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Domaine de Vanibel, Vieux-Habitants
(4.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Learn about coffee processing, taste coffee, find remnants of Native American civilizations, and admire 19th century buildings used during the island's colonization at Domaine de Vanibel. Tour the estate to learn about coffee processing as you pass by an old mill, aqueduct, and coffee refinement building. Find banana and vanilla plantations or stroll through the local garden as you immerse yourself in the sight and smell of flowers and tropical plants in the nearby garden. Complete your visit by indulging in the local coffee. Put Domaine de Vanibel into our Vieux-Habitants vacation builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Guiding grooves by plants: coffee, cocoa, vanilla, mill, processing machines. Attention: only in French
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  • Very interesting visit of this family farm. The owner makes you share his passion for local arabica. The access road is very curvy but passable.
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  • What a great surprise this visit to habitants! We didn't know what to expect on the way and were not disappointed. We were greeted by one of the members of this family business. He guided us in the gardens or are planted coffee, banana and or is grown vanilla. He explained every step of the production of bananas and vanilla coffee and it was exciting. We literally drank his words and learned many things. Did you that a banana tree only produces a single bunch of bananas? That we must cut and make another push to a new regime? Go to learn even more! This is a participatory, rewarding visit and we were really delighted to have made this detour! It ends with a tasting of coffee house, a delicious vintage accompanied home fruit and sugarcane: a treating! The area is beautiful. It is one of the places in Guadeloupe that we found the most beautiful and best maintained in the land. The most of the visit? simplicity, availability, the kindness and humor of our guide.
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  • Very nice Park, we could not visit because tours are at 3 pm
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  • Great coffee
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