Coffee Origin Experience: Honduras

Come and meet the farmer that grew your coffee.


Because the story of coffee begins with the people behind it.

Visiting Honduras

Quick Look:

Learn about coffee from seed to cup, meeting the farmer(s) that grow your coffee, on an educational adventure to the coffee highlands of central Honduras.

Duration + Location:

3 nights/4 days at D&D Brewery, Lodge and Restaurant (one of the Top-10 Small Hotels/B&Bs in Honduras according to TripAdvisor)

Cost:

$699 for 2 people (this is the total cost for 2 people!)



Most Recent Testimonial:

"The trip was absolutely amazing! I can’t thank you enough for the opportunity to be able to go down there. It is stunning! And the coffee farm tour was very educational and interesting."

Don't just drink Honduran coffee:
experience it for yourself!

What are you waiting for?


Additional Important Information

Frequently Asked Questions:

At sea level, Honduras is hot, but where you'll actually be staying is approximately 2,300 feet in elevation (up in the coffee highlands of Honduras.) You'll find that during the day it can be warm, but at night you'll find the temperature to be very comfortable—so much so that you'll likely use a blanket to sleep with. Just in case, though, all cabins have ceiling fans.

Of course! The lodge has free high-speed WiFi.

During your trip, you'll have the option to choose Honduran food or meals you're familiar with, like omelettes for breakfast or hamburgers for dinner. However, we'll always strongly recommend you try delicious Honduran plates and we're more than happy to make recommendations. And don't worry—we are more than happy to accommodate to your dietary needs (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, etc.)

Please feel free to book any time you would like! We can pick you up and drop you off at your convenience, both at the airport and at the bus terminal in San Pedro Sula.

A well-trained driver and an English-speaking guide will be there to meet you at the airport or bus station!

At all times, you will be in an air-conditioned vehicle. Most likely it will be in our private vehicle, but in certain circumstances we might also travel in local taxis that we work with/hire.

Absolutely. You're able to call back to the US for free during the week to check in with loved ones, let them know you arrived, let them know how much fun you're having, etc. This is included in your trip price!

The lodge is equipped with its own reverse-osmosis water purification system. We do suggest bringing a re-usable water bottle from home to refill throughout the week.

If you're traveling from the US, no, you do not need to bring a travel adapter to Honduras. Outlets and voltage are the same as in the United States.

This depends on where you're from. Honduras does not observe daylight savings time, so during the summer months Honduras is in the same time zone as US Mountain Time. During the winter months, after the change in daylight savings time in the US, Honduras is in the same time zone as US Central Time.

Culturally, most Honduran men and women in the countryside wear long pants and rarely wear shorts. Nevertheless, Hondurans are quite used to seeing foreigners in shorts and tank tops. Remember that the climate at 2,300 ft. in elevation in Honduras is the same nearly every day of the year: warm during the day, and pleasant at night.

Definitely not. In fact, 85-90% of our coffee tour partipants don't speak any Spanish at all. During the week, our team will help you in translating should you wish to communicate any of the wonderful people you will meet. Most people find that a few simple words such as "Hola" and a big smile do just fine!

Absolutely. Your airline will not allow you to depart without a valid passport. It is also required that your passport have at least 6 months of validity remaining before it expires at the time of travel.

Visitors from most countries, including the U.S. and Canada, do not require a visa before travel: on arrival to Honduras you will be issued a 90-day tourist visa. There is no entry fee for this visa.

We ask for a 50% deposit at the time of booking, with the remaining 50% due one week before your trip. Should you need to cancel your trip for any reason whatsoever, we are more than happy to refund the remaining 50% of your balance. Your initial 50% deposit, while not refundable, is 100% transferable towards a future trip. In other words, you will never lose your deposit.

How to Book a Trip:

Visit our booking page (click here) to begin your booking.

Choose the dates you wish to travel. You'll want to space your trip out over 4 days (3 nights).

In order to confirm your reservation, our system will charge a 50% deposit to your credit or debit card.

We'll send over a confirmation e-mail that includes next steps, tips on booking your flight, and more!

Two weeks before your trip, we ask for the remaining 50% of your balance to be paid.

Flights/Arrival Info:

You are welcome to arrive in Honduras (airport code: SAP) at any time on the first day of your trip. We recommend that you land before 5pm so that you'll be able to have dinner at the lodge on your first night. However, if you manage to find a cheaper flight that arrives later than 5pm, please choose that flight! We'll have dinner waiting for you at the hotel when you arrive.

In order for us to know when to pick you up, we'll need your flight schedule. After you book your flight, please send over your flight info by replying to your booking confirmation e-mail.

United, American, Delta, Avianca, and Spirit airlines all service San Pedro Sula international airport, your destination (airport code SAP). We find that Google.com/flights is the best possible search engine available for finding the cheapest fares (our team uses it!). Airlines tickets range from as low as $250 up to $800 round trip, including all taxes. The average is around $400. If you believe your flight will cost more than $600, stop and contact us first. We can try to help!

Back to the top