Colombian Coffee Tour

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Trip Highlights

In this tour learn about the production process of Colombian coffee and the varieties of coffee they produce. The tour will give you a comprehensive introduction to its history, culture and preparation process. In addition, if you love birds, this area of Colombia is a paradise for birdwatchers. Around 116 species have been recorded on the property. 
 

Duration
 2 days - 1 nights 
Activities
Levels
Moderate

Itinerary

Day 1: Zona Cafetera

From Pereira (or Manizales) you will be transferred to a Coffee Hacienda (farmhouse). In this tour you will receive a comprehensive introduction to the coffee process. This includes learning about the coffee culture, its history, and all the differen more...

Day 2: Zona Cafetera

If you are a birdwatcher lover, wake up at 5:00 AM. Take a short early morning walk to see numerous tanager species, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, grassquits, and finches or stroll around the gardens to see a wide variety of species, including the iconi more...

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Type of Service
Superior
Comfort
Standard
Passengers
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Meals
  Breakfast Lunch Dinner
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Countries visited
Colombia
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