• Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour

    Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour, join us in Lake Atitlan Guatemala for a coffee tour from tree to cup. The basin surrounding Lake Atitlan, located in the highlands of Guatemala, produces some of the most distinctive and aromatic coffee in the world.

    Lake Atitlán provides an ideal environment for growing coffee—the region has a cooler climate than most other parts of Guatemala, there is plentiful and consistent rainfall each year, and the area is surrounded by the rich soils of the Atitlán, Toliman and the San Pedro volcanoes.

Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour | San Juan

After arriving in San Juan at the boat docks you climb a steep hill that has unique textile, painting, and art stalls on either side of the street. Most of these products are produced by cooperatives of women from the village. The art here is very unique and unlike what you find in other villages around the lake.

You also see many murals painted on the side of buildings throughout San Juan that are an expression of their culture

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Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour | Lets Stop and Smell the Coffee

TRIP DURATION: roughly 7-8 hours

TRIP LOCATION: San Juan La Laguna

TRIP PHYSICAL LEVEL: Easy to Moderate

TRIP DETAILS: $125 (Q960) – 1 person (private tour) / $85 (Q650) per person – 2 or more people

WHAT TO BRING: Bring camera, water, snacks, sun protection (hat, shades, sunscreen), good walking shoes or sneakers are recommended (no flip-flops), and be prepared to have an incredible adventure!

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Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour | Details

Lake Atitlan Coffee Tour, join us in Lake Atitlan Guatemala for a coffee tour from tree to cup. The basin surrounding Lake Atitlan, located in the highlands of Guatemala, produces some of the most distinctive and aromatic coffee in the world.

Lake Atitlán provides an ideal environment for growing coffee—the region has a cooler climate than most other parts of Guatemala, there is plentiful and consistent rainfall each year, and the area is surrounded by the rich soils of the Atitlán, Toliman and the San Pedro volcanoes.

Calling all coffee lovers, if you love coffee as much as we do then no trip to Guatemala would be complete without the experience of a coffee tour. Located along the fertile slopes of Lake Atitlan, local coffee cooperatives have been growing and roasting organic coffee for generations.

Our coffee experience will take you to the villages of San Juan La Laguna and San Pedro La Laguna in the heart of Lake Atitlan where we introduce you to the coffee production process, from growing, harvesting, cleaning and drying the berries, roasting and finally to when it’s poured fresh into a cup.

Our tour will conclude on the patio of a coffee cooperative where we will enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding volcanoes and the lush coffee plantations while enjoying a fresh cup of coffee.

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About The Village Of San Pedro Lake Atitlan

The village of San Pedro La Laguna on Lake Atitlan is one of my favorite villages on the Lake.  San Pedro in its earlier years was the home for many hippie travelers—that was 20 years ago. Today, San Pedro still remains a destination for the younger travelers and backpackers that visit Lake Atitlan.

San Pedro is located at the foot of San Pedro Volcano which provides a beautiful back drop for the village.  For the adventurous San Pedro Volcano provides a wonderful opportunity to hike and see one of the most spectacular sunrises that the lake has to offer.  For more information on Volcano tours visit Grow Your Own Cure Tours.

About The Village of San Juan Lake Atitlan

Beside San Juan La Laguna is the famous mountain formation called Indian Nose for its resemblance to a Mayan Indian. From the summit of Indian Nose you can view some of the most spectacular sunrises around the lake.

The hike to the summit of Indian Nose takes a few hours and the views offer travelers a different view of Lake Atitlan few ever see. For more information on tours to Indian Nose visit http://growyourowncure.org/lake-atitlan-indian-nose-tour-san-juan-village/.