Tour Rural de Café/ Coffee Tour

San Pedro Las Huertas, Guatemala

From USD 30.00

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Free cancellation
Up to 24 hours in advance.
  • 2 to 3 hours (approx.)
  • Mobile ticket
  • Offered in: English


Coffee is one of the world’s most beloved beverages, but most people don’t know just how much goes into making our daily cup of joe. Located just a short drive from the popular tourist town of Antigua, this tour gives you the chance to see all the steps in action—from growing to harvesting, roasting, and, of course, tasting. It’s also a great way to learn about rural life in Guatemala and support local.
  • Enjoy an authentic cultural coffee experience just outside Antigua
  • Meet a local coffee farmer and learn about artisanal coffee production
  • Discover the entire process from seed to cup and taste high-end coffee
  • Support small farmers and the local community

What's Included

  • Historia del pueblo y recorrido en el parque de la comunidad.
  • Lunch
  • Private transportation

Meeting And Pickup

Meeting point

  • San Pedro Las Huertas
    San Pedro Las Huertas, Guatemala

    Frente a la iglesia católica

End point

This activity ends back at the meeting point.

What To Expect

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travellers

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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Traveller Tips

The cost of the tour goes to the local farmers and families, which is awesome.
21 reviews
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Filiberto number one!
Elisa_P, Mar 2023
What an experience! Thanks to Filiberto and the guide Axel. We were the only ones to take the tour. It is different from the others that you can find online because you have the chance to support a small farmer that really needs help to thrive. You can see how local people live and work. Filiberto and his family were lovely, I hope that more and more people will go and support their work. It will be one of the best experiences in Guatemala!
Every coffee lovers dream!
AstaLinn_G, Feb 2023
Incredibly interesting history and production, both our guide and the expert joining us did an amazing job with explaining everything and letting us try and taste anything we wanted to. Very immersive experience!
Response from Host, Feb 2023
We believe that community tourism connect people in a personal way. Thank you for your words.
Bean to Cup
ldanter, Jan 2023
Hands on experience of roasting, grinding and making our own coffee was the highlight of this tour. Filiberto was a kind, welcoming man who was happy to share his knowledge of growing and preparing coffee for the market.
Response from Host, Feb 2023
We appreciate you have enjoyed this tour and we hope you come back to Guatemala. Thanks for choosing us.
Fantastic experience!
Emerald_A, Jan 2023
This was a memorable tour and I'm so glad that I did it! I am not ordinarily a coffee drinker, but I like to participate in these experiences if it's a significant part of the culture. The tour itself is around 3 hours and starts with the harvesting process, then grinding, roasting and finally drinking! From start to finish, everything was wonderful. You receive a complimentary bag of coffee beans and you also have the opportunity to purchase more at 60Q/bag. Highly recommended!
Response from Host, Jan 2023
Thanks again for help us to support small coffee farmers. Tourists like you are an important part of the economic growth in our communities.
Best way to learn about coffee in Antigua!
Krzysztof_D, Nov 2022
The knowledge and history of Don Filiberto, as well as Axel's expertise and friendliness, make this coffee tour one of the most memorable attractions of our road trip through Mexico and Guatemala. And the coffee is delicious! Thank you for the tour!
Response from Host, Nov 2022
Thank you so much for your words, we hope see you again soon. Guatemala has a lot to offer.
Don’t miss it if you love coffee
Boda_T, June 2022
If you love coffee, don’t miss this tour, it took around 2 hours, Delmy my guide was one of the nicest guides I have ever met and we had a lot of discussions and I asked a lot of questions not only about the coffee but Guatemala in general and she was always happy to explain. This specific tour is a good one supporting smaller farmers who don’t have good conditions to plant and sell their coffee but at the same time it is a lot of fun and information about Guatemalan coffee which is the best and smoothest I have tried so far
Response from Host, June 2022
One of our goals is our experiences change the way you see Guatemala from outside. Thank you for gave us the opportunity to show you a little piece of our culture and mainly our people.
Cafe tour fantastico!
Jill_S, Apr 2022
We enjoyed this unique tour very much. Farmer Filiberto described the various parts of the coffee bean, described the life cycle of a coffee tree and how he grows his plants from seed. He described how the various roasting times influenced the different coffee products. We then watched while his wife toasted, hand ground and brewed some of his coffee beans for us to enjoy.
Response from Host, Apr 2022
Thank you for your comment and for give us the opportunity to help our communities through community tourism. We also are glad to know you enjoyed the activity and we hope see you again in Guatemala.
We would recommend to couples or small groups any time of the year.
Richard_R, Dec 2021
We had a wonderful and informative tour. We were picked up at our hotel and taken directly to the center of town to start the tour. A little bit of a hike, so wear comfortable shoes. We learned a ton about the local community as well as how the coffee is grown and processed. We loved that we were able to support a local grower and the personal attention.
Response from Host, Dec 2021
Thank you. We are so glad that you allow us to help this community and we hope you would come back some day to have another experience in Guatemala.
Excellent tour!
Bruce_B, Nov 2021
Get your hiking shoes in for a trip up the hill on a very informative coffee tour. After the fields we were delighted by a home visit to roast and grind the beans giving us a lovely cup of coffee! Our host, Marta is one of only a few women growing coffee in the area. We highly recommend the tour company who work with small communities giving back from these trips.
Response from Host, Nov 2021
Thank you, for us at B1 Experience, the meaning of tourism is the exchange of life experiences, thank you for helping our communities.
Say Yes!!
Hector_C, June 2021
What an amazing, authentic experience. I really enjoyed this tour. My wife an I really had a great time
Response from Host, June 2021
Thanks, It is a pleasure for us to support small communities and producers with decent work and a fair salary.
Mandy_B, May 2021
Axel and Marta were really great! Knowledgeable, no rush, very kind and friendly. The cost of the tour goes to the local farmers and families, which is awesome. Definitely buy a bag of Marta's family farm coffee. ❤️
Response from Host, June 2021
Thanks, It is a pleasure for us to support small communities and producers with decent work and a fair salary.
Informative, nicht kommerzialisierte Tour
Niklas_K, Mar 2023
Wow was für eine schöne Tour. Filiberto ist so ein netter, vor Lebensfreude und Informationen sprudelnder Mann. Die Tour fühlt sich überhaupt nicht kommerzialisiert an was sie so besonders macht. Man wird am Ende noch in sein Haus eingeladen was es noch besonderer macht und der Kaffee ist sehr smooth, leichte Aromen von Avocado und Schokolade, Kirsche. Unbedingt machen und den Kaffee kaufen um lokale Farmer zu unterstützen.