Introduced to Vietnam during the French colonial period, coffee plants have been developed strongly in the Central Highlands, making Vietnam one of the world's largest coffee exporters. Spend a day learning about coffees and enjoying one of the most special drinks on the planet…
8:00 AM: Tour guide and driver will picks up guests and depart to some places of coffee farms, plantations, factories…
You will be introduced information about Buon Ma Thuot coffee industry as history of coffee trees in the Central Highlands and Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot brand-named and geographical indication (GI), the best Robusta coffee exporter, coffee culture and value…Your visit including:
Kien Cuong Civet Coffee:
Learn how to raise and care the civets. Coffee gardens where civets eat beans in season.
Learn how civets to produce civet coffee considered “a distinctive taste and flavor coffee”.
Taste cup of civet coffee (at your own account).
Trung Nguyen Coffee village:
Distinguish the differences among some kinds of coffee trees as Arabica, Robusta, and Cherry…
Drink and sip coffees at coffee house.
Shopping at coffee store.
G20 Coffee factory
Learn the procedures of coffee bean buying from farmers (wet/dry coffee processing)
See how to roast, and grind coffee,
Be as workers to pack instant coffee for exporting,
Taste pure coffee and cocoa,
Buy some coffees as your gifts.
Have a break for lunch at local restaurant
In the afternoon:
Visit the nursery farms
How to select the beans for nursery and transplant.
How to care new trees by the farmers.
Visit the coffee plantations in Thang Loi farms
Learn how to plant the coffee trees, especially the Robusta in Thang Loi coffee farms such as caring, watering, branch and grass cutting, harvesting, and wet/dry processing, selling and buying…
Inter-plantings in the coffee farms as avocado, pepper, durian, jack trees…
Harvest coffee beans with the local (in seasonal from October to December)
Shopping at some coffee handicraft stores…
At the end of the day, transfer back to city center.