Bustling coffee harvest season in Central Highlands

Friday, 2019-12-27 18:29:04
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A tourist experiencing picking coffee
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NDO – When coffee peak harvest occurs from November to December every year, tourists at the Central Highlands will witness people rushing to harvest coffee from morning to evening in the fields as well as in drying yards. The work-hard gloved hands pick every bunch of ripe berries and drop them down to the canvas to spread under the trees.

Coffee garden of a J Rai ethnic family in Yaly town, Chu Pah district, Gia Lai province prepares for harvest.

People in Iakla commune, Duc Co district (Gia Lai) with her coffee garden

Coffee is dried after harvest of a household in Bau Can commune, Chu Prong district, Gia Lai province

A Xe Dang ethnic household in Ngoc Hoi district (Kon Tum) harvesting coffee.

Coffee harvest of a household in Ia Grai district (Gia Lai)

Foreign tourists enjoy a coffee garden in Ia Grai district (Gia Lai).

The coffee trees ripen when in season.

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