Coffee villages: time machines

Travel through the colonization age

Coffee villages: time machines

Travel through the colonization age

Let yourself be conquered by the warmth of the villages. The locals are always happy, adamant and very kind. Also, they know lots about coffee so they can come in handy as guides.

If there’s something with personality around the Coffee Region’s Natural Landscape you will sees that villages easily take the prize. Sitting down in the main parks of the municipalities that compose this place to drink hot coffee, harvested and processed locally, is one of the greatest pleasures you will feel.

Don’t forget to walk through its colored streets decorated with the most striking and preserved colonial architecture. Climb up to balconies and viewpoints of great heights to watch endless coffee crops, surrounded by iridescent trees like the guayacán.

Don’t miss the monuments from these villages. Some of them were sculpted by the best artists of the region. Besides, don’t leave without going first to the colonial restaurants, the taverns, the handcraft shops, cafés and the cultural centers of each of the towns.

You will discover a magic world when you share with the locals from these villages. Humble people with fascinating stories. The colonization, settlements and arrieros are the topics they best know so anecdotes will be unforgettable. Come and experience with us Marsella, Apía, Santuario and Balboa in Risaralda; Salento and Filandia in Quindío, and much more in a zone with more than 47 villages scattered along the Cofffee Region’s Natural Landscape according to UNESCO.

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BEFORE YOUR TRIP


Follow these recommendations before making this trip, they will improve your experience on the site.


  • Don’t forget to wear comfortable clothes, preferably boots, t-shirts, sweatpants or loose pants.
  • Use sunscreen, a hat or a cap if necessary.
  • Bring a waterproof jacket. Rains are frequent in the rainforest.
  • Bring binoculars to watch birds or other animals.
  • You can use cameras but avoid using their flash
  • Bring bottled water to keep hydrated but avoid using disposable bottles.
  • Keep yourself warms during the night. It can be very cold.

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