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Sandra Farms Coffee Tour

What you’ll experience on our tour:.

  • Walk through our centuries-old coffee farm while learning the fascinating history of coffee in Puerto Rico.
  • Discover beautiful tropical and native plants that thrive in our unique climate.
  • Learn how the farm has adapted and recovered after multiple hurricanes.
  • Observe our eco-friendly coffee production and find out everything you ever wondered about growing, processing, and roasting coffee.
  • See the transformation of coffee plants from seedling to tree, to fruit, to bean… and finally into some of the best coffee in the world.
  • Taste our famous Puerto Rican coffee while enjoying a balcony view overlooking majestic mountains and the silvery ocean on the horizon.
  • Savor a taste of our own line of specialty dark chocolates- Apasionados (An Exquisite Love Affair)- infused with our own cacao and coffee beans.
  • Finish the tour with an opportunity to purchase our coffee, chocolates, and other specialty products to take home with you!
  • Daily tours are offered Tuesday-Sunday. The first tour is from 11am-1pm and the second tour is from 2-4pm.

* Tours include some walking, but we can accommodate for those with mobility restrictions. *Want to trek through the forests of our farm before or after your tour? Ask us about our over 6 hours of moderate to strenuous hiking trails that wind across our 225 acre farm.

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5 Best Coffee Tours & Farms In Puerto Rico (2024)

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No trip to Puerto Rico is complete without visiting a coffee farm to enjoy a cup (or more) of coffee. 

With over fifteen coffee farms, Puerto Rico has a beloved and thriving coffee culture.

Some of my fondest memories on the island involve sharing a cup of joe with a loved one at one of the beautiful haciendas around the island.  

In this article, I will cover the five best coffee tours & farms in Puerto Rico:

1. Hacienda Muñoz 

Hacienda Muñoz is a charming coffee farm that offers award-winning coffee and breathtaking sights.

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During your visit, you’ll get to know the ins and outs of the coffee business and the secrets behind their three-time award-winning coffee, Café Hacienda Muñoz.

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Are you planning a party?

Hacienda Muñoz makes a great wedding and event venue. 

Here’s an Instagram reel of Hacienda Muñoz:

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Hacienda Munoz is located less than an hour drive from San Juan.

Here’s a Google Map showing the location of Hacienda Muñoz:

For more information, visit the Hacienda Muñoz website .

Before you head into Puerto Rico’s mountains, check out our article 15 Best Outdoor Activities In Puerto Rico.

2. Café Hacienda San Pedro 

Café Hacienda San Pedro takes you a century into the past.

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This 19th-century family-owned farm has cultivated, harvested, and processed coffee the same (tasty) way for three generations.

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The tour includes a guided walk through the grounds and factory, where you’ll learn more about the farm’s history. The tour ends with a freshly grounded cup of coffee. 

Here’s a video of Café Hacienda San Pedro:

Café Hacienda San Pedro is located in Jayuya, the coffee capital of the island.

This Google Map shows the location of Café Hacienda San Pedro: ​​

Although perfect for a road trip, this journey is unsuitable for those prone to motion sickness.

For more information, visit the Café Hacienda San Pedro website .

Make it a day trip and explore one of Puerto Rico’s best museums, Museo el Cemí, located in the same area as Hacienda San Pedro.

Learn more in our article 12 Best Museums In Puerto Rico.

3. Hacienda Lealtad 

Built by Frenchman Juan Bautista Plumey in 1830, Hacienda Lealtad tells the story of profit, struggle, and revolt when the island’s coffee production was at its prime. 

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This tour perfectly mixes history, agriculture, and coffee tasting.

The tour ends with a cup of their famous medium-roast coffee, Café Lealtad, and a sample of their coffee-infused flan. 

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The route to Hacienda Lealtad may be challenging due to its narrow streets, curves, and location. But trust me, the trip is worth it! 

For more information, call Hacienda Lealtad at +1 (787) 897-8181.

This mountainous region is home to some of the island’s best waterfalls.

Learn more in our article 15 Best Waterfalls In Puerto Rico.

4. Hacienda Buena Vista

Hacienda Buena Vista is a restored mid-19th-century hydro-powered coffee plantation and museum. 

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During the tour, you’ll explore the estate’s grounds, where the workers and Vives family lived and labored to learn more about Puerto Rico’s former coffee production and distribution techniques.

Here’s a video of Hacienda Buena Vista:

Hacienda Buena Vista is located in Ponce , the “Pearl of the South”.

Here’s a Google Map with the location of Hacienda Buena Vista:  

Attention, chocolate lovers! Hacienda Buena Vista also harvests and processes cacao. 

