TOLL FREE NUMBER 800-380-5378
TOLL FREE NUMBER 800-380-5378

2-Day Coffee Tour with optional Machu Picchu

Full Name*
Email Address*
Your Enquiry*
Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account


Why Book With Us?

  • Best tour service guarantee
  • Customer care available 24/7
  • Hand-picked Tours & Activities
  • Free travel customization

Get a Question?

Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.

+1 800-380-5378

Tour Details

This is an impressive trip in which you will get the experience of learning the process of harvesting, selecting and tasting the best coffee Peru produces. The coffee tour will take you to meet with local families following an exclusive route to the coffee valleys of Quillabamba, near the town of Santa Teresa, which is on the way to the legendary city of Machu Picchu.

Coffee arrived tp America with European immigrants in the 18th century, they introduced their cultivation in Central America and South America. By the middle of the 18th century, coffee in Peru was produced in the provinces of Chanchamayo, Moyobamba, Jaén, Huánuco and Cusco. The first coffee bar in the historic center of Lima was opened in 1771, on Santo Domingo Street by Don Francisco Serio.

Peru now ranks eighth worldwide in the production of coffee beans since 2006. According to the International Coffee Organization, Peru is among the ten coffee producing and exporting countries in the world. It also ranks second worldwide as a producer and exporter of organic coffee, and is the first US coffee supplier, covering 25% of the market niche. Thanks to the diversity of combinations of climates, soils, precipitation and sunlight, coffee beans of types such as Coffea Arabica, Red Bourbon, Typica, and magnificent Geisha stand out for their flavor, aroma and acidity.

Departure & Return Location


Departure Time

06:30 a.m

Price Includes

  • 1 breakfast, 2 lunches and 1 dinner
  • Private transport
  • Bilingual Tour Guide (English/Spanish)
  • 1 night Hostel in the village of Santa Teresa
  • Entrance fee to the hot springs of Cocalmayo

Price Excludes

  • Services not specified
  • Hostel Accomodation in Aguas Calientes and tour to Machu Picchu / Price per per person $264


  • Accommodation: based on hostel or equivalent. You can upgrade your accommodation to an additional cost.
What to Expect

Tour place: Santa Teresa district – Quillabamba province – Cusco department
Duration: 2 days / 1 nights
Available in Spanish and English
Difficulty: easy – intermediate
Height: 1,800 meters above sea level
Daily service with professional guides
Minimum participants: 2
Group discounts available



Pick up time: 06:30 a.m.
Duration: 6 hours approx
Type of service: private
Type of activity: adventure – cultural – ecological
Activity level: light – intermediate

06: 30am: Pick up from your hotel in the city of Cusco and travel by bus to the Sacred Valley.
08:00 am: we arrive at the town of ollantaytambo (2,800 masl) to make a brief stop of relaxation before starting our ascent to the mountain range of málaga (4,300 masl).

09:30 am: We arrive at the málaga pass (4,300 masl) to appreciate a beautiful landscape and the high Andean mountains

10:30 am: We will proceed to make our descent and we will make a brief stop at the main entrance to the high jungle to the point known as ‘El Mirador de Alfamayo’ and delight with the beautiful view.
After our rest we continue with the descent towards the jungle, the weather becomes warmer, and we begin to see our first coffee plantations along the way, fruit trees and also small jungle villages typical of the region.

12:00 pm: We arrive at the town of Santa María, there begins another stretch of adventure to take an alternate route that will lead us to the town of Santa Teresa (1 hour approximately) we appreciate during the tour more fruit, birds and beautiful landscapes.

13:00 pm: Arrival at the town of Santa Teresa.
check in at a hostel in the area.
Lunch at local restaurant in the area.

16:00 pm: We will visit the thermal medicinal waters of Cocalmayo considered to be the best in the region for its healing and relaxing properties.

19:00 pm: Dinner time in the town of Santa Teresa.


Pick up time: 06:30 a.m.
Duration: 5 hours
Type of service: private
Type of activity: adventure – cultural – ecological
Activity level: light – intermediate

06:30 am: Our experience begins to direct us to the coffee farms in the area.

07:00 am: Breakfast and cupping of the coffee varieties of this region by the people who grow the grains for their later selection. This is a magnificent and unique experience in its genre.

08:30 am: We will visit the farm and its surroundings. We will learn about the cultivation and processing of coffee and its importance when it is well prepared for the benefit of our body. We will also know more about the production of other types of plantations such as bananas, oranges, yuccas, pineapples, avocados and others. When we find ourselves in the middle of nature, surrounded by mountains, rivers, trees, wildlife and above all see the dedication of the experts in organic farming.

12:30 pm: Time to enjoy our lunch prepared by local friends.

14:00 pm: Our transport will take us to the hydroelectric town to start a 2 hour and 30 minute walk to the town of Aguas Calientes. This walk takes place along the entire stretch parallel to the railway line, the road is flat and easy.

18:00 pm: Arrival at the town of aguas calientes and check in.

Day 3MACHU PICCHU TOUR (optional)

The tour starts early 6:00 am to board the buses to Machu Picchu and then make the tour of this incredible Inca city. The guide will be an expert who provides all the information related to the construction of this archaeological monument for an approximate time of 2 hours. At the end of the tour, you will independently have a moment to explore the city.
After the visit to Machu Picchu, we will return to the town of aguas calientes to take the return train to Ollantaytambo. In the station of ollantaytambo our transport will be waiting for you to return you to your hotel in the city of Cusco.