Coffee farmers face many challenges including climate change, Leaf Rust disease, and volatile prices of coffee traded as a commodity in the world markets, among others. Many farmers look for creative solutions to overcome these challenges, by improving the quality of their beans, growing specialty coffee varieties, exploring direct trade channels, and adding alternative income sources to their farm operation. One of the income source alternatives is agri-tourism, an activity that can provide a win-win scenario for the farmer and the visitors.
Visit a coffee farm and experience first hand the process of growing, harvesting, and processing quality coffee.
The Visit Honduras Coffee Initiative is a platform created and managed by Honduras Turismo y Marketing S.A., to design and promote coffee farm trips. We work with coffee farmers, specialty coffee shops, and local tour guides to offer amazing experiences that include:
For our coffee farm experiences we work with producers across different coffee growing regions of Honduras. Currently we feature farm visits in La Paz (Marcala), Lempira (San Marcos de Caiquin), Copan (Santa Rosa de Copan, Veracruz, San Jeronimo & Copan Ruinas). We are constantly adding new farms to the directory.
The coffee farms that we visit are managed by individuals and families that share our commitment to sustainable tourism practices.
This site was created and is managed by Honduras Turismo y Marketing S.A. (HT&M), a private company established in Honduras. Member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) and the Copan Ruinas Chamber of Tourism.
HT&M specializes in tourism destination planning, product development, and marketing. HT&M provides marketing support to local entrepreneurs, micro and small businesses, and organized community groups that are committed to sustainable tourism practices.
The environment and the well-being of the people in the communities that we visit is very important to us. We strive to be a force of positive change in Honduras creating opportunities for local entrepreneurs. You can view and download our Policy on Sustainable and Responsible practices here: