Count yourself among the lucky who have gotten to experience this enriching and unforgetable tour.
The five-day tour begins in Bangalore with a welcome reception at the historic Bungalore Club (whose honored guests have included former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill) and a meeting with the Coffee Board of India. Participants then embark on visits to some of the most influential coffee sites in India, including the Chikmagalur region where the award-winning Kaapi Royale Sethuraman Estate farms are located.
Witness the methods of production which give Indian coffee a flavor all its own.
A new stop on this year’s tour is Coorg, a rapidly developing coffee growing region hailed as the “Scotland of India” for of its lush green landscapes. In addition to learning and experiencing coffee culture on another continent, tour participants will also get a chance to soak in the unique and beautiful culture of India during sight-seeing visits to historical sites such as Coorg’s Mysore Palace.
Experience the cultural wealth of India as your tour its historic sites.
This tour is an amazing opportunity for those interested in broadening their coffee horizons and learning about how culture and location affects the art of coffee making. Unfortunately, availability is limited to 9 attendees so please reserve your place as soon as possible. For the true coffee connoisseur, this could be a once in a lifetime experience.
Tour packages are priced at US$995 per individual traveler or US$1,500 per rooming pair and include hotels, meals and ground transportation originating in Bangalore.
Reservations for the available seats can be guaranteed with a US$250 nonrefundable deposit; all fees are due on or before December 1, 2010.
To make your reservations or if you have any questions please contact Andrew Hetzel in the USA at +1 (336) 443-0290 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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