Experience Guatemala's rich cultural heritage from a unique perspective in February when a four-day Antigua culinary tour blends Southern-style United States cuisine with Maya flavors. The Cultiva Tours itinerary includes sightseeing in Antigua, as well as cooking classes, a rum tasting and several multicourse meals, including a lunch prepared by four Atlanta chefs at a 400-year-old, family-owned coffee farm, Finca el Pintado.
Dates: Feb. 2-6.
Price: The Atlanta-Antiqua Culinary Tour is $2,000 per person, double occupancy (single supplement $400). Included are airport transfers, accommodations at El Convento Boutique Hotel in Antigua, Guatemala; meals, sightseeing and activities and guide. International air fare is not included.
Info: Cultiva Tours, (404) 538-8939
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