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Fairview Estate Coffee Farm Tour with Pick up

Fairview Estate Coffee Farm Tour with Pick up

By Gracepatt Ecotours Kenya
Discover and learn all about Kenyan coffee production with this farm-to-cup experience just outside of Nairobi. You'll tour a coffee estate, learn about every step from best farming practices, production process, and ultimately sample some freshly brewed Kenyan coffee yourself. We introduce the concept of coffee tourism to our visitors, who get to experience a coffee tour around the coffee farm, getting to learn about the Fairview Estate coffee brand and its production. A half-day tour to Fairview Coffee Estate is a guided coffee tour from Nairobi to a renowned coffee-producing region. Starting where the coffee is grown—on iron-rich, volcanic soils in the central highlands—is a fascinating window into what makes it distinctive. And since the tour includes a guided tour of the coffee plantation, you will get an inside look at each step of the coffee-making process, from farm fields to picking and roasting. Views of the central highlands from a plantation with lush grounds
per adult (price varies by group size)
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Ages 0-99, max of 15 per group
Duration: 3h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Live guide: English

  • Pick up and drop off within Nairobi
  • professional driver guide
  • Bottle Drinking water
  • Coffee & Snacks
  • Transport in a Private vehicle in a small group
What's not included
  • Entrance fees US$30 per person
  • Coffee purchase(Available for purchase at the farm)
  • Tips(Optional)
  • Entry/Admission - Fairview Coffee Estate

Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
    Pickup details
    • Airbnb and Private Apartments
    Hotel pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
      Airport pickup offered
      During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included airports.
      • Jomo Kenyatta Intl Airport, Nairobi Kenya
      • Wilson Airport, Nairobi Kenya
      End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

        • Not wheelchair accessible
        • Near public transportation
        • Infants must sit on laps
        If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 21143P153

        • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
        • Most travellers can participate
        • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers

        • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

        If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 21143P153

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          Fairview Coffee Estate Tour welcomes you to a unique coffee educational tourism experience that includes: Understanding how coffee is grown Learning about the production process Tasting at least a couple of Fairview’s renowned brands. The tours immerse you in the intricate details of the coffee-making process from the budding of the flowers to the final cup of freshly brewed coffee. The coffee tours are customized for you to get the most out of it. The Coffee Promotions Specialist takes a keen interest around the guest's experience and is there to ensure they have an educative, fun, and memorable experience.
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        • Gracepatt Ecotours Kenya
          Nairobi, Kenya
          Joined in March 2016
        • Fioreragazza
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Highly recommended great experience
          Experienced travelers myself and have done many Afrikarrizen. We therefore booked a private safari trip from Nairobi to the Nakuru nature parks, a boat trip on Lake Naivasha and a bike tour through Hells Gate. The driver Stephen Matuku offered us a great experience, thought along with us, was flexible where necessary and made good suggestions. Gracepatt offered us an excellent price-quality offer where we could choose our own accommodation locations. Highly recommended!
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        • 147keithp
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          Booked this trip and my driver was wonderful gotme there early and was worth a wait as it is a rush to get a good view. Bear that in mind. Wear good shoes. Well worth it as you get close to elephants and the baby rhino will steal your heart
          Written 21 July 2024
        • deiont948
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          Visited the Giraffe centre first. Became full of the head butt, make sure you have feed, ha ha ha. Pellets for feeding are given on entry. Make sure you go to the talk as informative and helps you understand the centre. Then off the elephants. 21 baby elephants ranging from 3 months to 3years and one baby rhino. The stories of how they became orphaned and the centre rescuing them as well as the history is worth listening to. Great work by the Sheldrick's, so much forward thinking. Make sure you buy a souvenir or donate on the way out, well worth it.
          Written 17 July 2024
        • gregoril81
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Book it without hesitation
          This was a great way to discover Nairobi and its people . Stephen our guide was very helpful and sharing a lot of information throughout the day . Morning revolves around the animals , starting with the giraffe center at the opening where we got to hand feed giraffes , followed by the elephant and rhino rescue center where we got to experience the dedication put by the guardians . We stopped for lunch at the Utamaduni craft centre with plenty of local craft products to bring back home . We then visited the Kobe Tough beads and leather factory which was heartwarming seeing how the local women community has built a structure to integrate and produce fabulous handmade products. The Bomas of Kenya was our last stop and I would strongly advise you visit on a school week day as the reactions of the pupils who even joined the dancers on stage was for me almost as good as the show . I would definitely recommend this activity particularly if you have a limited time in Nairobi and want to experience some authenticity.
          Written 14 July 2024
        • Victoria G
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          Great way to start your experience of Kenya
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        • vesth2024
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          Spectacular Safari
          Spectacular experience! Our guide, Benjamin, was outstanding and incredibly knowledgeable. We saw the “Big 5” and so much more! The accommodations were interesting and varied and we had enough food options to satisfy our group. We can’t thank you enough for memories that will last a lifetime.
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        • jacque2020
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          Best choice for half day excursion
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        • tutvey
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          Baby elephants and rhinos
          An interesting experience. It was super muddy due to all the rain Kenya was getting. The orphans were fun to watch being fed and the baby rhino was a show stealer. Highly recommend you put this on your Kenya safari list.
          Written 9 June 2024
        • Aurelie151193
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          4.0 of 5 bubbles
          Full day but not so great timing
          Nice way to see a lot of things in one day. It’s not a guided tour, so you just get dropped of at the different spots. But you get plenty of information from the staff at the different stops, so that’s ok. The only downside was the timing. We had only 30min to eat lunch, of which we had to wait 20min until it was made and had to eat REALLY quickly before leaving. And even so, we arrived late at the Bomas of Kenya, so we missed a part of the show.
          Written 5 June 2024
        • Pioneer299507
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Giraffe and Elephants Tour - great day
          Went on the Giraffe and Elephant tour. Stephen was our guide. He was brilliant. Lots of good knowledge and gave us some great tips to get the most out of the day
          Written 3 June 2024
        • 155samaha
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Excellent day trip with a scenic drive
          We took a 12 hour day trip from Nairobi that included both Nakuru and Naivasha lakes. Our guide Simon was excellent, flexible and friendly , very knowledgeable. The views of the rift valley from the look out point were stunning. At Nakuru we didn’t see flamingos as they had migrated further away because of The recent heavy rainfall with lack of shallow waters for them to stand in. We did, however, see a lion up close, in addition to many other wildlife, including zebras, impala, and many birds species. We took a break at the Noor Lodge, which has a beautiful view of the lake. Had some tea and omelettes. At Naivasha we took a boat ride with stunning views. It was an excellent trip that I highly recommend.
          Written 2 June 2024
        • N8034KNshannonk
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          A must do while in Kenya!
          Great trip! Our guide Stephen was fantastic . On time and squared away. We were picked up at our hotel, in the morning and arrived at the giraffe center right before opening. Stephen seemed to know everyone along the way, and was very knowledgeable of the animals and the history of the conservation efforts. We experienced a traffic jam upon entering the elephant orphanage , and Stephen’s knowledge of the park kept us moving and got us to the park in time to see the presentation . My wife and I had a wonderful time and were thankful to be in the care of this top notch group of folks. We’d give Stephen and this tour 6 stars if possible.
          Written 27 May 2024
        • BranBarnett
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Wonderful Solo Tour
          Titus was a fantastic guide! I was a solo traveler and never felt unsafe. The guide was very professional, a great driver, and had a good eye for spotting all the animals! To note: the typical lunch spot is solidly a tourist trap, so just be aware before you go into it. Don't buy any souvenirs from the shop. Ask not to go to the buffet spot next to a gift shop if possible.
          Written 20 May 2024
        • wigguno
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Great experience, expert guide
          This tour was really great, and well worth getting up early for. Our guide Steven got us there promptly to avoid all the crowds and queues. He even told us where to stand to get the best pictures. Highly recomended.
          Written 14 May 2024
        • traceybE1950UD
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          A definite must if you are in Nairobi!
          I was fetched by Stephen on the morning of the tour. He was warm and friendly. We fetched another guest and then headed to the Giraffe centre. We learned about the reason for its existence and information about the Rothschild giraffes. We were able to interact and feed the giraffes who wander across from the neighboring conservancy. Then we headed to the Elephant orphanage, where we were given an informative talk about the incredible work they do - rescuing, caring for and releasing the orphans. We watched a morning feed and were able to experience the babies, up close. The Bead factory was a wonderful opportunity to see what opportunity can give people who otherwise would have slim prospects of supporting themselves and their families. The work is of high quality and the shop had a great selection of belts, bags and beads. I had a truly memorable experience in Nairobi. I would highly recommend this tour. Stephen was a great guide and answered all our questions. He allowed us time to wander around after the visits to look at the incredible work that was available to buy. Just go!
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