Coffee & Chocolate Tour from San Jose, Costa Rica.
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Costa Rica Coffee and Chocolate Tour

  • costa rica coffee and chocolate tour
  • coffee tour from san jose
  • san jose chocolate tour
  • costa rica coffee plantation
  • cocoa fruit before processed
  • costa rican coffee process
  • chocolate tour in costa rica
  • coffee tour in a private coffee farm
  • interesting & educational chocolate tour
  • cocoa fruit tree
  • cultivation harvesting and roasting of coffee
  • learn about the chocolate process
  • cultural tour from san jose
  • cultivation of coffee in costa rica
  • cocoa seeds before processing
  • chocolate degustation during the tour
Starting at
$90
Cost per person
Departure place
San Jose Area Hotels
Departure time
7:30 a.m. approx.
Tour Duration
6 hours approx.
Tour difficulty
Easy

Highlights

  • Learn about 2 products of Costa Rica in one day
  • Beautiful views of plantations
  • Coffee tour in a private coffee farm
  • Interesting & educational chocolate tour
  • Coffee & chocolate degustation
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Bilingual guides
  • Coffee tour entrance fee
  • Chocolate tour entrance fee

Tour Description

Our Costa Rica Coffee and Chocolate Tour is a great opportunity for you to learn about 2 important products of Costa Rica, and at the same time, be able to see many small-non touristic local towns on the way to the attractions. Once we pick you up from your hotel, we’ll take you to our coffee plantation located on the foothills of the Poas Volcano, where you will learn about the careful process involved in the cultivation, harvesting and roasting of coffee; and of course you will have the chance at the end of the tour to taste some of the best coffee in the world! After your coffee experience we’ll take you to do the interesting chocolate tour, where you will learn about the history of cocoa and the uses our natives gave to it hundreds of years before the Europeans colonized the Americas, as well as the evolution of the product until today. You would also see demonstrations on how our natives processed the cocoa and be able to taste it the way they did it; as well as tasting the delicious Costa Rican chocolate the way we know it today.

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