Guatemala is internationally known for its superb coffee. Guatemala’s coffee plantations are found largely in the Western Highlands, although there are coffee farms in other parts of the country as well. Touring a coffee plantation is a great way to learn more about the special brew that puts pep in your step. During one of these tours, you’ll explore the coffee plantation and observe the growing, harvesting, and roasting process. Some coffee farms are set on private reserves and combine other activities with these tours, including bird watching and hiking.
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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.
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