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The Mayan word for the word “cacau” was derived from the old “chacahuaa” voice. Currently, the Mayan descendants name it “chucua”. With this oval and brown colored seed, the “xocolatl” was produced, a soluble drink with a strong flavor that produced great energy and vitality. Cocoa was used in pre-Columbian Mexico as a currency of exchange (in commercial exchanges among natives). This day will have the opportunity to know the origins of this wonderful soluble drink, in addition to taste a tacit of Chocolate in the visit to the cocoa museum, the visit begins at 5:00 p.m. It will begin with a tour of the place, the tasting of the cocoa paste, a taste of a sweet and finally a tacit of soluble chocolate. The museum has a “chocolateria” that seats 70 people, a stage for conferences or troubadour performances and a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. In the store you will find a wide selection of regional craft and industrial chocolates, as well as souvenirs related to the theme of cocoa and chocolate. We will enjoy the famous and recognized Chocolate of the state of Chiapas

Minimum: 02 pax.

Operation: 1,2,3,4,5,6

Inclusions: Accompanying by Guide in Spanish and English translator, Access to the museum, Tasting of cocoa paste, 1 chocolate drink.

Exclusions: Food, services not specified.

Pick up schedule: 17:00 hrs.

Approx duration: 1 hr.

NOTE: Drop off: Downtown.

This tour is operated exclusively Spanish with English translator