture with a few snapshots. To get the most out of this scenery, get a view from the top.
Quetzaltenango soil grows the best coffee beans on the Guatemalan market. Each of the following plantations employs locals, and takes important measures to make sure visiting the grounds remains an ecologically sound practice. Explore the following four options to choose the coffee plantation experience that interests you most.