La Divisa Finca Camping | Established Campground

Colombia

Details

Verified:
almost 3 years ago
Altitude:
1462.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
dondevan.com

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Unknown
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Beautiful, small coffee finca and "organic, natural, sustainable, biodynamic" farm. Very friendly, energetic owner Javier and his lovely wife will welcome you with open arms and a cup of coffee. Javier speaks very clear Spanish and is easy to understand. He says you can camp wherever, but there's plenty of level space for 3 or so rigs right at the entrance. No height restrictions, but narrow road to get there. No 4x4 required. Camping was quoted at 20,000 COP p/p, but I'm sure it's negotiable. He does a tour of his finca for 20,000 p/p as well. His tour is better than visiting any Botanical Garden! If you do the tour, he might not charge you for camping. He also sells roasted coffee grown here, 15,000 COP for 500grams. There is a clean bathroom outside with toilet seat and TP, even soap and a hand towel! Water from the tap (agua de la llave) is not potable, but "boiled you can drink it." Also, the finca has 8 friendly dogs.

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we came by bycicle and were allowed to camp for 20‘000 cop/ 2 nights (and we also did the coffeetour for 50‘000/per person incl. lunch). the place and the view is very nice, but the finca it self is run down. the owner couple is building things here and there but at the moment nothing is really finished. There are many other fincas which looked much nicer.

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The best experience we had in Colombia ! The owners are just amazing. The camping is free. There is HOT shower, bathrooms, wifi, nature, amazing dogs, and lovely people. A MUST do !

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Very nice experience with Javier and his wife Ana in their organic and sustainable finca. Their finca is a small paradise very quiet, the view from the house / camping is beautiful. Javier offers a 3 hour tour in his beautiful property where you will learn about coffee and plants. Javier is one of the best guides we have had and it makes you feel at home. Their coffee is delicious and inexpensive. We recommend this finca, we loved it !

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If you want a truly coffee experience with wonderful people, you should definitely come there!!! 3 main reasons for that : 1. Javier makes delicious coffee in a natural way, cares about reforestation and is really knowledgeable about coffee production in the area, 2. Javier and his wife Ana are amazing people, so kind, welcoming and interesting to talk with, we spent a wonderful time with them 3. the plants, flowers (botanic garden in the property) and wildlife (hummingbirds, tons of birds, fluo green frogs). Highly recomended !!!

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Welcoming and tasty coffee. the tour is fun to do. Javier is very passionate about everything on the Vinca. nice place

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Javier and Anna are very lovely and welcoming people. We came to do the coffee tour, which took us over 3 hours - always in company of his 8 funny dogs. Javier will show you everything from the coffee trees to the bamboo forest, the cows, all the flowers and the coffee making process. The tour was 30‘000cop/pp and 250g self-made coffee 9‘000cop.
After the tour we were invited to camp for free. Prepare to drink a lot of coffee!

REALLY recommended!

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It's now 30.000 pesos pp for the Tour. including free coffee and spending the night with hot shower. they also invited us for lunch and didn't charge anything. very welcoming, authentic and a great tour! our dog was fine with their 8dogs dogs.

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This is a must-do in the Coffee area. Javier and Ana used to be coffee Farmers for 50 years. They recently switched to organic and are planting trees instead of coffee - Javier will tell you why in the ecological walk he offers over the finca.
We camped there and were awaked by a wonderful concert of the birds that come in the morning. We saw the cows getting milked by hand. Ana made us so much coffee as we wanted. We felt incredibly welcome. No problems with our two dogs. The organic coffee they produce is delicious,they show you the whole process and you can buy it also. Hot shower and good WiFi.

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Beautiful, small coffee finca and "organic, natural, sustainable, biodynamic" farm. Very friendly, energetic owner Javier and his lovely wife will welcome you with open arms and a cup of coffee. Javier speaks very clear Spanish and is easy to understand. He says you can camp wherever, but there's plenty of level space for 3 or so rigs right at the entrance. No height restrictions, but narrow road to get there. No 4x4 required. Camping was quoted at 20,000 COP p/p, but I'm sure it's negotiable. He does a tour of his finca for 20,000 p/p as well. His tour is better than visiting any Botanical Garden! If you do the tour, he might not charge you for camping. He also sells roasted coffee grown here, 15,000 COP for 500grams. There is a clean bathroom outside with toilet seat and TP, even soap and a hand towel! Water from the tap (agua de la llave) is not potable, but "boiled you can drink it." Also, the finca has 8 friendly dogs. Wifi is available

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