For more information, call Hacienda Buena Vista at +1 (787) 384-7020

Learn more about the area in our article 25 Best Things To Do In Ponce.

5. Hacienda Tres Ángeles

Hacienda Tres Ángeles offers high-quality coffee, heavenly views, and an award-winning coffee tour.  

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This tour thoroughly explores the coffee-making (and tasting) process. In 2015, the World Tourism Organization awarded Hacienda Trés Ángeles the World Champions of Tourism title.

Check out the video below of Hacienda Tres Ángeles:

Hacienda Tres Ángeles is located in Adjuntas, home to the El Gigante Dormido, a mountain range whose silhouette projects what seems to be a sleeping giant.

Here’s a Google Map with the location of Hacienda Tres Ángeles:

For more information, call Hacienda Tres Ángeles at +1 (787) 360-0019.

FAQ section

Is visiting a coffee farm a fun activity for families.

Visiting a coffee farm is a fun, informative, and delicious activity for the whole family. Kids can enjoy the animals and machinery while the adults take in the delightful aromas and views.

Which coffee farm is closest to San Juan in Puerto Rico?

Hacienda Muñoz is the closest coffee farm to San Juan, Puerto Rico (around 26 miles). All the other farms take about two hours to get there, while Hacienda Muñoz is less than an hour away.

Final thoughts

Visiting a coffee farm is an ideal way to experience Puerto Rican culture.

So, buckle up and escape the city and beaches to discover the captivating roasts, smells and sights of Puerto Rico’s top coffee farms.  

After your coffee run, check out Puerto Rico’s chocolate farms in our article 5 Best Chocolate Tours & Farms In Puerto Rico . 

You may also enjoy our article 45 Best Things To Do In Puerto Rico .

5 Best Coffee Tours & Farms In Puerto Rico (2024)

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Begin the tour with a fresh tropical fruit infused water. Embark on a hayride experience inside the pinea pple, papaya, and plantain fields. Get a close up look at the wind turbines on our farm for breathtaking photos. Learn about our sustainability efforts. Pick your own pineapple, and learn the best techniques for cutting open these tropical fruits. Fruit, snacks, and cold water are included.

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Get a Glimpse into our Dairy Industry at Martinez Dairy

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Agrotourism is a very popular trend right now, and I love it! I get excited any time that I can see “behind the scenes” of something. And then add animals into the mix, and I can’t stay away! Martinez Dairy offers tours of their facilities, with an explanation of dairy farming from start to finish. It is a really interesting and informational tour, and there are calves to feed and take pictures with. We really enjoyed our visit, and I am sure you will too.

Martinez Dairy ( Vaquería Martinez ) is a small, working dairy located in the town of Vega Baja, on the north coast of Puerto Rico. It is a family-run business, on it’s third generation, started around 40 years ago by the grandfather of the 2 brothers who run it today. The farm is about 100 acres of rolling green hills, and they have roughly 100 producing cows. This is a great tour for anyone interested in the industry, or even if you just want to see and feed cows!

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Just so you know up-front: This tour is in Spanish. They have future plans for bilingual tours, but they are not quite to that point yet. For now, they will try to work with you if you need English translation- call them before assuming they can do it for you. .

The tour starts at the covered seating area, where you sign in. This is a small, working farm, and the tours are given by the owners. They started by telling us about their own farm, who they are, the size of their dairy, and their production volume. They went on to talk about the dairy business in Puerto Rico, how many farms there are, how much they all produce, and the names of the milk processors.

They explained that all fresh milk sold in Puerto Rico is produced locally, and that it is more expensive (as compared to the States) because cows in the tropics produce less milk (due to the heat), and the feed for the herd needs to be imported. Those things add up.

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After this short, basic introduction, we took a short walk to see some of their calves. They explain why the calves are kept in these special cages and not with their mothers. They explain the care the babies get, the food they eat, their time line. It takes around 2 years before a cow has it’s first baby and starts producing milk!

There are calves of all ages, kept close to home for safety reasons. Once they are old enough, they can go out to pasture to eat fresh grass to their heart’s content. They explained the types of food/grasses they feed the cows, how they keep them healthy and happy, and how cows process their food. They handed out grass for people to feed the young cows that were in this area. You could pet them and take photos. Really cute. The kids loved it.

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They talked about the two types of cows they have on their farm, and the differences between them. It is interesting to see how much larger a Holstein is from the little brown Jersey cows. The farm has mostly Holsteins (they produce more milk), but you will see some Jerseys (they produce milk with a higher fat content).

