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Chocolates Kaokao Factory tour

Era Bis sur Entre 80 y 85 Ave 1, Cozumel 77600, Mexico
+52 987 869 4705
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Kaokao Factory Chocolate Tour
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The visit of our small family chocolate factory consists of 3 parts: 1/History of chocolate at mayan times: An overview of importance of the cacao seed for Mayan Civilization, Discover the tools used by mayans to make the sacred beverage: "chocolhaa" (hot cocoa). In Air conditionned small museum room . 2/Craft your own chocolate Live the experience of grinding cacao beans with an authentic chocolate mexican mill to craft your drinking chocolate mix to take back home.In a different room. The grinding activity does not allowed the air conditioning. 3/ Tasting All along the tour you will try the different flavors of the cacao during its process (cacao beans, cacao paste and all our finished products) . You still will have time to shop at our air conditioned gift store. During the visit, from the grounds, you can discover the chocolate process through windows : chocolate making room and wrapping room. Accessible for wheel chairs in all areas.
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Era Bis sur Entre 80 y 85 Ave 1, Cozumel 77600, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

This was one of the highlights of our trip, and something of a surprise. I really wanted to do this, but I was reluctant to make reservations due to an earlier excursion that I thought might conflict. Our cab driver convinced me that we didn't...More

Thank Dan C
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was a great time. We learned about the history of the area and how chocolate was an important part of the history. After that, we actually made chocolate starting with the beans. What a blast. Then we were able to take home what we...More

1  Thank Jeff G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have been to the island before, so this time I wanted to do something a little different. I booked this tour in advance with no problems. My family and I LOVED learning about this process. Miguel was our guide and he was AWESOME, we...More

Thank Merranda M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My friend and I visited this fantastic chocolate factory a few years ago and decided to go back for another visit. This time we also decided to take the tour to make our own chocolate cocoa to take home. The 1 hour making of our...More

Thank wendy345
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went on the tour/tasting ($20 UDS per person). The place is nice, off the beaten path, you really have to know where you are going or have someone to take you there. The door is locked and you have to ring a buzzer. We...More

Thank Shawna G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our private tour guide Taz from Cozumel Tours By Cab brought us here. There were no large crowds, and we were given personalized service. We were shown exactly how chocolate is made from the cacao bean to the finished product. The young lady hosting our...More

3  Thank TXGarfield
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A perfect way to learn about where chocolate comes from, how it is done and to make your own chocolate 😍, the owners are great People and staff incredible.

Thank Amy Q
Reviewed May 6, 2017

Nice introduction to chocolate making. We did not take the make your own offer but did enjoy the explaination of the process and the free samples. Got my candy purchases through customs without issue. Fun and I had an excellent Taxi tour provided by Viator

1  Thank Timothy M
Reviewed April 25, 2017

We had a large group, 11 total, and they accommodated us easily. We not only had a great lesson on Kaokao and the history, but we made our own, from the bean to the final result. So good, and the tasting was great as well....More

Thank Janice P
Reviewed April 25, 2017

LOVED this tour of getting to know about the Cacao bean. Hands on to make your own chocolate. Very informative. Guy was very friendly. We had Mayan hot chocolate - Delicious! All the staff was friendly. Clean place! Gift shop has a variety of items....More

Thank Fbroz
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Jayne G
Is it expensive to get to the tour from the port by taxi and how long does this take
May 29, 2017|
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Response from tlwinans | Reviewed this property |
We took a taxi from the dock. There were 4 of us and we paid the driver maybe $20 each way total. Took about 10 minutes by taxi
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Katie V
Is there a chocolate and wine tasting tour?
January 15, 2017|
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Response from lisasM4052WV | Reviewed this property |
On our trip, we didn't come across any wine tasting opportunities. Unfortunately, wine just doesn't seem to be the thing to do in Cozumel. Tequila reigns supreme.
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Nancy W
We have a family get together, about 15-20 of us, December 20th...could you accommodate all of us at once and some of us are small children, 6 years..very good kids and interested in everything..
November 22, 2016|
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Response from amclendon | Reviewed this property |
I think this tour is appropriate for a group however everyone may not be able to have the hands on participation as the work space is limited. One partner may just have to observe which would probably be better for the... More
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