Live an exceptional experience, sharing unique and unforgettable moments with local families
The owner, Julia, will teach you everything about the organic and fair production of cocoa, coffee, tea and many other exotic fruits and plants
07:00 am: Hotel pick up
11:30 am: Welcome fresh juice at Julia's farm
01:00 pm: Lunch at Julia's farm (typical regional food)
02:30 pm - 05:30 pm: Activities on Julia's farm: Get to know the farming of exotics fruits, nuts, spices, coca, tea and coffee, sample them according to the season, prepare coffee the jungle way (peel, roast, and grind it)
05:30 pm: Sharing some moments with Julia's family, playing with kids or helping with the cooking, according to what you feel like and what pops up then!
07:00 pm: Dinner with Julia's family, ending in a typical jungle way of drinking coffee
09:00 pm: Overnight at Julia's farm in rooms with private bathroom and hot water
07:00 am: Breakfast at Julia's with her exceptional coffee
08:00 am: Activities on Julia's farm: <br />Discover the cacao tree and it's fruits <br />Learn about the harvest, the fermentation and drying process of the cacao beans <br />Roast and grind cacao beans <br />Prepare a hot chocolate with your freshly ground cacao
12:00 am: Lunch at Julia’s
01:30 pm: Transportation to you hotel in Cusco <br />Upon request, we can organize your hike/transportation to Macchu Picchu village, so that you save a trip back to Cusco.
Hotel pick up
1 night at Julia's farm
2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast
Visits, chocolate and coffee activities at Julia's farm
Transportation A private official guide (English/Spanish) VAT 18% taxes are included in the price
Starting everyday from Cusco
The tour lasts 2 days and includes 1 night in the farm
Available in English and Spanish
From USD 150 to USD 310 per person, depending on your group size. Upon request, we can organize a private service for you and/or a mix of hike and transportation straight from the farm to Macchu Picchu village.
The farm is located on the ground transportation way to Macchu Picchu. It's a 3 hectare farm, at an altitude of approx 1500m.