This tour is not conducted on an actual working coffee plantation but a tourist site with some coffee plants around the grounds. Having said that the tour was informative and fun (although a little corny at times) with the commentary in both Spanish and English. Depending on the mix of people on the day and who asks the most questions will determine which language is used the most. As with all good tours in places like this the tour ends in the gift shop where you can try the various coffee blends and chocolates. Both the coffee and chocolate are good so we didn't mind spending time in here. It is not necessary to do the tour to be able to do this, the gift shop and cafe are open to the public without charge.
We enjoyed it and with a lack of much else to do around San Jose we didn't think iy a waste of time.
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