Final Call – Belize Cacao Farm Adventure!
We are inside the final 3 weeks and counting down to our 6th group cacao farm tour. This is our final group tour of 2018 and you do not want to miss it!
Come and spend 4 amazing, fun-filled days in the Tropics as we take you on a real estate discovery trip like no other.
Scheduled for September 21st to the 24th
Get away from it all and come to beautiful Belize.
Visit ancient Maya ruins, swim in turquoise clear waters, laze on white sandy beaches and spend some time with us. 🙂
We will escort you from Belize City to our farms and facilities in Punta Gorda, Southern Belize where you will learn all about the world’s favorite food..chocolate!
I’m sure you know what chocolate tastes like, but do you know where it comes from?
Left photo: Raw, wet cacao beans fresh from the pod. Right photo: Fermented and dried cacao beans on our drying deck.
We will take you on a journey from the nursery, to the farm and from bean to bar!
You will get first hand demonstrations of how cacao is planted, grown, harvested, processed and eventually molded into what you and I know as chocolate.
And you won’t just be watching us do it! You will get your hands dirty along the way.
Most importantly…you will learn What’s in it for you!
How can you participate in a $100 Billion-dollar industry from the comfort of your own home? For $25,000!
It´s all here at the push of a button.
During the tour you will meet our team of local experts and they will explain the real Social Impact that the Belize Cacao Consortium (BCC) and our parcel Owners are making in this country and more specifically, in the cacao community.
With 204 farmers now signed up and certified organic under our banner and all selling their cacao to us, we have provided a much needed channel to market and at a fair price. Fair Trade was a nice idea..but it usually pays below the cost of production.
We don’t think that is very fair.
Come and see how our Socially Sustainable bean buying program provides not just a channel to market but training, bags, transportation and FREE seedlings so the subsistence farmers can expand their farms and feed their families.
By the end of this month we will have donated 30,000 Free cacao saplings to the farmers in our program, just in 2018.
Left photo: One of our local cacao farmers picking up his free cacao saplings from our nursery. Right Photo: BCT delivering free cacao saplings to a local village.
Seeing is believing and you need to visit Belize and see first-hand how the native Maya cacao farmers live. How hard they work and how little they used to get paid, to see why we need to continue doing what we are doing.
It will change the way you think about chocolate forever.
Click the link to learn all about what is in store and reserve the LAST of the remaining seats.
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