Joseph and Godfrey took my friend from Mexico and I on a visit to the Batwa tribe, which tourists rarely encounter. We were deeply touched by their plight and the challenges they face and also overwhelmed by their gift of friendship in singing and dancing for us.
Coffee Making Experience in Kisoro, Bwindi National Park
Enjoy Coffee Making Experience at a Famr
Support Agritourism at Bwindi National Park
Gorillas & Community Experiences
Compliment the amazing gorilla tracking experience at Bwindi National Park with a coffee making tour at a local farm in Kisoro district. Spend the whole day with small scale farmers near Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Through the coffee-making experience, you will learn how to dig, weed, and harvest organic coffee in a real farming environment. You will get involved and learn about the process from seedlings to the drink/cup. You will be able to take part in picking, pounding, roasting, grinding, and drinking coffee. The skills and knowledge needed by farmers will bring a new appreciation to your coffee drinking habits. Here you take nothing, but the coffee-making experience.
Explore the significance of gorilla tourism on the lives of the local communities of Bwindi National Park
Combine gorilla trekking in Uganda with the Coffee Making Experience at a local farm in Kisoro
Support agritourism and livelihood improvement through the Coffee Experience
Take 3-hours to experience the coffee tour and drive to Kigali, Rwanda
An opportunity to explore the Lake Mutanda area and the nearby communities
Get a complete perspective of the area and its history
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Adults (10-80): $38
Morning session or afternoon
- We offer pick-up from your guesthouse or lodge in Kisoro town
- Alternatively, you can meet us at our office: Bamboo Ecotours Kisoro Field Office: Kabale-Kisoro Road, 181 Kisoro, Uganda
Monday to Sunday, year-round
1 to 5 persons
- Admission fee
- Activity fee
- Food and drinks
What to Bring
- Comfortable hiking shoes
Age limit: all participants must be aged between 10 and 80 years old
What You’ll Do
The coffee-making experience tour in Kisoro s designed to complement the fantastic gorilla tracking experience at Bwindi National Park in Uganda. Spend part of the day with small scale farmers near Kisoro town to make coffee directly from the farm.
Through the coffee tour, you will learn how to dig, weed, and harvest organic coffee in a real farming environment. And support agritourism activities. You will get involved and learn about the process from seedlings to the drink/cup. You will be able to take part in picking, pounding, roasting, grinding, and drinking coffee. The skills and knowledge needed by farmers will bring a new appreciation to your coffee drinking habits. Here you take nothing but the coffee-making experience.
The half-day coffee-making experience takes place in a farming village, a few minutes from Kisoro town, close to Lake Mutanda. The experience lasts between 2-3hours. The time you spend doing the activity depends on your expectations.
See What Our Previous Guests Have Said...
The highlight for us was the interaction with the locals – with incredibly friendly and hospitable family at the coffee plantation and meeting the Batwas who were really enjoying the moments they could show us how they had lived not so long ago.