Learn about the complete process of making coffee on a charming highland farm.
|PICK UP||At your hotel in Boquete|
|WHAT TO WEAR||
Comfortable athletic shoes, light leisure clothing and sunscreen. A hat and sunglasses are recommended.
The first coffee plants arrived Panama at the beginning of the 19th century and were brought to Boquete, where the microclimate turned out to be ideal for coffee. Its great height, the influences of the oceans, the rich volcanic soil and the shadow of the Baru Volcano all contributed to the full development of the aromatic potential of coffee.
In Boquete, we will tour one of the local farms where we will be able to admire a clean and modern environmental processing plant or an organic coffee farm. We will visit a coffee plantation and your guide will explain the whole process, from the picking of the coffee cherries by the Ngäbe-Bugle Indians to its journey to your cup while you walk through the coffee fields. We will learn about coffee plants and how its beans are harvested and processed. The tour ends with a taste of the product, and lastly a transfer back to your accommodation.