Pepián is one of the most important typical dishes of Guatemalan culture. Elaborated in principle by the Kaqchiquel it later gained popularity during pre-Hispanic times. Due to its unique flavor and Guatemalan’s love and passion for Mayan gastronomy, it is served throughout the country and has become a staple of religious ceremonies. Pepián is a dish that can be prepared with different meats such as: beef, pork, turkey and chicken, providing an exquisite traditional flavor and smell. Join this experience to learn more about the culture, traditions and customs of the Chapina culture.