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Learn sustainable farming through Caoba farm’s activities
– organic farmers markets
Saturdays can be very entertaining at Caoba’s. Many farmers attend the market by offering a wide variety of fresh food. They also invite an NGO, which gives information about its projects in Guatemala.
During the market, visitors can take part in many activities and enjoy the sound of live music.
– tour and learn about sustainability
Learning about organic farming and sustainable agriculture methods could be a life-changing experience.
At Caoba, a bilingual guide will show you around the farm. You will have the opportunity to taste berries, edible flowers, and meet the animals that populate the farm.
Volunteering at Caoba farms is a superb way to exchange three hours of your time in exchange for a bag of organic vegetables and a wealth of experience in sustainable organic farming.
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If you are willing to learn about organic farming you will also have the opportunity to visit a stunning place that lies amongst volcanos.
Visiting Caoba Farms could be a great opportunity to be charmed by one of the most beautiful and magical cities in all of the Americas: Antigua Guatemala.
This Spanish colonial city was founded in 1543 and declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.
This city has deep religious roots, history, coloured monuments, and cobbled streets. The climate is enchanting and the view of the three volcanoes of Agua, Acatenango, and Fuego is exceptional.
The city suffered several earthquakes however it still preserves its buildings from the 16th century in addition to its traditions and legends.
Antigua Guatemala is also rich in handicrafts such as traditional fabrics, ceramics, silver and gold products, waxworks, and metal products. Visitors will be delighted by the local gastronomy and typical sweets.
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