Antigua ATV Coffee Tour - Antigua Guatemala

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Details :
    6a Avenida Norte 60, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

During this tour we visit a local coffee plantation located in the nearby city of Jocotenango. From the office you will follow a local guide on the ATVs for about a 15 minute ride to the coffee plantation La Azotea located in city of Jocotenango. Once at La Azotea, you will receive a bilingual tour of the plantation where you are able to learn and see the various processes of the coffee producing, making, and packaging that goes into serving a good cup of coffee. The coffee tour in the plantation lasts about 1 hour once finished you will walk around the plantation with the local guide to see check out the plants and you could also grab a drink or snack. Once finished at the plantation you will hop back on the ATVs and head over to "El Cerro de la Cruz" to visit one of Antiguas most well-known and visited landmarks. After getting a close-up birds eye view of the colonial city, we hop back on the vehicles and head back to our office.

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Itinerary
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Stop At: La Azotea, Jocotenango, Sacatepequez Department

We visit a local coffee plantation located in the nearby city of Jocotenango. From the office you will follow a local guide on about a 15 minute ride to the coffee plantation La Azotea. Once at La Azotea you will receive a in depth bilingual tour from the plantations guide, you will be able to see various process of the coffee producing, making, and packaging that goes to serve a good cup of JOE. The coffee tour lasts about 1 hour once finished you will walk around with our local guide and visit the music museum.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Cerro de la Cruz, Antigua, Sacatepequez Department

Once finished at the plantation you will hop back on the ATVs and head over to "El Cerro de la Cruz" to visit one of Antiguas most well known and visited landmarks. Since we are on bikes getting here is easier than taking the hundreds of steps and we enjoy a birds eye view of the colonial city.

Duration: 20 minutes

Inclusions

Coffee and/or Tea

All Fees and Taxes

Entry/Admission - Centro Cultural La Azotea

Entry/Admission - Cerro de la Cruz

Exclusions

Lunch

Alcoholic Beverages

Pick ups inside of Antigua Guatemala ($5.00) small groups

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Valid drivers Licence

Most travelers can participate

You are unable to book a reservation only with a passenger rate; you must havea driver rate as well.

This experience requires good weather. If its canceled due to poor weather, youll be offered a different date or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Traveler Reviews

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  • 09-Nov-2022

    The farm was really cool. I work in Coffee so it was nice to see everything first hand. Riding around on the ATV’s was a fun time.

  • 12-Sep-2022

    Excellent tour! Had a blast on the ATvs and our tour guide was fun and very knowledgable. Learned about coffee and then went ok a tour around the neighboring town

  • 10-Aug-2022

    Amazing ride through the city of Antigua! We were guided through the city with our amazing guide Josh and Diego - who were both so knowledgable, and fun! A must-try experience when visiting! Cant wait to come back with more friends next year

  • 10-Jul-2022

    The ride up the mountain after the coffee plantation visit was really fun with terrific views. Learned a LOT about coffee production and bought some delicious coffee jam.

  • 07-Jul-2022

    We had a delightful day with Erick, he made the whole experience very special. Gave us a thorough understanding of how to operate the ATV, how he would use hand signals, etc. Our trip on the ATV’s was a terrific adventure, and the tour of the coffee and chocolate (cacao) plantation was very educational. Erick is Mayan, we truly enjoyed learning about Mayan history and traditions in addition to learning more about Antigua. Highly recommend this tour!

  • 06-Jul-2022

    This was so much fun! We got to ride through Antigua with all the locals and then went on a coffee tour to learn and taste Guatemalan coffee. Very great experience, I would do it again!

  • 05-Jul-2022

    Fun tour of the Azotea. The guide (Eric) was extremely nice and knowledgeable about coffee and chocolate in Guatemala.

  • 12-Jun-2022

    The tour was fun and my 5 year old daughter really enjoyed it as well. The taste tests at the farm were great. The stop for views was excellent as well. Could probably improve the commentary for the farm tour and make a bit more interesting but otherwise was great tour.

  • 09-Jun-2022

    What an awesome tour I had with Josh! We rode the atvs to the top of a mountain to see the beautiful city of Antigua from high up. Then we went to the coffe plantation la azotea in a fun trip with the atvs. Learned a lot and even taste tested some fresh coco. Super fun and exciting.

  • 03-Jun-2022

    This was such a great experience. I’ve rarely driven at ATV and out guide was so helpful and attentive. The team is fully bilingual and very polite and professional. In terms of the tour, it was such a fun time taking the atv through the gorgeous mountains and roads of Antigua. Please be advised, you will be riding through public service roads and streets for the journey, so you should have the confidence of riding a bike through a town with cars going back and forth, no big deal. The guide was the jewel of the excursion. His knowledge of the area was incomparable. He knew about the history of coffee production in Guatemala, but also the history of his town and his culture. The guide was also so informed of native plants and trees that we saw on the coffee tour, totally unexpected and so enriching. Awesome experience!

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