Cedral, Costa Rica

Mountain Coffee and Nature Hike Adventure

3 Days | Getting to Know Locals, Community Visit and Coffee Farm

Travel to this peaceful mountain community that prides itself in its exotic and high-quality coffee and true Costa Rican hospitality. On this two night three day experience guests will visit the coffee plantation and learn all about the coffee making process, embark on a waterfall hike, and visit an indigenous cemetery.

Right for You?

Duration

3 Days / 2 Nights

Travel Style

Cultural Immersion and Foodie Fun

Languages

Spanish
Spanish – Very little English is spoken, there is a translator that can accompany you for an additional cost of $20

Physical Activity

Moderate activity

Location

Rural Communities

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: Limited

Cedral Community Cooperative

Locally Owned Community Cooperative
Starts at:

$142/person

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Speaks: Spanish

Highlights

  • Spend the night in a comfortable guesthouse in a traditional Costa Rican mountainside village
  • Enjoy meals with the family in their home
  • Visit a coffee plantation and processing plant
  • Hike 2 hours through the jungle to waterfalls and swimming holes
  • Visit an indigenous burial grounds

Details

Schedule

Flexible arrival time

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

Group

2 travelers minimum

What's Included

Lodging

2 Nights Guesthouse

Activities

Walking tours, Historical Sites, Hiking, Community Visit and Coffee Farm

Guide

Local guide (not bilingual)

Room

Private Bathroom and Private Room

Food

All meals included

Transport

Private car, Public bus and None

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Your Local Host

Cedral Community Cooperative

Locally Owned Community Cooperative

The Coopecedral cooperative is comprised of 36 members. Between guiding, cooking, and offering sleeping arrangements there is plenty for the families to work on with regards to tourism. Froilan Díaz Solano is the president of Coopecedral and is the point person with regards to receiving travelers to Cedral. Cedral offers coffee tours, a comfortable private guesthouse, hikes to waterfalls and indigenous burial grounds, meals with local families, and tours to surrounding villages.

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Getting There

Transport options

Drive (4WD required), Get picked up (extra $) and Taxi
The Cedral community is located about 30 minutes off of the highway. The road is paved most of the way but turns to gravel shortly before arriving. You can arrange to meet your hosts in the town center or plan a pick up time and location.