Magic Passages

Nature brought to life in one place

Magic Passages

Nature brought to life in one place

Dare to cross misty forests, neotropical guadua woods and paths full of rocky trails that lead to the most crystalline water springs.

Magic passages like Chorros de don Lolo, La Pastora, San Juan’s riverbank, and the Otún Quimbaya Flora and Fauna Sanctuary are places you will find throughout the Coffee Region’s Cultural Landscape.

Discover the charm in places where the main characters are the wide, green mountains. Allow yourself to be captivated by the kindness of the dwellers from its villages and the smell and taste of the native coffee. Listen to the wind as it shakes the guadua woods, and be wrapped by the songs of birds that orchestrate a natural symphony.

Feel the humidity caressing your face. Your body will notice the deep tranquility that the National Natural Park Los Nevados provides at every step you take. Go through Cocora Valley and embrace the majesty of the wax palms from Quindío, an emblematic species in Colombia.

Visit the natural reserves, the tropical rainforests and all the natural mixture from places such as the Regional Park Barbas Bremen, Piedras Marcadas, and El Manzano, all of them located in Risaralda. You will know you are there because everything that surrounds you is covered by an aura of mystery: The animals that stare at you, the paths that are unexplored, the rain that is about to fall, and the sunsets that paint the landscapes with ochre hues will leave you breathless.

Corredores mágicos
la naturaleza se materializa en un solo lugar.
"This is the most rewarding experience i've had in a long time"



This experience is waiting for you



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. Try to avoid strong colors since animals flee at any sign of disturbance.
  • 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,
  • Insect repellent will come in handy.
  • Bring bottled water to keep hydrated but avoid using disposable bottles.


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