As everyone is aware, Costa Rica is very well known for its coffee production, so while there I made a visit to the Doka Coffee Estate as part of a combo tour that also took me to see the Poas Volcano and La Paz Waterfall Gardens (if you’re interested, don’t forget to check out my posts on those two stops). Of the three, Doka was definitely my least favorite as it was the least interactive, but it was still fun to learn about the coffee production that takes place there and how coffee is cultivated and roasted to give the different flavors that coffee lovers enjoy (I don’t actually drink coffee, so perhaps that’s another reason why this was my least favorite of the three stops).
We spent the perfect amount of time at the estate as part of the combo tour and the traditional breakfast that they served us upon our arrival was quite tasty. Check out the video below to get a taste for what you’ll see if you visit:
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If not a coffee drinker, perhaps you enjoy tea and can visit a place that grows tea plants or does actual production of the plants… Although, no idea if this would be in Latin America!