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3-Day Tour of Eje Cafetero Coffee Region from Medellín
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“el parque” (2 reviews)
“few hours” (2 reviews)
“eje cafetero” (5 reviews)
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Colombia
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

My husband and I decided to visit the Eje Cafetero in Colombia to celebrate his birthday. The Eje Cafetero its an amazing region full of green places, a lot of coffee farms, great food, amable people and of course delicious coffee. We visited few towns...More

1  Thank Teresa C
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

We decided to spend 6 nights throw jun 18th/ jun 24th ( not crowded at all) "El eje cafetero" from Bogota. We did not want to go throw "the line" if you are lucky it might be shorter but there are many curves and many...More

5  Thank Adrita
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Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Long planned trips mey end up in dissapointment. Not the case here. Everything we had expected and more. The trip from Bogota takes 6-7 hours depending on the route chosen and luck with truck traffic in the mountain passes. Once in the "Eje Cafetero" the...More

9  Thank Juan Antonio Z
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Reviewed 19 November 2016

Eje Cafetero has many small villages that are full of colorful houses: Marsella, Filandia, Salento, Salamina a.o. Valle de Cocorá is a must for hikers and nature lovers. Hot springs are near to Pereira in either San Vicente or Santa Rosa. From Manizales it is...More

4  Thank Eric S
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

My husband and I have visited growing operations in Kona (Hawaii) and in central Africa (Tanzania and Rwanda). Nonetheless, we found these Colombian highlands to be the most beautiful. The Andes rise darkly in the distance, and closer at hand, the undulating hillsides are densely...More

6  Thank SleeplessinSD
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Reviewed 18 August 2015

We stayed 4 days in El Eje Cafetero and enjoyed every single minute of our visit. We wished we had stayed longer, may be a week. We stayed at Decameron Panaca, visited Panaca, El Parque del Cafe, and Salento. The views in this area are...More

7  Thank Martha E
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Reviewed 18 July 2015

great place to tour with the family. so many nice parks & activities. great scenery, food, nice people. we stayed at several hotels that were billed as '4-star' or better but all were well below that- we finally found a good hotel in Armenia

4  Thank jeff b
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Reviewed 12 July 2015 via mobile

It takes a few hours to get there but the view is amazing. Peaceful and beautiful! An unique moment. There are different places to go and the one I went to was nice. Coffee was delicious! I can't remember the name but pictures talk by...More

1  Thank Erick M
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Reviewed 1 February 2015

We stayed only one night in Filandia (a GREAT town, we chose it over Salento to avoid crowds and tourists) at "Hostel Filandia". Our goal was to learn about the coffee tree, cultivation, processing and basically all that has to do with coffee. We are...More

8  Thank siri h
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Reviewed 23 September 2014

The people, the colors, the aromas, the lanscape.. This whole area will take your breath away!!!! I want to go back and spend a longer period in the area and learn spanish.. It really rocked my world.

4  Thank Maria Z
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