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* A traveler said: "Nice experience, loved the chocolate tasting along with our guide. He was great and very knowledgeable."
* A traveler said: "Galileo is a great guide, very friendly. The tour of the city is very calm and pleasant. I recommend a lot this tour"
* A traveler said: "Great and friendly customer service. Super safe transportation. Courteous driver, Andres. Would definitely do it again."
* A traveler said: "We saw so much more than we were expecting and Daryl was a fantastic guide. We had amazing food and cultural experiences. We tasted roasted coffee nibs, cumquat wine, soup, sangria. We saw the textile market, visited the old city, enjoyed the hammocks. A very full and very beautiful day. Worth every penny."
* A traveler said: "Amazing experience. We had a guide who was super friendly, encouraging, knowledgeable, and passionate about the Mayan people. Everything went smoothly the whole day."
* A traveler said: "This was an absolutely wonderful tour. My guide was amazing, funny and spoke perfect English. The cook was really entertaining too. She didn’t speak English but my Spanish was good enough to communicate. I can’t wait to get back and try some of the recipes."
* A traveler said: "This was an improtu. Booked it the same day and Valerie accommodated me with a few hours. She was very friendly and informative about the culture and history of the city. She even gave me resturant options for dinner etc I would definitely recommend this tour."
* A traveler said: "Great tour and awesome tour guide! Diego was really knowledgeable about the history and made riding the atvs slot of fun even in the rain. Would recommend."
* A traveler said: "A beautiful way to experience the area surrounding Antigua. The sunset over the mountains is spectacular and there are a couple stops along the way. Our guide was super friendly and overall we had a great experience. It was just the two of us and they allowed us to choose riding together or separately."
* A traveler said: "Miguel was the best. Very informative. Provides great history. Very careful with your safety. The lake is beautiful. You should spend more than one day there. My schedule did not allow for that so this was a great trip."
* A traveler said: "The guide was amazing we see all Antigua very helpful to teach all about that amazing city I recommend this tour to everybody . The city is beautiful and has a lot of historic .you feel like you are in 1 special place."
* A traveler said: "Would highly recommend this tour! About a hour hike up and down and a hour ride from Antigua there and back. Tour guide Catalina and bus driver were really nice! I had a good time. I rode a horse her name was princess! I would do it all over again. Had to pay extra Q50 to hike and Q100 to ride the horse one way."
* A traveler said: "Joel & Joaqim were amazing foodie tourists. I enjoyed not only feeling like I enjoyed Guatemala meals with family but also learning about the history behind the food, cooking techniques, and the city of Antigua."
* A traveler said: "It was an excellent tour, very impressive. Our guide Erwin gave us a lot of interesting information, let us ask many questions and was honest about the real guatemalan life. Amazing villages surround antigua but there often forgotten. We were happy to see these villages so close yet so different from antigua. We really appreciated this off the beaten path tour. The highlights for us: Guatemalan ladies put on traditionnal clothes on us and the wonderful landscapes. It's honestly the best tour we've done in Guatemala."
* A traveler said: "Guatemala City is very under-rated as a place to see. It would be difficult to navigate this city and see all the sights the city has to offer (and which are horribly under-publicized) without a professional guide. The most important and interesting sights (the anthropology museum, the Relief Map, Kaminal Juyu) are scattered all over the city. Esteban was an excellent guide (and an excellent driver, although, by Latin American standards, Guatemala City would not be a particularly scary place in which to drive). Esteban did an excellent job of improvising and adjusting as the government has closed a few, very important sights (such as the anthropology museum) suddenly, without notice"
* A traveler said: "Guide spoke good english, drove comfortable car, and was very informative. Glad we booked thru Viator rather than cruise line!"
* A traveler said: "Very interesting tour. Learned a lot. The Jade artisan and his wife are wonderful. Good way to spend my birthday."
* A traveler said: "This tour was absolutely wonderful! We were picked up in front of the hotel in an air-conditioned SUV by both the driver and guide who took us around the different villages. Our driver Gabby was equally fluent in English and Spanish and had a great personality. Our guide José also spoke very good English and Spanish and knew many of the owners of business we visited, which allowed us to really get to experience each location. At the coffee plantation, we saw where the coffee beans grew, walked to where they dried them out and watched while drinking fresh coffee from the plantation, then went into the factory portion to see how they ran the quality control and filled the bags with coffee. When we visit one of the Maya villages, we were able to try on the clothes and buy some of the local products of the Maya. They had a lot of beautiful clothes, bags, and small souvenirs. I’d recommend this place to buy some souvenirs because they had a large variety and several sellers so you can haggle a good price since some of them have similar goods and the prices in Antigua tend to be higher. The Jade factory we visited was interesting and behind the shop they had a place where you could buy all sorts of Jade jewelry and goods. They even find your day on the Mayan Calendar and your sign, explain it to you and give you the chance to buy a piece of Jade with your symbol on it. By the time we reached the chocolate factory, the workers had gone home so we didn’t get to see the process, but we did taste the different varieties of chocolate they had. The wine tasting was actually in someone’s home where you entered a courtyard and got to choose which kinds you would like to try. The guide helped us choose and of course at the end you have the option to buy some of them if you’d like. At the end of the tour, Gabby and José dropped us off at the hotel and gave us their contact info. When we visit Guatemala again, we will definitely be contacting them for other tours and I would recommend them for any of the tours they give."
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