They also explain the process of reproduction. Dairy is big business … nothing is left to chance. Gotta love the big book of available bull semen to can pick from! They explained artificial insemination, and the cycle of pregnancy for the cows to produce milk and continue to produce milk (usually about 1 birth/year for 4-5 years).

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They explained the milking process, they have a small, 4-cows-at-a-time machine that milks them. They showed us the process with 2 very eager cows (they get fed while being milked, so they seem to like it!). They also explained what happens to the milk, and its timetable and testing requirements. All along the way, they answered everyone’s questions. I really enjoyed it, and learned a lot. There is a lot involved in your glass of milk!

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Tours offered Saturdays and Sundays 10am and 2pm, by reservation only.

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Hacienda Horizonte is a unique place located in Utuado, Puerto Rico, where you can learn about its farming and history through interpretative walks, then enjoy the spectacular views of the Northern Karst while you have a cup of the exclusive Café Draco Rosa at the “casona” (main house) of the Hacienda.

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One of the best-known items produced in Puerto Rico, in addition to rum , is coffee. Coffee production on the island goes back centuries, and at one point, Puerto Rico was among the top 10 coffee producers worldwide, according to Sandra Farms Coffee. Currently, there is a shortage of labor in the coffee industry, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t plantations, or haciendas, for visitors to experience. Learn about the following haciendas , their delightful products, and a bit about Puerto Rico’s famous coffee. Did you know – Culture Trip now does bookable, small-group trips? Pick from authentic, immersive Epic Trips , compact and action-packed Mini Trips and sparkling, expansive Sailing Trips .

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Made up of 87 acres, Hacienda Buena Vista in Ponce is probably Puerto Rico’s most famous coffee plantation and now functions as a museum; however, at one point, it used to ship approximately 10,000 pounds of coffee to Europe each year. The 19th-century hacienda’s notable features include stables, former slave quarters, the manor house, and a corn mill, which receives water from a canal. Group tours are available on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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Dating back to 2001, Sandra Farms Coffee is named after one of the owners of the business, Sandra Gonzalez—the other owner being Israel Gonzalez. To process the coffee, they utilize environmentally friendly techniques that result in less water and energy use. This mountain-grown Arabica coffee brand operates using Fair Trade standards, and the coffee is made to order. Make sure to check out some of their products online.

Hacienda Gran Batey

Founded in 2003 and located in Utuado, the Hacienda Gran Batey is a family-run business that produces made-to-order Arabica coffee, made entirely in Puerto Rico. According to their website , they focus on quality and freshness and utilize a couple of different ways for processing the coffee beans. José B. Morales, who runs the business with his wife and kids, is a retired agronomist. Anyone interested in seeing photos of their products?

Hacienda Tres Angeles

Another coffee producing location near the center of Puerto Rico, but in the town of Adjuntas, is Hacienda Tres Angeles . At the hacienda , the coffee produced is single-origin Arabica/Caturra, and there is a café on-site where visitors can enjoy their brand of coffee. When it comes to awards , it’s worth mentioning that this business was “the first Agro-tourism Certified farm by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company” and was named Tourism World Champions by the United Nations World Tourism Organization in 2015. To catch a glimpse of the hacienda and its products, visit their official website . In addition to the coffee made at the haciendas featured here, other popular Puerto Rican brands of coffee include Café Yaucono , Café Rico , and Café Lareño . Coffee lovers and casual drinkers really can’t lose by taking a trip to Puerto Rico.

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    The tour of Sandra Farms was a great experience. It's something truly unique to do on your trip to Puerto Rico. The coffee farm is a nice alternative to the tacky tourist traps covering the island. Your guide will take you on a tour of the working farm and explain the ecology, wildlife, history and even local business practices.

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    In Puerto Rico, visitors can find dairy farms, coffee farms, plantain farms, poultry farms, banana farms, pineapple farms, cattle farms, and hay farms. Other less common farms are cacao farms, pithaya farms, and strawberry farms. Up to 2018, milk, grains, and plantains were the top three agricultural products sold on the island.

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    What you'll experience on our tour: Walk through our centuries-old coffee farm while learning the fascinating history of coffee in Puerto Rico. Discover beautiful tropical and native plants that thrive in our unique climate. Learn how the farm has adapted and recovered after multiple hurricanes.

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    Enjoy an informative tour at Hacienda Chocolat in Fajardo (on the eastern side of El Yunque), where you will learn all about chocolate production "from bush to bean". Hacienda Chocolat is a private farm that is focused on making Puerto Rico a leader in quality cocoa production. After your tour, you will enjoy fresh fruit (grown on the farm), and sample all things chocolate.

