We went on this tour as part of our G Adventures tour. So maybe it's a bit different for us compared to someone signing up for this tour on their own.
We started out with a lunch cooked by the ladies working there, the food was SO good. Simple but delicious home cooking.
We then toured the plantation, walking by banana trees, coffee plants, sugar cane, cacao plants, etc. We learned about coffee beans, the entire process, the types of beans, how migrant workers contribute and do the hard labour to get us the beans, types of roasting the beans, and so on. We also got to learn about how chocolate is made with the cacao plant/fruit and it was definitely interesting to learn about that because I LOVE chocolate. Our guide showed us and let us try some chocolate made in front of us through the different steps. They also had us create "candy" with some sugar cane we whipped quickly to become a soft solid. The two oxen there who are used to churn and used as part of the process for sugar cane, also pulled us in a short wagon ride.
There are some awesome views from here as well.More