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- This is a very beautiful walk - no more than about 2.5 miles in total. Take it slowly and take in the views, the wildlife - butterflies, ducks, egrets, rice heron, cats etc. Talk to people who live there - maybe a fruit seller, or sarong/drinks seller, and your visit will be enhanced. The way back and down into town is a little tricky unless you are nimble and sure-footed and not recommended in wet weather, but it is do-able. The cafe along the way, the Sweet Orange Warung was a treat, with specialised coffees and warm welcome with gorgeous views. It is easy to do this walk without a guide.Written 29 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Take an hour or more to explore this coffee plantation while in Ubud. Entrance is free, you will get a short tour of how the coffee is prepared, including the history of the luwak coffee. You will also see the luwak cat. Some cages are pretty small for these animals. Soak up the jungle view while sampling all the different coffees on offer.Written 25 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- our guide was wonderful spending time explaining the whole process and answering any questions, coffee and tea samples were interesting, the coffee is really good and you can taste the difference, but be prepared to pay if you make it your daily drinkWritten 7 March 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We visit the place a couple of weeks ago and bought a lot of coffees and teas from their shop, all sugar free, according the labels. But back home, everything taste so sweet, like it's full of sugar, very disappointed, if that's th case...it's misleading and cheatingWritten 25 January 2020
- interesting plantation - could see different plants- cinnamon, cocoa, coffee bean & then see how the coffee is made. A bit sad to see the luwaks caged up asleep. Great tasting selection of different teas and coffees. Nice photo opportunities with swings and heart shaped sculpture.Written 25 February 2020
- I was expecting this to be a large coffee plantation in my head, and while it was small, I still really enjoyed it. It was also free for the tour and tasting, which I hadn't planned on, so that was cool too. The guide is really friendly and helpful, since I was asking so many questions.
I just loved the little animals, they are a mix between a cat and raccoon, so cute. However, the cage seemed to be small and ratty, I think for something that earns you money you should have them a big space to run around and play in.
I wasn't expecting spice, so that was really nice since I love stuff like that. They have all kinds of spices and even real cocoa beans, very neat. We got to try about 12 drinks I think, coffees and teas.
The kopi luwak was VERY strong. I've had it before, but when I bought it I had no idea how you make it at home. I asked this time, and you make it like Turkish coffee, it's actually even stronger than Turkish coffee, and not that good really, and I'm a coffee snob, but still I LOVED the experience. The teas were also really good, and we ended up buying some coffee and teas, the coconut was our favorite, and lemon grass tea.YUM, so much fun.Written 7 July 2016
- I'm so grateful for having the opportunity to visit Genta Agrotourism first on my own to experience the Balinese water purification ceremony with Desak (she is AMAZING) as well as a healing session, and then to return as co-host of a wellness retreat in Bali last week. 10 of our 12 guests requested the experience and each person had a unique, memorable and meaningful experience at this very special and authentic place. In addition to discovering coffees, teas and special oils and creams (made from unique flowers, all natural everything and grown here on location), guests loved meeting Desak and experiencing a purification ceremony as a group with her (after a brief and powerful healing session for each person).
This is not a very touristic place despite the word tourism in the place's name :) and really this is unique and beautiful and a place I would recommend to everyone. Thank you Desak and thank you Helena (owner of this family run business for many years). If you're considering visiting, I can't recommend it enough. :)Written 3 March 2020
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