Coffee Tour & Tasting

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Tour Details

Discover what it takes to make a cup of coffee as you journey through the scenic views the coffee farm has to offer. Your tour guide will explain everything about the growing and processing of coffee.

He will take you on a short walk on the farm, the fermentation tanks, and the drying beds. Thereafter he will take you through the process of roasting of the coffee beans. Here, you will get to roast your own batch of coffee and take it as your souvenir.

Finally, you will have a cup of coffee and snacks at the rooftop with a view of the farm.


  • Kiambu, Nairobi

Price Includes

  • Cup of Coffee and Small Snack
  • Guided Tour
  • A batch of coffee beans or grounded to take home
  • Hands on Coffee Roasting Experience

Price Excludes

  • Transport to and fro the place
  • Any private expenses
  • Tips

Impact Created

  • Local EmploymentThe farm employs local people from the area, especially during coffee picking season 70 women are hired from the local communities. During your visit you’ll have the chance to meet the local people who work at the farm and ask about their experiences and work life. Coffee tours empower women by providing them with opportunities for leadership roles and income generation.
  • EducationLearn everything about coffee from an expert, Kenya coffee is one of the best worldwide! Coffee tours educate visitors about the coffee industry, from seed to cup. Understanding the complexities of coffee production fosters awareness of global supply chains and encourages conscious consumer choices.
  • Off the Beaten PathJust 20 minutes outside Naiorbi’s centre, this paradise of greenery and fresh air is where the coffee farm is found. Enjoy a few hours within peace and the coffee smell.
  • Economic ImpactCoffee is one of Kenya's most important agricultural exports, and a coffee tour contributes to the local economy. Visitors paying for tours and purchasing coffee products directly support coffee farmers, workers, and local businesses involved in the coffee value chain.

1st:Walk around the farm

Walk around the farm and learn about the different types of coffee beans and their growth process.

2nd:Tour the factory

Take a tour of the factory, learn how the coffee is sorted, dried and how it becomes a drink! See the machinery used and people behind the incredible coffee.

3rd:Roast your own coffee

Roast your own coffee – how do you like it, light, medium or dark?! Make it to your perfection!

4th:Enjoy a cup of coffee

Enjoy a cup of coffee with a snack as you look over the beautiful farm from the roof top.


Age Requirements

Guests ages 2 and up can attend, up to 10 guests total. Parents can also bring children under 2 years of age.

Are there any specific dress code or requirements for the tour?

The coffee farm tour usually involves walking through the plantation, so comfortable attire and closed-toe shoes are recommended. Depending on the season and weather, you might also need a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent.

Can I purchase coffee products at the farm?

Yes, of course you can purchase freshly roasted coffee beans or other coffee-related products directly from the farm. Buying coffee products on-site supports the local farmers and allows you to take home authentic Kenyan coffee.

How long will the tour last?

2-3 hours usually. This includes the coffee plantation walk, processing demonstrations, roasting and coffee tastings.

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Solo Traveller

I loooove coffee and it was so interesting to learn about the coffee bean, processing and then enjoy a cup at the end, day well spent!

September 5, 2023