Caoba Farms

Caoba Farms was founded in 2004 by Alex Kronick. At the time the farm was purchased, it was a total of three acres and used to grow coffee and roses. Now, Caoba Farm consists of two fully operational farms which total forty-five acres and produces over one-hundred organic crops commercially, which supplies many of the top hotels and restaurants in Antigua and Guatemala City with fresh, organic produce.

Guest Reviews:

“A must visit restaurant when visiting Antigua. The food is amazing and offered big portions. Service was great. The ambiance and vibes of the restaurant are beautiful and unmatched. You can also walk around and see the farm, animals, plants etc.” -Kiely Perrus

Caoba Farms plantations workers on the fields
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Tues-Sun 8am – 5pm
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Caoba Farm prioritizes sustainability through rainwater collection, self-sustaining food forests, and animal manure use. Animals like rabbits and goats contribute to this balance. Activities include volunteering, yoga, and tours, rewarding participants with organic vegetables. Expert-led tours explore plants, livestock, and farming techniques. Saturdays feature vibrant farmers markets. Cacoba Café serves delightful meals Tue-Sun, while the shop sells local organic products.

Please note that many of the entrance fees for landmarks, parks, and museums are subsidized by the government for Guatemalan citizens. You may notice a price difference for foreigners.