Coffee Region


A multiple sided country, a nation that shows step by step the passion with which their people live.

Nature in Colombia

Coffee plantations began on the Central mountain range of the Colombian Andes and this area has developed the most important income of the country.

Colombia’s principal coffee-growing area – “Zona Cafetera” – is also known as The Coffee Triangle. The three departments of Caldas, Quindío, and Risaralda are located in an inverted triangle shape. The spectacular natural beauty makes it one of the most fascinating destinations to visit in the country. It combines lush green valleys, exotic wildlife, and perfect weather. This is the perfect place to indulge in the freshest coffee you'll ever taste and learn all the steps of a bean-to-cup experience.



A representative of Link Experiences will be waiting for you at the local airport in order to welcome you and accompany you during the transfer from airport to hotel. Afternoon at leisure Accommodation TBA


Visit the traditional village of Filandia, where you will enjoy a tour around the small town. You will visit main attractions like the Plaza de Bolívar, the colonial streets and houses as well as the typical “fondas” (restaurant-bars) for a taste of the local liquor of the region. Next visit Quindío’s Viewpoint for an amazing view of the Coffee Triangle. Continue with a visit to the beautiful Cocora Valley located in the department of Quindío. This majestic valley is home to the wax palm, Colombia’s national tree and the tallest variety of palm tree in the world. These palms can measure up to 190 feet tall and live more than 120 years. Be amazed by the natural beauty and diversity of fauna and flora that you will encounter throughout the valley. Afterwards you will visit the misty forest where our guide will explain to you the importance of protecting and conserving this beautiful ecosystem. It is a great opportunity to take some pictures. The tour continues with the “Ritual de la Palma”, a way to help preserve the wax palms. Visitors from all around the world have helped plant future wax palms at the park, you will also be able to grow your own palm tree for eternity. Next you will visit the town of Salento. Founded in 1842, Salento was one of the first settlements in the Quindío state and still today it preserves its colonial bahareque architecture. Salento’s centuries buildings are awash in harmonious color, especially along Calle Real, the main street lined end to end with restaurants, bars, handicrafts shops and souvenir stores. Meals included: breakfast, lunch Accommodation: Coffee region


About an hour outside of Armenia lies the town of Buenavista, the smallest municipality in Colombia. There, up in the hills you will find a premium coffee producer: Hacienda San Alberto. It has been producing coffee since the early 1970’s, so it came as no surprise when they decided to open their doors to the public and share this experience with the coffee lovers around the world. Tour around the beautiful Hacienda San Alberto and learn all about the coffee process from start to finish. You will get familiarized with the coffee bean germination process, visit the coffee nursery, walk around the coffee plantations and visit the processing plant. Afterwards we invite you to participate in an incredible experience that will awaken all your senses: a coffee tasting accompanied by our experts. A sip of coffee will never be the same again, you will learn to identify the characteristics and qualities that are present in a good cup of coffee. In the afternoon, feel enchanted by Quindio’s Botanical Garden and its incredible Butterfly House. Located in the Central Andes of Colombia, an area of high biological diversity, the Botanical Garden Organization protects a 37 acre natural forest with more than 850 botanical native species. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch Accommodation Coffee region


After breakfast, your guide will go with you to the airport for your domestic flight Meals included: Breakfast



  • English-Spanish speaking – guide-driver in private basis


  • Double accommodation with daily breakfast. Accomodation is subject to availability until confirmation.


  • All transfers & private ground transportation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Assistance with the check-in procedure at airport


  • All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary with private bilingual speaking guide (English & Spanish)
  • Meals as detailed on the program, Colombian and international gastronomy.
  • Personalized assistance 24/7


Personal expenses, Extras and Tips.


Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Meals not stated in the program.


International air tickets.


Medical services.


Personal travel insurance.


Early check-in / Late check-out.



Comfortable clothes, windbreaker and rain jackets, and comfortable walking shoes are convenient when visiting the Coffee Region. Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting religious or official buildings. Sun protection, sun glasses, one small backpack, a hat and mosquito repellent can be very useful during your stay.

We recommend you not to eat spicy food before the coffee tasting and try not to have perfume on your hands, this might affect your tasting experience. Coffee fields are located on a mountain slope, so please let us know in advance if passengers have any disability or walking difficulty.

``I had the luck of getting paired with this travel agent...was consistently amiable, prompt, extremely competent and overall made our trip enjoyable and easy to plan.``

Gina Gotthilf

California, USA

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