Ticoffia Coffee Tour-Sustainable Farming

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Discover, Learn and support , Cafe de Guanacaste, the beautiful coffee community of small farmers called Hojancha, part of the uniques Blue Zone areas of the World, according to the National Geographic, located in the isolated Nicoya Peninsula. ̈Where the world's healthiest people Live¨. Let's learn, live and taste, the entire process of Costa Rican coffee from their real protagonist, The farmers, their family, the local co-op and the community.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Ticoffia Experiences

How to be prepared for the tour:

Wear comfortable shoes, comfortable and light clothes, bring plenty of hydration, hat, cash, camera and a good attitude. As we want to contribute with our environment we encourage you to bring as well ecofriendly sunscream and insect repellent.

The plan:

We leave at 7:30 am from Ticoffia Cafe in Playas del Coco as our base location. Those one who are outside Coco, will arrange special pick up as requested.

Our journey takes us to see some of the south of Guanacaste and its beautiful pampa, the land of the “sabanero” and its “Guipipiiia” Once we arrive at Nandayure de Nicoya we prepare to start ascending the mountains of the Guanacaste pampa, initiating a 4x4 experience.
• First stop, Las Tierras del diría Farm where we will learn more of the history, the farming, the harvest and the producer of the coffee. While we walk or hike aprox for 45 minutes through the coffee fields. Take your camera good chances  monkeys and birds will be following us as well.
• We keep going up, crossing authentic Guanacaste villages and at this point almost at 1,050 meters above sea level, one of the highest points of the Guanacaste pampa by now temperture have drop a few celcius. Beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and the Nicoya Gulf welcome you.
• Coopecerro Azul awaits us, a local cooperative and home to the small coffee producers of the area, founded in 1961. Here we will learn the importance of the local coffee milling process. And how it benefit the cooperative coffee farmers production.
• Try the coffee! This will be your opportunity to bring coffee home and support the community. A part of your purchase will be allocated local social projects and also to benefit the producers, their families and their community.
• The day cannot be over without lunch, you will enjoy traditional homemade dishes just prepared by the hands of a Costa Rican family. We hope it makes you feel at home! 
• For dessert, the best secret recipes to live a longer and happier life by our “Azul” greatgrandparents! Meet Lindo our Great great Abuelito over 95 y.o still handsome as before :)
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