Duration 12 continuous hours

Located just a few hours south of Medellin, the town of Jardin Antioquia is referred to as the Garden of Colombia. Colonial buildings here are surrounded by lush green landscapes that encompass mountains and plantations responsible for producing some of the country’s best coffee beans.

Colombia is known for its coffee, and some of the best beans are grown in the garden city of Jardin Antioquia. With this tour from Medellin, you’ll get the chance to spend time at a local coffee farm where you’ll learn all about coffee production, from bean to brew. You’ll also sit down to a homemade lunch, wrapping your tour up with a guided walk through the town of Jardin Antioquia.



Pay a deposit $100

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The price includes 

·      VIP Private Transportation

·      Bilingual guide

·      Meals (breakfast, lunch, snacks)

·      Hydration during the journey Bottled water, coffee, tea, soft drink, beer or soda

·      Medical assistance card

Additional information

·      Free cancellation 48 hours in advance

·      Book with 30% and pay the balance before taking the service

·      Book immediately chat with us

·      Confirmation will be received when booking is made

·      Bring sunscreen, clothes for cold weather and covered footwear for the attraction.

·      Private activity Only your group participates.

 Cancellation Policy 

To receive a full refund of the experience, you must cancel it at least 48 hours before it starts. If you cancel the experience less than 48 hours before it starts, you will not be refunded the amount paid. Any changes made less than 48 hours before the start of the experience will not be accepted. The cut-off time is based on the local time of the place where the experience takes place. It has to be good weather so that this experience can be carried out. If cancelled due to bad weather conditions, you will be offered another date or a full refund of the amount paid.

Suggestions for the traveler

Be sure to wear sunscreen, comfortable tennis or walking shoes and a sweater, as it tends to get colder the higher you climb.

Keep in mind that the weather in Antioquia changes frequently, so bring a light coat for the rain.