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$
120
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Provider:
Belize Mayan Chocolate Tour You’ve probably enjoyed tasty chocolate treats your whole life without ever knowing where it came from. This tour is perfect for chocolate lovers ... moreas you’ll get to learn about the traditional Maya method of making chocolate, starting with the cocoa bean and continuing all the way to the finished chocolate bar.

This tour starts with learning how cocoa beans are extracted from the pods, fermented, dried, and then prepared for making chocolate. Participants will then be able to eat and enjoy their creations.

Note: All chocolate is grown by local farmers and is certified organic.
$
55
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$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
The Chocolate Making Sessions at a living Mayan Museum offers you the BEST of Real Mayan Culture and its authenticity. Experience the traditional Mayan way of making chocolate from ... morebean to bar. Cacao Beans are grown by local farmers in Maya Center Village and is certified Organic.

Take a short walk to the cacao farm to learn about how cacao trees are cultivated. The trained farmer will give you a detailed explanation and process of how the beans are extracted from the pods and then fermented and finally dried and ready to be processed into chocolate. You will roast your own cacao beans on the clay griddle, just like how the Mayans did.

Making chocolate on the Mayan grinding stone is a lot of fun! The cacao beans being ground on the grinding stone gets magical as you witness your chocolate beginning to unfold. What is more exciting is that you get to eat your own chocolate! The tour is very educational and hands on. You have got to do it.
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
Provider:
The tour is a full day package. A two-hour drive to Bacawina national park for an adrenaline rush zipline adventure. The zip line will last for 1 hours and we then make our way to ... morethe chocolate farm. At this farm, you will get an educational breathtaking an experience of how chocolate is made. This experience will last for 2 hours. finally why not cool off at the Maya king waterfall. The fall has a various level situation for your ability to explore the refreshing water of the falls.
$
55
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
CACAO FARM & CHOCOLATE MAKING TOUR Chocolate is not only said to be an aphrodisiac but also has many healthy properties in its purest organic form - the cacao bean. This bean was ... morevalued so much by the ancient Mayan people of the region that it was actually used as currency. Modern-day studies have shown the cacao bean to be nature’s most powerful antioxidant. Cacao is a shade-grown tree which traditionally grows in the tropical rainforest. Here we visit a traditional Mayan cacao farm and see chocolate making in its original form, using the raw cacao bean, with the Mayan family who owns and operates several cacao farms in the country.

Eladio Pop, the farm owner, has an amazing knowledge of the symbiotic relationship of creatures and plants and is regarded as a local legend for companion planting and organic farming. The Eladio Pop family has teamed up with Sparrows Gate Mission bringing traditional chocolate-making demonstrations to the Cayo District. This partnership seeks to protect and promote the Mayan way of life as shown in the full-length documentary, The Chocolate Farmer, featuring Mr. Eladio Pop. After your farm tour and chocolate- making a demonstration, indulge in real organic chocolate creations including the traditional Mayan chocolate drink, enjoyed by only the elite Mayans of the ancient times.
$
145
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Climb the second largest Mayan temple in Belize “El Castillo” standing at 137ft off the ground and take in the exciting view of all the other temples that sits below it. Let your guide ... moreexplain the significance of the stacco decoration displaying the Sun God flanked by signs of the moon, venus and different days located on the side of El Castillo. Enjoy a lovely Belizean lunch, but be sure they left space for what’s coming next! Experience chocolate making in the most natural and hands-on way. Roasted cacao beans will be grinded into a paste using the traditional tools: mano and matate, then made into a beverage with added cinnamon, chili, honey, and spice. Sample freshly harvested beans and Belizean made dark chocolate, then take home a paste of your own to create your own recipe.
$
185
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Start your day Experiencing chocolate making in the most natural and hands-on way. Roasted cacao beans will be grinded into a paste using the traditional tools: mano and matate, then ... moremade into a beverage with added cinnamon, chili, honey, and spice. Sample freshly harvested beans and Belizean made dark chocolate, then take home a paste of your own to create your own recipe. This unique experience is followed by a Visit to the Mayan city of Xunantunich where you get to Climb the second largest Mayan temple in Belize “El Castillo” standing at 137ft off the ground and take in the exciting view off all the other temples that sits below it. Let your guide explain the meaning of the stacco decoration displaying the Sun God flanked by signs of the moon, venus and different days located on the side of El Castillo. Your guide will them take you to enjoy a hot Belizean lunch and a drive through one of the most beautiful parts of the country as you make your way to the cave tubing site. A small hike through the rainforest leads you to a beautiful lazy river where your relaxing cave tubing adventure will begin. Relax as your guide takes through a sacred cave system then on to an open river where the kiss of the sun will simply complete your day as it comes to an end.
$
160
/ Adult
Departs From:
Hopkins
You will embark on a Mayan journey as we take you through the pathways of their ancestors. Firstly by showing you their various natural healing methods. Then followed by a tour of ... morethe Cockscomb Basin with our trained guide, you will be winding through the refreshing river in your river tubes. Then end it all with an organic Mayan chocolate making class in which you'll earn your delectable delight.
On the chocolate tour, you will experience lots of samples and Maya style hot chocolate and get the opportunity to learn about cacao from the tree to the bar and even make your own organic dark chocolate. You will also go through a small herbal medicine walk and get to embark on a river tubing journey in the Cockscomb Basin. 

If you love chocolate, don’t miss out on this tour!

This adventure tour departs Palmento Grove Lodge at 8:30 am and returns at 3 PM.

Departure from Palmento Grove at 8 AM
Arrival at Herbal healing walk
Cave tubing
Lunch
Maya Chocolate Making
Departure at 4 PM
$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Learn and enjoy the culinary skills and history of both the Maya & Garifuna culture at an excellent and very reasonable cost.
$
100
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$
175
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Provider:
This is a combo tour of two various places in southern Belize. Che’il Mayan Chocolate factory is located in Maya Center Village on the Southern Highway. It’s a 25 min ride from Hopkins. ... moreHere you will have the opportunity to go on a two-hour tour, which includes a hike at the cacao farm where you can have a taste of the bean and get a chance to see wild birds, flora & fauna. The second leg is the traditional Mayan Chocolate process making and a wonderful ending of eating your personally made chocolate.

The second part of the tour takes you off-road through the rainforest and up into the Maya Center Village hills to the beautiful Maya King Waterfall. Driving right up to the entrance of the fall, it’s a short walk up some stairs to dip into a clear refreshing natural pool. Spend the time relaxing under the falls or just swimming in any of the three pools at the park. Lastly river tubing for 1 hour 30 minutes.