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Mayan Chocolate Presentation

Mayan Chocolate Presentation

This tour duration is approximately 4 hours. Learn how to make chocolate like the Mayans, and treat yourself to a Chocolate treat What to bring: -packed breakfast and/or lunch┬á┬á -bottled water and/or snacks┬á┬á What to wear:┬á┬á ÔÇó comfortable clothing and running/hiking shoes┬á
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  • 4 hours
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Xunantunich, Horseback Riding, and Chocolate-Making Combo Tour from San Ignacio

Xunantunich, Horseback Riding, and Chocolate-Making Combo Tour from San Ignacio

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Discover highlights of BelizeÔÇÖs western Cayo District on a full-day combo adventure, beginning with a horseback ride through lush jungle and riverside trails. Follow in the footsteps of ancient Mayan royalty and climb to the top of a giant sacred pyramid at the Xunantunich archaeological site, and taste local flavor with a typical Belizean lunch. Finish on a sweet note with a chocolate-making tour where you'll learn to grind raw cacao beans and transform them into silky, decadent chocolate.
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  • 8 hours
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