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    Finca Don Manuel is a leading tropical fruit farm located in Santa Isabel, the heart of Puerto Rico's most fertile lands. This farm is blessed by the southern Caribbean breeze and a climate that allows year-round production. In addition, massive wind turbines encompass the farm providing clean energy. The farm has its roots in the 1700's.

  12. 5 Best Coffee Tours & Farms In Puerto Rico (2024)

    For more information, call Hacienda Lealtad at +1 (787) 897-8181. This mountainous region is home to some of the island's best waterfalls. Learn more in our article 15 Best Waterfalls In Puerto Rico. 4. Hacienda Buena Vista. Hacienda Buena Vista is a restored mid-19th-century hydro-powered coffee plantation and museum.

  13. This Sustainable Farm in Puerto Rico Lets You Milk Goats

    Planning Resources for this Puerto Rico Farm Tour. Bond with the cute goats and other farm animals. (Credit: Jennifer Bain) Frutos del Guacabo Farm Tour in Puerto Rico: Tours must be booked in advance. Make reservations via email: [email protected] or phone: (787) 884-4216. Follow Frutos del Guacabo Farm on Instagram and Facebook.

  14. Tropical Fruit Farm and Wind Turbines Experience

    Get a close up look at the wind turbines on our farm for breathtaking photos. Learn about our sustainability efforts. Pick your own pineapple, and learn the best techniques for cutting open these tropical fruits. Fruit, snacks, and cold water are included. Price: $40 adults / $20 child up to 12 years / 5 younger free. Capacity: 50 people per tour.

  15. Tours & Maze

    *Sabados y domingos solamente // Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real, working Pasture-Raised Farming & Pasture-Raised Animal Farm on the beautiful Finca Pastoreo in Dorado, Puerto Rico. This tour features a view of our farming methods, and if inspired, you can participate from our hands-on activities whenever possible.

  16. Coffee Tours in Maricao Puerto Rico

    Come explore the beauty of Puerto Rico and experience a one-of-a-kind coffee tour at Hacienda Iluminada. Learn about coffee agriculture, pet our animals, walk the farm and enjoy a cup of freshly roasted coffee directly from the farm. Visit us today for an unforgettable experience! This coffee tour

  17. Cacao

    Hacienda Chocolatin media. Check it out. Agroforestry cacao farm in Fajardo, Puerto Rico producing tree to bar single-estate fine-aroma craft chocolate. Learn about sustainable cacao cultivation and give a treat to your senses in our pairing and tasting events.

  18. Visit Vaquería Martinez Dairy in Veja Baja

    Martinez Dairy ( Vaquería Martinez) is a small, working dairy located in the town of Vega Baja, on the north coast of Puerto Rico. It is a family-run business, on it's third generation, started around 40 years ago by the grandfather of the 2 brothers who run it today. The farm is about 100 acres of rolling green hills, and they have roughly ...

  19. 9 Best Coffee Farms in Puerto Rico (By a Local)

    Visiting the coffee farms in Puerto Rico is an unforgettable adventure. You'll visit Puerto Rico's coffee haciendas for the coffee tours, but you'll stay for the breathtaking views and the relaxing atmosphere.. Coffee-loving locals like myself rank coffee farms among Puerto Rico's top attractions.. Here are the top nine Puerto Rico coffee farms you can't miss on your visit.

  20. Hacienda Horizonte Farm Tour

    Hacienda Horizonte Tour Overview. Hacienda Horizonte is a unique place located in Utuado, Puerto Rico, where you can learn about its farming and history through interpretative walks, then enjoy the spectacular views of the Northern Karst while you have a cup of the exclusive Café Draco Rosa at the "casona" (main house) of the Hacienda.

  21. The Coolest Coffee Plantations You Need to Visit in Puerto Rico

    Made up of 87 acres, Hacienda Buena Vista in Ponce is probably Puerto Rico's most famous coffee plantation and now functions as a museum; however, at one point, it used to ship approximately 10,000 pounds of coffee to Europe each year. The 19th-century hacienda's notable features include stables, former slave quarters, the manor house, and a corn mill, which receives water from a canal.

  22. Jurutungo Farm

    An island farm offering horseback riding tours on the beaches of Vieques, Puerto Rico. Home; Book Now; Tours; Culture; Rescue Animals; About Us. Explore New Things Help Animals Live Their Best Lives ... Jurutungo Farm. Vieques, Puerto Rico. 215-692-7374. Drop us a line! Drop us a line! Name. Email*