Things to acknowledge about this tour:
1. The main objective of this tour is to educate and inform the local and international population about the entire processing procedure of coffee
2. Even in the sunny season it may be rainy.
3. There are stairs involved to see the processing areas.
For this tour, you will be transferred to Doka Estate, where an experienced guide will take you on a tour across the whole property, showing you the different processing stages of gourmet coffee and providing all kinds of interesting information.
You will visit the sectors where the cultivation, the harvesting, the processing, and the roasting of the bean take place. The tour ends with a visit at the Estate’s souvenir shop. .
- Entrance fee
- Bilingual guide
- Welcome cocktail
- Butterfly farm tour
- Coffee and chocolate tasting
- Access to all attractions.
- Walking shoes
- Light jacket
- Insect repellent
Is there a lot of walking involved?
There is some walking involved. The process of coffee is done by water ans uses gravity, therefore in the processing plant there are stairs.
What if it rains?
You should bring a rain poncho just in case. There are areas where there is no covering (The plantation, for instance).
I am not a coffee drinker... Should I take this tour?
The tour is very interesting and you do not have to taste the coffee in order to take the tour.
How much coffee can I take back home?
Up to twenty kilos per person
Can I pay in the shop with credit card?
Yes! All major credit cards are accepted.
No health restrictions