Farm Activities

Coffee Farm Tour

Experience a guided coffee farm tour and a coffee-tasting. Guests can immerse themselves on the farm tour led by our experienced farm staff, and guests will be driven through the coffee forest and taken to the nursery and coffee factory where they can learn. Learn how coffee is grown and prepared for the market. Activities on this tour include picking your coffee cherries or potting coffee trees. The tour ends with a unique coffee tasting and cupping experience in our coffee lab! Discover the flavours of coffee in a whole new way!


$40  (145,000 ugx) per person - Individual

$20 (70,000 ugx) per person - minimum of two

$15 (55,000 ugx ) per person - minimum of Five

$10 (35,000 ugx) per person - Beyond 5


For School groups/ education groups/ coffee organisations, please contact us directly for a particular group rate.

Mountain Biking

Guests are welcome to rent bikes from The Coffee lodges and challenge themselves to the mountain biking trails around the farm, through the forests and down the hills.


Rent a bike for $10.

Jeep Rides

Farm tours are enjoyed in a jeep ride 

River walks/ hiking trails/ ancient forest

Clarke farm and  Coffee estate are children and pet friendly, with endless trails and adventures for nature lovers. There are scenic walking, jogging and hiking trails of various difficulty levels. We recommend guests meander along our river walk or organise a trek through the ancient forest. There are plenty of opportunities to see enormous trees and encounter cheeky monkeys.


A new experience, keen mountaineers and climbers are welcome to try our bouldering loop.


Western Uganda is home to over 400 species of birds. Many of these birds can be seen in our tree tops, and some will even greet you at the coffee lodge. Heaven for bird watchers!

Chimpanzees at Kibale National Park

The density and diversity of primates in Kibale National Park are the highest in Africa. The most well-known of its 13 species are the chimpanzees, our closest relative. Additionally, Kibale is home to the uncommon I'Hoest's monkey and East Africa's biggest endangered red colobus monkey population. The black & white colobus, red-tailed monkey, blue monkey, olive baboon, grey-cheeked mangabey, bush baby and potto are among the other primates.


Located 80km from Kibale National Park, the coffee lodges are the perfect resting spot on your way or returning from Chimp Trekking. We are happy to help you organise your chimp excursion.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular savanna park in Uganda and the best place to see lions, including the Tree Climbing lions making it the perfect destination for an Uganda Wildlife Safari. It prides itself in a great diversity of habitats that include: lakes, savannah grasslands, forests and wetlands that serve as home to the widest variety of large mammals in the country.


Located 140 km from the coffee lodges, adventure lovers can combine a safari visit with their stay at the farm

Crater lakes in Fort Portal

The crater lakes were a popular tourist activity due to a  violent eruption causing the top of a volcano to be blown off, leaving a crater. These crater lakes are ideal for sport fishing, nature walks, cycling and an excellent opportunity to do intensive bird watching. These crater lakes have over 300 bird species. Moreover, one can swim in pure waters. Amazingly, crater lakes are bilharzia-free and hence safe for swimming

The Hot Springs at Semiliki National Park

Sempaya hot springs are the most outstanding attractions in Semiliki national park, located at the edge of the Ituri Forest, Africa's most ancient and bio-diverse forest, which borders Uganda and the DRC. These hot springs are an experience of a lifetime and the best place for bird watching on Uganda safari tours; thus, the title' Birders Haven.'


Four distinct ethnic groups live near the park – Bwamba farmers live along the base of the Rwenzori, while the Bakonjo cultivate the mountain slopes. Batuku cattle keepers inhabit the open plains, and Batwa pygmies, traditionally hunter gathers, live on the edge of the forest.

Clarke farm and coffee estate  Copyright © 2022 Clarke farm & coffee estate All rights reserved

Clarke farm and coffee estate  Copyright © 2022 Clarke farm & coffee estate All rights reserved