Explore the Coffee Route of Western Ethiopia

Immerse yourself in the birthplace of coffee. This experience takes you through coffee plantations and daily the daily loves of coffee farmers in Ethiopia's coffee-producing region in the West.



Day 1


Drive to Jimma (350kms) Over night Honey Land Hotel

Day 2

Limu kossa

In the mornning vist Limu kossa coffee plantation. After lunch drive to Bebeka.(250kms) Overnight Bebeka Guest House or Camping

Day 3


Day 3. After breakfast visit some sites in Bebeka which is the oldest and largest coffee estate in Ethiopia, then depending on the time drive 80kms to Tepi (optional)to visit Tepi coffee plantation. Overnight Bebeka

Day 4


Day 4.

This is Keffa region of Ethiopia whose name is derivative of 'coffee' and 'cafe'.Kaffa is regarded to be the region where the arabica strain of coffee originated, and it is where this plant is first cultivated. A popular legend (between 3rd and 10th centuries), claim that a young herdsman called Kaldi observed the stimulating properties of wild coffee on his goats.

Visit the Bonga forest reserve, which sprawls on the surrounding hillsides. These are among the last remaining subtropical moist forests of any significant size to be found in Ethiopia, and renowned for their abundance of sustainable timber forest products, coffee forest, cardamom, forest pepper and honey. Overnight Kaffa Guest House

Day 5

Addis Ababa

 Drive to Addis Ababa (500kms) There will be day use room or overnight hotel depending on the flight. And a fare well dinner.



Price Includes

  • Accommodation hotels on twine bed basis.
  • Breakfast and dinner (Half board)
  • English speaking guide
  • One latest model jeep.

Price Excludes

  • Lunch in hotels
  • Entrance fees
  • Alcholic drinks, photo and video fees and personal expenses.