"We were warned by other guides and tourist that the coffee tour is just an excuse to get us into their gift shop to buy coffee. But it must have been another tour since ours was amazing. We learned so much about coffee and the process it goes through. I don't even like coffee and I had the best cup of coffee from "the old sock" on this tour I have ever tasted. I was drinking coffee every morning after that. My boyfriend thought I was possessed, but it is very very good coffee."
"Logistics was good, tour was good and representation was spot on. Guillermo and Joyce did a fantiastic job of explaining the process and seeing the eco system in eork was thrilling!"
"We really enjoyed the experience - especially sharing a cup of coffee with one of the owners. The roaster was very passionate about his job and that translated to a very positive experience for us. We will never look at coffee the same way again. My boyfriend did not like coffee before this tour, but now drinks only Costa Rican coffee.Delicious."
"Pick up on time. The tour was informative and educational. The people who work on this coffe farm called LIFE seemed genuinely passionate about sustainability and quality of their coffee. I learned alot about coffe, but the kids found the tour a bit boring. There was no pressure to buy their product, but I'm glad I brought home some excellent coffee from the farm."
"I had a great time on this tour. I was able to learn quite abit about coffee my favorite bean..lol We got a lesson in coffee growing ,harvest, and selling all done on this farm and then a ride into the coffee roasting facility for coffee tasting and roasting. Everyone was very knowledgable and as usal were extremly nice and curtious. If you like coffee and and enjoy echo friendly farms this was a great time."
Located along the fertile slopes of the Poás Volcano, Doka Estate has been growing and roasting award-winning coffee for three generations. This tour allows visitors to gain an intimate understanding of how coffee is grown, harvested, processed and produced in both Costa Rica and around the world. Rated 6.3/10 by visitors
The history and development of Costa Rica has been tied to coffee plantations, and no trip to Costa Rica would be complete without the cultural experience of a coffee tour. Espiritu Santo’s 640 acre high-quality Arabica coffee plantation sits in the picturesque rolling mountains of Naranjo, conveniently located near the handcraft center of Sarchi. From San Jose, it lies in route to many northern destinations including Arenal, Monteverde, and Guanacaste. Rated 6.7/10 by visitors
Located in the fertile highlands of Costa Rica's central valley, Café Britt has been running plantation tours since 1991. This tour includes visits to both the coffee plantation and roastery, where you''ll watch workers and learn the art of professional coffee tasting. Rated 7.3/10 by visitors