From plantation to your cup! Coffee in the  mountains of Panama.

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$45.00 per person

Price includes farm entry fee of $10.00 per person

(minimum 2 people)

Finca Maria & Chong 

9am - 12pm including Lunch, natural juice and coffee tasting

This proudly organic farm of Mrs. Maria-Jose and her husband Mr. Chong is is located only 5 minutes driving and a short 10 minute walk from Santa Fe Town centre. Situated on approximately 3 Has, this farm has been in the family for decades and its homeowners have opened their doors for us to experience traditional farming processes in the Central American Highlands. Here Maria-Jose will show you her award winning orchid flower collection and Mr Chong will demonstrate the traditional methods of grinding and toasting coffee beans. 

Horseback riding & Maria & Chong Coffee Farm package deal


This is a great combo tour as you get to experience Santa Fe on horseback, riding right up to the farm entrance. Here we hitch our horses and have the opportunity to stretch our legs and enjoy an interesting, informative organic coffee farm tour before getting back on and continuing our ride through the mountains. 

$55.00 per person

(minimum 2 people)

Marianne Rue Coffee Plantation & Waterfall Visit

9am - 1pm Including transport, free gift coffee bag and coffee tasting!

This beautifully located Coffee Plantation is on a private farm boasting some of the best mountain views in Santa Fe.  The coffee is grown at between  2,400 ft - 4,000 ft making is some of the highest altitude coffee in the region. This unique tour demonstrates the processes from seedling, plant, processing, drying and serving a single origin cup of coffee. Family owned and managed you will have the chance to see whats involved in operating a successful farm in an off-the-grid location! Located in El Alto, we drive about 30 minutes to the other side of Santa Fe's valley thus providing a great overview of the region as a whole, the climatic differences and rural nature of the smaller satellite communities. 


What should I bring on tour? 

  • Water bottle, rain jacket, hat, sunblock, insect repellant 

What should I wear to walk around the farms? 

  • Good walking shoes, long pants

Additional Info

  • At both these farms you will also have the opportunity to purchase coffee, homemade jams etc. If anything catches your eye be sure to have cash on hand in smaller denominations.