- Coffee inextricably linked with Costa Rican culture and history
- Learn about production of coffee, sugar and chocolate in one tour
Coffee has been grown in the fields of Costa Rica for over two centuries, and remains one of the country’s most important assets, as well as an integral part of the Central American country’s identity. When you take this fascinating and involving tour of a working coffee farm you’ll learn how the plants are grown, about the lifestyles of the workers who harvest them, and discover the production process, finishing with a freshly brewed cup, quite possibly the finest coffee you will ever taste!
A must for coffee-aficionados and those interested in Costa Rican culture alike, you’ll visit the drying patio, the warehouse and the coffee roaster, and also have the chance to take a ride in an ox-drawn cart, a traditional mode of travel. Also grown on the farm are sugar and chocolate, a winning combination. If you love your morning coffee and would like to learn more about how it’s made, or want an unusual excursion during your Costa Rica holiday, snap this one up.