Coffee Farm Day Tour
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Coffee Farm Day Tour
Fairview Coffee Estate Day Tour
Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do during your visit to Kenya? Why not check out the Fairview Coffee Estate Day Tour. This unique tour takes you to a beautiful coffee plantation, where you can learn about the history of coffee production in Kenya. Importantly, see how the beans are roasted and have a rare moment to engage in coffee tasting. Not only is it a great way to learn about this vital part of the culture, but it’s also a lot of fun! So if you’re looking for an enjoyable day out, be sure to add the Fairview Coffee Estate Day Tour to your bucket list.
If you want more on this trip, the coffee plantation has a short hike that leads to a waterfall. The trail combines trekking through the coffee zones and Riara Waterfalls. The short walk ends at a scenic artificial dam. At this site, you can enjoy a picnic lunch. The presence of an abundance of Birdlife will grace your time here.
About Fairview Coffee Estate Day Tour
Fairview Coffee Estate lies in the heart of Kenya’s Central Highlands. Opposite Kiambu Institute of Science and Technology (KIST). Fairview coffee plantation is nearly 100 acres under cultivation. It lies at 1,750 meters above sea level. With plenty of rivers in the central region, the farm relies on streams from the highlands during the monsoon season.
Best time to Visit Fairview Coffee estate
The best time to visit the Fairview coffee estate is throughout the year. The coffee programs run from 10:00 am – 12 pm and 2 pm until 4 pm daily, so it’s best to be ahead of the curve when picking your perfect time! Importantly, securing a spot on these tours is a prerequisite to making a prior booking.
Where You Will Visit
This safari explores the following regions in Kenya
Tour package includes:
- Round transport from Residence/ Hotel.
- Two hours education Coffee tour.
- Drinking water in the vehicle during the trip.
Tour package excludes:
- Travel / medical / cancellation / emergency insurance.
- Evacuation / emergency cover.
- Tips and gratuities for guide and attendants.
- Change of safari itinerary.
- International flights and visa fees.
- Items of personal nature, e.g., telephone calls, souvenirs, etc.