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Cueva del Esplendor

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Carrera 2a # 14-118, Jardin 056050 Colombia
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Coffee Private Tour in the beautiful Jardin town (Full-Day)
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Coffee Private Tour in the beautiful Jardin town (Full-Day)

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What's more exciting than doing a coffee tour in Colombia? The answer is doing it in one of the most beautiful towns in the country: Jardin. <br><br>After you are picked up at your place in our private vehicles we head south-west of Medellin to get into the Colombian coffee region. The scenery throughout the drive is absolutely gorgeous. <br><br>Our first stop is the coffee farm where we are hosted by the warmest couple, we have a cup of coffee with them and then we start to learn everything about coffee and every single step to process it from picking to packing.<br><br>One of the highlights of the tour is the home-made lunch we have in the farm, cooked with organic farm-grown ingredients that will probably be the best lunch you will have in Colombia.<br><br>Then we drive for 15 minutes to the town of Jardin and we do a guided walking tour in the landmarks of the town and learn about its history. Jardin is a cultural heritage in Colombia and when you get there you'll see why, it's simply magical.
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WorldTvlerParker_CO wrote a review Feb 2020
Parker, CO854 contributions250 helpful votes
We went with a tour company...Jeep up from Jardin takes about 30 minutes, then another 30 minutes walk to the house...we were served hot canela and yummy patacones with salsa and corn fritters...then started the trek down to the waterfall...not for the leary or non-sure-footed....slippery, rocky...but worth it. Waterfall in the cave stunning! Can swim, cool water, picturesque...fab. Best NOT on weekend! Hiked back up along the creek side with several small waterfalls, butterflies, and birds! Back to the house ( this is on private property), for some mora juice and buneulo! Walk back to Jeep and another steep drive back to the villlage. All this for $55,000...which included the $20,000 entrance fee and a guide who explained things well. Seriously lovely trip!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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waalitjkoort wrote a review Feb 2020
Alice Springs, Australia102 contributions62 helpful votes
We took a tuktuk to finca las brisas for 25000 pesos and then walked 4km to the finca. The waterfall was amazing. We then walked back to Jardin via the mountain ridge (la salada). The walk was highly enjoyable and easily done especially if you have a maps.me or another map program on your phone. A visit to the cave waterfall is highly recommended and the walk is highly recommended, too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John R wrote a review Dec 2019
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We hike for less than 3 hours. and we paid 20k (6$) for the entrance. I think its worth it, the cave is magestic. then we decided to go back to town in the different route. we took La raya and la tribuna, the other side of the mountain. it was an adventure because we are not following any trail anymore. then the rain came soaking wet shoes full of mud.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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flak_canada wrote a review Nov 2019
Ottawa, Canada262 contributions67 helpful votes
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A visit to the cave and waterfalls make for a nice activity. There are two ways to get there, one using a rough trail and the other one is to walk a dirt road to the cave. You can take a jeep/tuk-tuk up the dirt road and walk one hour. Using the trail it took 2.5h to get back to the village. Take note that there is a fee (a little steep) to see this cave.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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robyn b wrote a review Sep 2019
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Three of us took a jeep to the drop off point, whereby we walked around an hour to the entrance of the waterfall (at the drop off, take the right hand road all the way there). A couple of really friendly local dogs happened to follow us all the way. We bumped into a farmer half way along the road and he basically gave us a piece of his mind about having the dogs with us (even though he had 2 dogs himself). Little did we know that this farmer was also the 'guide' of the cave. When we arrived at the entrance, i.e. his house, he took 20 000pesos off each of us, walked ahead of us down to the waterfall and back and quite literally did not say a word. He didn't even seem to care that his less than friendly german shepherds attacked one of the little dogs that had come on the walk with us. So yes, the waterfall/cave is pretty cool, but the experience was completely dampened by the tool of a 'guide'. Nice scenery on the road there though!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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