If you need chocolate just to get through your day, here are some some tours that will satisfy all your cravings.
A Costa Rican Chocolate Plantation Tour takes you to the ChocoRart organic cacao farm and chocolate factory in Playa Chiquita.
You can learn how cacao is harvested and made into chocolate, and a tasting of their homemade hot chocolate is included.
In New York, the Union Square Chocolate, Wine & Culture Tour is an $80 walking tour that teaches you about the cultural and chocolate history of the Union Square area, and it takes you to five of the top chocolate and pastry artisans.
Or you can hop on a trolley and take Boston’s Original Chocolate Tour.
This three-hour tour costs $75, and takes you to visit the birthplace of the Boston cream pie, as well as the Langham Hotel’s Chocolate Bar.
Love chocolate? Check out an extensive article on the subject: The Sweetest Chocolate Tours: Good for the Body and Soul.
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