Roam the mountains and towns of Colombia’s Región Cafetera (Coffee Region). In 2011, UNESCO included this region of Colombia in their World Heritage List. The mountains tell the story of towns, rivers, wax palms and an attitude towards life that is both hard-working and laid back. Nature, this resilience and unbound optimism influence the architecture, food, language and crafts of Colombia’s Cultural Coffee Landscape. In a cup of coffee, you will taste way of life and a love for things well done.
This is a journey to the heart of Colombia. At an average speed of 25-35 mph, it is a ride through some of the Andes’ highest mountains and canyons, experiencing altitudes ranging from 3,500 feet to 11,000 feet with temperatures as high as 85 ºF and as low as 41ºF. The route will take you through centuries old Spanish colonial towns and villages, as well as modern, 21st century cities like Bogotá and Medellín. When somebody said, “life isn’t around the corner,