SUMMARY

Visiting a coffee farm in Colombia is an authentic, cultural experience not to missed.

Just 15 minutes from the city of Medellín, this half day tour on a coffee farm is interactive and hands-on. Go on walks through the farm’s beautiful creek-side hill. Harvest coffee, and learn the folkloric history of the coffee process from the farmer’s passionate and eccentric coffee grower. Discover why this farm’s coffee holds Colombia’s highest coffee certificate.

This trip is a relaxing break in fresh air. With a required fitness level at 1 out of 5, you don’t have to worry about doing anything physically but the ability to walk on the hillside terrain is necessary.

Highlights

  • Interact with locals on a walking tour of one of Colombia’s highest certified coffee farms
  • Learn about the coffee making process from planting to roasting
  • Enjoy a delicious tasting of the farm’s coffee
  • Walk through beautiful hillsides and harvest coffee beans

BOOK THE TRIP

ITINERARY

Meet your driver at  9 AM at our offices near El Poblado (Cra. 43e #11a-13, Medellín).

Drives 15 minutes to the hillsides of Envigado and enjoy coffee at the farm. 

Let your guide explain the process from the seed to the cup and take a walking tour of the farm’s plantation and traditional processing facilities.

Harvest the coffee beans and weigh your pickings. Enjoy another coffee at the estate house. 

Taste the soft and balanced 100% Colombian coffee of the finca to discover notes of fruits and cherries. Compaire it with many other beans and decide the one you love the most! 

Drive 15 minutes from the farm to return to Medellín by 12 p.m. Arrival time varies

Extend your trip with a 1/2 day city tour of Medellín to return to Poblado by 7 pm. 

In the afternoon, take a ride on the city’s innovative urban renewal project: cable cars from the center of the city to its mountain sides. Visit Parque Arví for a nature preserve and a beautiful view of the city. Enjoy a traditional Antioqueño lunch. Next, visit the fascinating “Casa de la Memoria” museum and end your day with a visit to the indigenous site of Nutibara Hill and the urban renewal project “Pueblito Paisa”.

CHECKLIST

  • Private transport with a professional, bilingual driver
  • Bilingual cultural guides for the estate’s walking tours
  • Coffee tasting
  • A small sample to take home
  • Insurance
  • Passport
  • Appropriate clothing (long pants and shirt)
  • Walking shoes
  • Sunscreen, sunhat, repellent
  • Water bottle

PRICE & RESERVATION

Joined Groups

$189.000

COP/Each
Solo Private

$419.000

COP
2 Person Private

$229.000

COP/Each
3 Person Private

$209.000

COP/Each
4 Person & up

$189.000

COP/Each

100% deposit must be made before the trip, for last minute payment and reservation request contact Expedition Colombia. All payment must be done through our booking platform, or via a deposit in our Bancolombia bank account.

*All our prices above do not include IVA.

  1. According to the Colombia tax system, foreigners are exempted for the IVA.
  2. For Colombian residents, citizens and foreigners living in Colombia for more than 6 months, 50 % of the total IVA will be charged and
    the other half will be covered by the company.
  3. For companies or agencies, the total IVA will be charged.

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