The Coffee Region
We call it the coffee triangle as this region is made of three major states: Quindio, Caldas, and Risaralda. Immerse yourself in the coffee culture by visiting private plantations and learn the process of making Colombian coffee. Ride horses through natural trails, visit picturesque towns with traditional Colombian houses dating back to the 1840s.
This region is located high in the Andes mountains where the climate, altitude, and special soil are combined to produce Colombia's finest coffee. The natural scenary of the region makes it one of the most attractives in the country; actually it has become one of the favorite spots for visitors, especially for those who are looking for beautiful landscapes and country leisure activities.
Colombia’s Coffee Region
is well known for its charming small towns such as Salento, Buenavista, Filandia or Santa Rosa de Cabal among many others. Colorful houses and a perfect weather that is slightly cooler than the Caribbean but not as chillier as Bogota, with temperatures between 50°F (10°C) and 76 °F (24°C). The kindness of its people is another big reason to visit this privileged region.
Besides the stunning country landscapes, the region also has some of the most vibrant cities in Colombia, such as Pereira, Manizales and Armenia. Whether you prefer an exciting nightlife or a quiet place to rest, these cities has a lot to offer to visitors. Several festivals are celebrated during the year in the whole Coffee Region
; Feria de Manizales is actually one of the most populars among locals and foreigners.
Enjoy this charming region and feel a natural connection with Colombia’s coffee culture on your next vacation. Travel to the Coffee Region
and explore the heart of the country.