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Organic Coffee Farm near Ubud | Learn Traditional Coffee Growing Methods

Immerse in Traditional Bali Coffee Making
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5 hours
Booking type
Join-in trip
Free pick-up
Group size
Up to 6 guests
Explore an Organic Coffee Farm + learn traditional coffee growing methods
Venture into mixed-crop coffee gardens with local farmers and watch the organic coffee-making process unfold. Coffee almost runs in the veins of the people here and you will gain in-depth insight into the work involved in filling your coffee cup and behind-the-scenes issues of staying afloat in the coffee business. Put on your trekking shoes and explore Plaga’s jungle-like gardens, sprinkled with cinnamon, vanilla, clove and cocoa among many other plants. Find out which plants are used for what, and community strategies for conserving their local resources.What to expectEnjoy freshly brewed organic Pelaga coffee with local delicacies. Meet some of the village elders and have an opportunity to learn about daily life in Pelaga and the history of coffee growing in the area.Understand the coffee production cycle - from farm to cupAppreciate the lush tropical forest scenery while seeing how local coffee beans are cultivated and pickedAuthentic Balinese lunch incorporating some of Pelaga's local produce **Please note that start and end times might differ based on your pick-up and drop-off location in Bali. Approximate travel times with moderate trafficFrom Ubud - 1h20minFrom Canggu - 1h30minFrom Kuta - 1h50minFrom Seminyak - 1h45minFrom Uluwatu - 2h30min**Free of charge for kids under 5 years old, and please add notes in the booking form.
Experience highlights
Local guide with 20+ years experience
Visit local coffee farm + meet farmers
Learn traditional coffee techniques
Authentic farm, not on show for tourists
Support sustainable community tourism
Family-friendly (free for kids under 5)
Yummy local farm-to-table lunch
Return transport from your hotel
What You’ll be Doing
A full comprehensive tour of the Villagers of Kiadan Plaga with their specialty being coffee this will surely intrigue all caffeine lovers. The tour focuses on the entire process of coffee bean cultivation to harvesting and finally freshly brewed and poured into your cup
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What’s Included
Government tax & service charge
English speaking guide
Private full air-conditioned car with gasoline and experience driver
Coffee & local delicacies
1 (one) x lunch at the village (traditional cuisine)
1 (one) x bottle mineral water and can be refilled with clean drinking water at the village
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Next Available Dates
Prices shown in USD
Select Time for 22 Jun 2024
Additional Information
Where we'll meet
Start Point
Free pick-up from Your accommodation in Ubud(Ubud)
  • 1h 30 mins before selected timeslot
  • Notes: Maximum car capacity is 6 passengers and it has AC.
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End Point
  • End at Start Point(s)
Start & ends
08:30AM - 05:00PM
Suitability / Accessibility
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Vegetarian food available
  • Child Friendly (No Minimum Age)
Cancellation & other policies
  • Cancellation
    Cancel 3 days before activity for a full refund
  • Minimum Participants
    If there are fewer than 2 participants, the host may reschedule or refund your booking.
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S$ 91.62/person
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Meet your host
JED is a strong statement from four communities who want to decide for themselves the future of their people, their culture and their environment. Inviting visitors to their villages is a way not only to raise funds for cultural and conservation activities but also to raise community esteem for these assets. It is an opportunity for villagers to share their pride in Bali with visitors, and present Bali as they know and love it, to the world. The result is a unique chance for travelers to directly experience village life and see what Bali is all about
Experience: 22 years
Speaks: Fluent English, Bahasa
Acceptance rate: 56%
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