Things to do in Llano Grande, Mexico

Our most recommended things to do in Llano Grande, Mexico

Huatulco: Coffee Farm and Waterfall Tour with Local Lunch

1. Huatulco: Coffee Farm and Waterfall Tour with Local Lunch

The tour begins with pickup from your hotel and heads out along the bay of Huatulco towards the town of Llano Grande, a community located in the mountains. As you enter the town admire the surrounding coffee plantation, and depending on the season you can also see the fruit that grows here too. With your guide, enjoy a tour of the plantation and learn about the process of farming coffee as well as a tasting session of organic coffee, chocolate, and mezcal. Continue the tour through the farm along a path on the banks of the river, stopping for photo opportunities along the way. Visit a number of stunning waterfalls throughout the walk to admire the crystal clear waters and surrounding natural pools. Arrive at the main waterfall of the walking tour and spend an hour and a half relaxing in the glistening waters. Enjoy a refreshing swim to cool off from the heat, or lounge around in the tropical environment. Once you’re feeling refreshed, head back to the farm where a delicious and traditional Mexican lunch is waiting for you. Against the backdrop of the coffee plantation, mingle with the local farmers as well as the other tour guests as you dine. A few of the traditional delicacies on offer include black mole, black beans, and pork carnitas, as well as authentic Mexican beverages.

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What people are saying about Llano Grande, Mexico

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

The guide Isai was great! Kept us on the very treacherous road without incident’. Kept his sense of humour! The falls were beautiful and the walk to reach them also beautiful! Meal delicious and lots of it. Only issue relates to the 1.5 hours at the end of the day when the narrative re: chocolate and making of the product, and the medicinal herbs was entirely in Spanish. Don’t advertise the tour in English when it isn’t!

Swimming in the waterfall pools in such hot, humid weather was glorious. Visit to coffee farm was not actually a visit but a presentation to sell their products. However, the included lunch there was plentiful and tasty. Drive to/from was too slow.

Make sure to take enough money as there is a great organic store with many wonderful products!