Duration: 3 days, 2 nights.

The experience of our adventure takes you to the Palmor, in the municipality of Cienaga, Magdalena; where you will get to know the ancestral indigenous Kogui culture, the coffee environment, beekeeping, the exuberance of nature, in addition to enjoying traditional cuisine. During this experience we will get to know Palmor known as the “Capital of the Caribbean Colombian Coffee” the Betel Village and the Palestine Village

There is also the possibility of knowing La Paz Village which reach it through trails with wildlife and microclimates, exotic flora among other attractions.


Departure time 8:00 a.m.

From the urban area of Ciénaga, Magdalena will begin our adventure to the ancestral territory of Kogui. During a journey of approximately 2 hours until we reach the village of Palmor, considered as “The Coffee Capital of the Colombian Caribbean” at approximately 900 meters above sea level and to which we will take a tour of the town; As night approaches, we will enter the Kogui indigenous world, in which a mamo will share with us part of his ancestral knowledge, for the preservation of mother earth, language and writing, handicrafts, meditation, spiritual and reflection activities.

Finally, we will spend the night at the EcoHostal Mirador Kogui, a place of rest and accommodation.

Approximate height between 900 – 1,150 meters above sea level.

Departure time 6:00 a.m.

We will leave very early in the ascent in motor transport to a colonial village called “Bodega Betel”; Where we will be received by farmers who will accompany us on the walking tour paths for our colorful birds and flora of the area,  rivers; we will arrive at a farm where we will carry out beekeeping, we will continue with our tour for approximately 2 hours until we reach an indigenous settlement in the Palestinian Village a approximately 1,300 meters above sea level; In this place our guides will give us a review of this magical place.

Upon returning after having a delicious lunch tasted, we will take a tour of a coffee farm in which they will teach us the history, planting, harvesting and processing of organic coffee, we will also spend the night in this place.

Approximate height between 1,220 – 1,340 meters above sea level.

Departure time 8:00 a.m.

After the typical breakfast at the coffee farm, we will begin the descent to the Palmor Town to continue our return to the starting point of the experience.

Departure time 5:30 a.m.

We will leave very early from the Bethel path to make an uphill journey of approximately 4 and a half hours to the La Paz path at approximately 1,800 meters above sea level, to reach this site where we will be able to learn about the harvesting process of Blackberries and Lulos; We will first go through trails where we can observe birds in the area and even cross rivers, trails with microclimates that are something magical for our hikers.

Approximate height between 1,220 – 1,800 meters above sea level.

Note: This day is optional, therefore has an additional value to the experience.

  • Biosafety protocols
  • insurance
  • Transportation 4 × 4 Ciénaga – Palmor – Ciénaga
  • Transportation Palmor – Betel – Palmor
  • Porters
  • Permission by indigenous communities
  • Accommodation 1 night in Palmor and 1 night in Betel
  • Food per person: (2 breakfast, 2  lunch, 2 dinner) traditional
  • Local indigenous Koguis and Campesinos guides
  • Ancestral meeting with members of the ethnic Kogi
  • Beekeeping
  • Coffee Tour
  • Palestine tour
  • And other activities mentioned in the program
  • International and domestic flights
  • Fourth (4th) day
  • Other personal expenses
  • Mule (additional) per person to ride instead of walking (85,000 Cop approximately mule per day)
  • Per diem or unspecified services
  • The consumption of alcoholic beverages and cigarettes is not allowed during the experience.
  • It is forbidden to dump garbage and extract any type of plant, animal and geological material.
  • Follow the indications of the local natives and the guides.
  • Constantly hydrate.
  • Eat a fruit and a chocolate bar, preferably with peanuts.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes (wear pontoon boots).
  • Wear glasses with UV protection.
  • Do not bathe in the rivers with soap or shampoo.
  • Your personal medicines, if necessary, bring them with you.
  • People vegetarians or with specific food requirements notify when making the reservation.
  • Warn about any allergies, especially to bees.

The guide will give some specific instructions to the adventurers that they must follow, such as:

  • Do not take photos of indigenous children
  • No saying bad words
  • Do not litter
  • Do not stray from the group on the move
  • Do not damage or extract fauna or flora.
  • Among other.

Note: It is important to know if any client suffers from heart, suffocation or allergy, diet, medications or other special cases of health; make it known through the medical record.

  • A suitable backpack with good straps for comfortable and sturdy carrying.
  • Bring a fruit and a chocolate bar, preferably with peanuts.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes (wear pontoon boots).
  • Wear glasses with UV protection.
  • Bring a bottle of water (1 liter).
  • Biodegradable insect repellent and sunscreen.

Coffee experience: Acquire knowledge of the cultivation in coffee farms, from sowing, harvesting and production.

Ecological trail: Long walks where flora and fauna can be appreciated.

Watching: Appreciate the natural beauty that radiates such as toucans, different species of hummingbirds and other exotic birds, as well as vegetation in the area.

Craft workshops: Cultural exchange with the Kogui indigenous community, we teach you how to make their crafts.

Language and writing: A member of the ethnic group who will teach vocabulary and common expressions in their language.

Meditate and Reflect: Activities of meditation, purification and breathing, movement and activation exercises.


Beekeeping: we will carry out and learn about some of the beekeeping activities.