Chocorart, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
(4.7/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
A trip toChocorart lets you discover a world very similar to Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. Owned by a Swiss couple, this attraction allows visitors to see the transformation of raw beans into a cup of hot chocolate. Learn how the cocoa beans are harvested, fermented, and cooked using traditional Mayan methods that date back many centuries. Completely organic, the chocolate produced here contains no artificial additives. Taste different types of chocolate and make sure you drop by the gift shop to collect a few sweet souvenirs for the trip back home. Put Chocorart at the forefront of your travel plans using our Puerto Viejo de Talamanca travel itinerary maker.
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  • Although there was some confusion, and I wasn't actually able to do the entire tour as I was the only person, I really enjoyed myself visiting chocorart. I was able to participate fully in making choc...  more »
  • By visiting this cacao farm and seeing firsthand the entire process of how chocolate is made i learned so much that I had no idea of prior to this visit. Give yourself a few hours for this tour becaus...  more »
  • In Chocorart you can enjoy delicious chocolates made with organic cocoa produced on his farm and also learn the secrets of the process of the cacao seed in their chocolate factory. Undoubtedly the adventure more sweet in the Caribbean!
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  • David gave us the tour and he did a great job. We ate many fruits we have never seen and experienced the whole chocolate making process. It was fantastic. At the end we drank fresh hot chocolate and sampled different chocolates made at the farm.