Colombian Coffee Tours

Among many other products such as flowers and emeralds, Colombia is also known internationally for the quality of delicious coffee that is produced in many sectors of the country.
Duration:
8 hrs.
Difficulty: (1-5)
3
Tip:
Countryside Clothes
*Price per person for 2 pax tour. Discounts apply for more people.
$ 189
$ 249
On this tour, we will visit a famous coffee plantation in Cundinamarca. Here they grow various exotic types of special coffee from around the world and have recently exported their product.
Duration:
10 hrs.
Difficulty: (1-5)
3
Tip:
Comfortable Clothes
*Price per person for 2 pax tour. Discounts apply for more people.
$ 259
$ 300
In this gourmet tour, we will have the opportunity to enter the magical world of the best soft coffee in the world, Colombian coffee.
Duration:
From 4 to 5 hrs.
Difficulty: (1-5)
1
Tip:
Avoid Smoking
*Price per person for 2 pax tour. Discounts apply for more people.
$ 109
$ 139
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