Panama: Oreba Chocolate Tour
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Watch Indigenous Artisans Turn Raw Cacao Into Organic Dark Chocolate And Tour Through The Jungle, Cacao Farm, Villages.
5726 Winding Woods Tr., Dallas, TX 75227
Ever wonder how organic chocolate is made? This tour takes you through the jungle and farms of the indigenous Ngabe people, who have been making cacao into chocolate for centuries.
This 3 hour tour walks you through the jungle and the process of turning raw cacao into chocolate. All the cacao is shade grown in the jungle, so during your tour, you may even get to see sloths, poison dart frogs, and toucans. And no matter what you see, you’ll get to sample some delicious organic dark chocolate, made right in front of you by local artisan women!
The tour is led by a local man who learned English working at the famous Bocas banana plantations.Rather than pick coffee or bananas for a low wage, he and the other members of the Cooperative that runs the tour are able to focus on organic cacao farming and sharing their culture with visitors like you.
There are two departures daily: one at 9:30am and the second at 1:00pm.