The coffee triangle of Colombia is comprised of Caldas,
Risaralda and Quindio, of which Manizales, Pereira and Armenia are
the most important towns.
Visiting the coffee farms is obviously a must when in the area,
and one of Colombia's major draw cards. We can arrange tours of the
local coffee plantations where guests can learn about the process
of making coffee, from cultivation to preparation of the worlds'
most loved drink.
Our Latin America team have hand picked some of the best
haciendas to make trips to the region all the more enjoyable, from
the luxurious Sazagua on the outskirts of Pereira, to the colonial
Hacienda Bambusa near Quindio.
Although not strictly in the Coffee Triangle, Medellin is also
well worth a visit. It is the second largest city in Colombia, and
once also one of the most dangerous in the world, it is now firmly
on the tourist map as an up and coming destination, and one not to
be missed. We can even arrange tours with Pablo Escobar's brother,
who is living proof of just how much it has changed in the last two