We wanted to get out of Sao Paulo and experience rural Brazil. Seeing the coffee processing was interesting - especially as much of the equipment dates back to the early 50's (if it works, why change). But the highlight was touring the plantation on horseback. My wife has never ridden and it was 5 decades since I last rode. The experience was golden! We finished the tour with a marvelous buffet lunch - many of the ingredients coming from the farm itself. Thank you Denis for a great day.
Ellen CareyUnited States
TOUR GUIDE RESPONSE: Thanks Ellen!!
Denis is a great guide able not only to plan the tour perfectly but to cope with all coming circumstances effectively and keeping good mood. I definitely can recommend his services being sure that he'll meet and exceed your expectations. On personal note: I strongly suggest you to take an umbrella when going to horse ride to coffee plantation because local weather is quite unpredictable. :-)
TOUR GUIDE RESPONSE: Thanks a lot Mikhail! The weather didn´t help us really that day! But it was nice to meet you, such an interesting person, and show you a bit of my country! Regards, Denis
Our tour on the coffee farm was great. We had a full tour seeing the coffee from start to finish. We enjoyed the good food and the peaceful scenery. A swimming pool was also welcomed for us in the Brazilian heat.
TOUR GUIDE RESPONSE: Thanks Ellen and family! It was nice to meet you guys! Hope to see you back in Sao Paulo! Regards
This tour was really interesting. The guide collected us from our hotel at the allocated time. During the drive to the farm he pointed out places of interest & gave us some insight into the history of Sao Paulo. Despite the rainy weather we managed to walk around & see a lot of the area as well as some of the coffee plantations. The lunch provided was delicious.