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Rápidos Chesibik 

Gift of God, Cradle of the Queen of Species

Vanilla is a climbing orchid that is native to the tropical forests of Mesoamerica, which includes Southeast Mexico and Central America.

Vanilla was already highly appreciated in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. 

The Spaniards knew the fruit that the Mesoamerican Indians used and they name it Vanilla or small pod, due to its similarity with the fruits of the legumes that they called pods; and it was at that same time that they sent it to Spain and from there it spread to other parts of the world.

At Chesibik farm we grow several species of vanilla, including Vanilla planifolia, Vanilla tahitiensi, Vanilla Pompona and Vanilla cribbiana, among others.  

We sell Vanilla planifolia cuttings. 

Our products

Vanilla beans

Vanilla Planifolia Cuttings

Vanilla beans


Chesibik in the news


Successful vanilla harvest in 2009

An increase of 30 quintals was achieved in this year's production by the community members of the Association of Vanilla Producers of Guatemala (Vaidegua), which for five years have been planting this non-traditional plant in the country, especially in the north of Alta Verapaz.
The first to sell their harvest were 11 producers from the Canaán community, El Triunfo. Vaidegua executives are astonished because each plant was projected to produce half a pound, but they managed up to three each.

The scent of Che'sib'ik

June 25, 2006

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Vanilla, mystical and ancient plant

July 4, 2004
Free Press

Vanilla is a mystical and ancient orchid for the keqchíes, who came to call it the cradle of the queen of species. It is known as a wild plant used by the ancient Mayans and Aztecs in their religious ceromanias as a tribute to Mother Nature.

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Location:North of Cobán AV

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