Take a 10-day trip to Brazil, May 4-14, 2012 with Nossa Familia Coffee.
Let us take you and a friend on an amazing tour of our family’s coffee farm and its picturesque surroundings in Brazil to experience first-hand where Nossa Familia Coffee is grown.
Your exclusive experience will include:
*Harvesting and drinking lots of delicious coffee
*Visiting local arts & crafts fairs
*Taking in sights and sounds of a vast bird sanctuary
*Hiking in an untouched tropical forest
*Dining on exceptional, authentic cuisine
*Having time to relax and soak in the Brazilian sun
*Optional mountain bike rides
We will take care of airfare (up to $1,200 per ticket) and airport transfers (to/from Sao Paulo, Brazil), accommodations, and meals. Alcohol and your Brazil tourist VISA is on you, and, of course, enjoying a worry-free vacation in sunny, beautiful Brazil.
You’ll be staying in a beautifully appointed century-old coffee farm house near Pocos de Caldas (paw-sohs gee cahl-das).
The Nossa Familia Coffee tour is the brain child of Augusto C.D. Carneiro, a native Brazilian who moved to Portland 1996 to attend the University of Portland. In 2005, Augusto started importing his family’s coffee and created Nossa Familia Coffee. Augusto’s passion is in sharing his family’s coffee history and showcasing the farm and the beautiful area of Brazil. In this unique tour, he will personally guide you through his family’s coffee fields, gorgeous forests, and beautiful lush valleys in the hilly region where his family settled more than 120 years ago.
Mountain Biking (Optional)
Augusto is an avid cyclist, and two of his past coffee tours were mountain biking tours. This time around cycling is optional, so you may take a bike or rent one to go on a few rides with Augusto during the tour.
Visit our website to learn more about Nossa Familia Coffee.
Only persons residing in United States who are between 18 and 99 years of age can enter.
September 09, 2011 @ 12:00 pm (PDT)
November 01, 2011 @ 04:59 am (PDT)
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About the Company
History In 1890 our great-great-grandparents founded the family’s first coffee farm in a mountainous region of Brazil, ideal for cultivating fine coffee beans. That year they planted their first crop... [more]