Bwindi Coffee to Cup Experience
Coffee to cup experience is a 3 hours’ coffee tour you shouldn’t miss on Uganda gorilla safari in Bwindi. This is the best addition to your thrilling gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Southwestern Uganda. It is a long-day experience involving you exploring the coffee making experience. On your coffee to cup experience, you get to know the process of coffee making from time of digging, planting, weeding, harvesting till it is ready for consumption.
On coffee to cup experience safari, you can engage in a number of activities especially hand-on experience. You can be part of the team that does picking, pounding, roasting, grinding and even have a taste of coffee. It is generally an amazing coffee-making experience worthy your visit. Coffee to cup experience at the local farm in Kisoro can be incorporated with gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda.
While on coffee to cup experience, you will also get understand how coffee has helped small farmers. In addition, you will get to know how it helps save mountain gorillas in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park/Mgahinga Gorilla National Park (the importance of gorilla tourism on the lives of adjacent local communities in Bwindi). At only US Dollars 20 to US Dollars 120 price range, you can be part of the memorable coffee tour experience with us. You also stand a chance to explore the scenic Lake Mutanda area and other closest communities.
About the coffee to cup experience
The coffee to cup experience in Bwindi was initiated to complement gorilla trekking adventure in Uganda. Go tour the different coffee farms adjacent Bwindi and discover the process of brewing coffee from bean to cup, have fresh taste of coffee or get your seeds and have them roasted by yourself. It is a 2-3 hours’ rewarding experience in a local farm in Kisoro just near Lake Mutanda.
Where to Enjoy a Coffee to Cup Experience
The Bwindi Forest Farm Coffee experience ($20 per person)
$20 – $120
Let us take you through the tale of coffee.
From planting a coffee tree to the black brew that get you up in the morning. A good cup of coffee starts with a good and well nurished coffee tree. But also several post harvesting processes of handling that will influence the quality of your cup of coffee.
Learn how coffee is produced at Bwindi Forest Farm. Prepare and roast your own bag of coffee from our berries.