Eje Cafetero

4 Days

You are about to discover a region full of natural beauty, colorful architecture and a culture that offers to all visitors a unique experience around the most representative beverage of Colombia: The Coffee. 

Trip Facts

  • Available
  • Double or Triple
  • Spanish
  • Colombian Pesos
  • Comfortably
  • Yes

Overview

You are about to discover a region full of natural beauty, colorful architecture and a culture that offers to all visitors a unique experience around the most representative beverage of Colombia: The Coffee. 

Trip Highlights

  • Entrance to Los Arrieros Park (Culture of the Coffee Farmers)
  • Transfer and Entrance to the Coffee Park (Multiple Passport)

Itinerary

Entrance to Los Arrieros Park (Culture of the Coffee Farmers)

Transfer and Entrance to the Coffee Park (Multiple Passport)

Includes/Excludes

Includes

  • Destination advice
  • Transfers Airport - Hotel - Airport
  • Accommodation 4 Days 3 Nights, in comfortable rooms - Finca Hotel
  • Breakfast and typical dinners of the region
  • Entrance to Los Arrieros Park (Culture of the Coffee Farmers)
  • Transfer and Entrance to the Coffee Park (Multiple Passport)
  • Medical assistance card during the trip

Excludes

  • Air tickets (Check with us for the best rates)
  • Meals not included in the plan
  • Transfers and entrance fees not stipulated in the program
  • Personal expenses
  • Expenses not stipulated in the program

FAQs

What is the Eje Cafetero, and where is it located?

The Eje Cafetero, also known as the Coffee Triangle, is a region in Colombia known for its production of high-quality coffee. It is located in the central part of the country, primarily in the departments of Caldas, Quindío, and Risaralda.

What are the main towns or cities to visit in the Eje Cafetero?

Some of the main towns and cities to visit in the Eje Cafetero include Armenia, Pereira, Manizales, Salento, Filandia, and Santa Rosa de Cabal.

How do I get to the Eje Cafetero from major city or airport?

You can reach the Eje Cafetero by flying into the airports in Armenia, Pereira, or Manizales, or by taking a bus or private transportation from major cities like Bogotá or Medellín.

What is the weather like in the Eje Cafetero?

The weather in the Eje Cafetero is generally mild and temperate, with average temperatures ranging from 60°F to 75°F (15°C to 24°C) throughout the year. It can be rainy at times, so it’s advisable to bring rain gear, especially during the wet season from April to June and October to December.

What are the must-visit coffee farms or plantations in the area?

Some popular coffee farms to visit in the Eje Cafetero include Hacienda Venecia, Finca El Ocaso, and Finca San Alberto, where you can learn about the coffee production process and sample freshly brewed coffee.

What activities can I do besides visiting coffee farms?

In addition to visiting coffee farms, you can enjoy activities such as hiking, birdwatching, horseback riding, visiting botanical gardens, and exploring colonial architecture in the charming towns of the Eje Cafetero.

Is it safe to travel to the Eje Cafetero?

Yes, the Eje Cafetero is generally safe for tourists. However, as with any destination, it’s essential to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas or at night.

What local dishes or foods should I try in the Eje Cafetero?

Be sure to try local dishes such as bandeja paisa, ajiaco soup, arepas, and tamales. Additionally, sample fresh fruits and juices, and don’t miss the opportunity to taste traditional Colombian coffee.

What should I pack for my trip to the Eje Cafetero?

Pack lightweight and breathable clothing suitable for hiking and outdoor activities, comfortable walking shoes, rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a reusable water bottle.

Map

From $169
/ Adult
From $152
/ Child
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