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Coffee Tour in Vietnam: Bean There, Done That

April 11, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , ,

Vietnam and coffee go together like mountains and waterfalls. This tour in the country’s Central Highlands offers both! Learn the secrets behind the tastes of Vietnam’s aromatic export.

Vietnam produces beautiful coffee. It is second only to rice in export value for the country. On this tour, Khiri Travel Vietnam is going to get your clients up close and personal to this most evocative and aromatic product in Vietnam’s Central Highlands.

On our way up the hills to tour this scenic coffee production region, we will stop to enjoy spectacular Dray Nur and Dray Sap waterfalls. We then stop to pay our respects to the ethnic people of Kotam, Don and Ako Dhong villages.

We will then travel to the area known as the coffee capital of Vietnam. We can inspect the coffee bean nursery, planting, grafting and harvesting process using wet and dry methods. Your clients will find out about different kinds of coffee and see how production techniques vary between Vietnam and other coffee producing countries such as Ethiopia, Japan and Turkey.

We will also take a guided walk around the coffee factory and museum. Your clients will be in coffee heaven to sample all the different blends. Of course they can purchase their preferred choice to take home.

Our Coffee Tour will keep your clients wide-eyed with interest. And sorry, after all the caffeine, there isn’t much chance of catching a few winks in the car on the way back to the hotel.

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