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Travel

Sweet Relief

Three ways to get involved with the cause for chocolate.
By Irene Rawlings

To’ak has teamed up with luxe tour operator Brown + Hudson on a bespoke trip to the rainforests of Ecuador to meet farmers who are saving heritage cacao trees. From $7,300/4 days; brownandhudson.com

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Master chocolatier Amelia Rope, the founder of London-based Amelia Rope Chocolate, takes travelers with Wild Frontiers deep into the central highlands of Columbia to visit cacao farmers and nosh with locals. From $6,048/14 days; wildfrontierstravel.com

A river cruise offered by TourRadar in the south of France, from Chalon-sur-Saône to Marseille, serves the local Châteauneuf-du-Pape between stays in historic monasteries and tastings at the eco-responsible Valrhona Chocolates, founded in 1922. From $8,250/13 days; tourradar.com

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