One hour from Bogotá, with temperature between 21°C, at 1.500 masl. The perfect place to relax, learn and enjoy! in a friendly environment
This is Finca Agualinda, we are friends of the planet, we have organic crops of coffee, banana, citrus, avocado, peppers, flowers like bromeliads, orchids and heliconias among others, the farm is bordered by the San Miguel River which feeds the water to the natural pool, but first goes through two de-blasters, then comes to the pool and then returns to the river. Coffee crop is Rainforest Alliance Certified as organic farming
There are three cabins, two with two double occupancy rooms each and one with a large room with double occupancy or multiple accommodate. Each cabin holds up to six people each, all have: living room, kitchen, bathroom (hot water for each bathroom and kitchen), balcony and terrace on the top floor, Good weather, river, organic farming, birds, hiking, horseback riding, biking and more
From Bogota Calle 80 to the west leads to the Medellin highway, passes through the toll of Siberia, then crosses Subachoque and El Rosal, climb up to Alto del Vino, pases el Vino and in the kilometer 40 deflects to the right by the Gathering way leading to the Pueblo de San Francisco de Sales located six kilometers from the diversion, from the main park a block down turn right past the quebrada Tóriba bridge at 1.1 kilometers is the Finca Agualinda
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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