Take a tuk tuk or hire a private car to take you to San Juan if you are in neighboring San Pedro.
There are 2 tours--short version and long version. We did the long version which took about 2 hours.
The tour was all in Spanish but she spoke slowly. It would have been interesting even if I understood nothing. (I have very basic Spanish anyway, but others in my family translated more difficult words.)
It is an easy loop walk into the areas where the cooperative farmers grown coffee and other plants. There is also a weaving cooperative here so you could arrange a weaving class is you wanted to.
Tasted the differences in the coffees afterwards, including several roasting methods we don't get in the states.
We visited in June--Guatemalan winter--so there were no beans being processed. This was good in June, but would be even more visually stimulating in winter when the harvest is happening.
Afterwards walked to a local restaurant Alma de Colores which is run by special needs adults.
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