Duration: 3 days, 2 nights.

Our experience begins in Ciénaga, Magdalena where we will board a 4 × 4 camper that will take us to the wonderful town of Palmor, known as the Coffee Capital of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, this tour lasts approximately 2 hours 30 minutes.

Already located in the township of Palmor – municipality of Ciénaga, Magdalena, we will be at an altitude of approximately 960 meters above sea level, where you will know each and every one of its tourist attractions and the coffee cultural environment, there we can enjoy traditional cuisine and the taste of organic coffee.

The adventure continues towards the CHERUA indigenous people belonging to the KOGUI indigenous community. On the way we will find the natural beauty of the rivers, trails, waterfalls; watching exotic flora and fauna, encounter with the Kogi culture and their ancestral culture (crafts, language, and natural medicine) in the village and sacred sites. The visit to the coffee and panelera farm will be part of the magic of this route.


Departure time 8:00 a.m.

On board a 4×4 camper vehicle that will take us to the wonderful village of Palmor known as the Coffee Capital of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Here we will be at a height of approximately 960 meters above sea level, we will take a tour and have lunch, and then go to the CHERUA Indigenous People belonging to the KOGUI community.

In Cherua we will be received by a member of this indigenous community; where we will know natural magical places, as well as integration activities to learn about the ancestral Kogui culture (dance, music, and natural medicine).

Departure time 8:30 a.m.

After breakfast we will start a walk until we reach a coffee farm, passing through places with a variety of plants used by the community for medicinal purposes. Already on the farm we will carry out activities to learn about the entire process of Organic Coffee, from its history, sowing, production and harvesting.

Departure time 8:30 a.m.

After breakfast we will go to a farm to learn the entire production process of Organic Panela. And then to another farm to know the Apiary and all the activities that take place there.

At 3:00 pm. We will be back to the initial place of the experience.

  • Biosafety protocols
  • Insurance
  • Transportation 4 × 4 Ciénaga – Palmor – Ciénaga
  • Transport Palmor – Cherua – Palmor
  • Food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
  • Tour guide
  • Accommodation in Palmor 1 night
  • Accommodation in Cherua 1 night
  • Expenses at the airport or at land stops
  • Ride mules during the tour
  • Per diem and / 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.

  • Grooming items
  • Personal Medicines (if you need)
  • Sunglasses with UV filter
  • Swimsuit
  • 1 liter water bottle
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
  • 1 whistle
  • Cap or hat
  • Waterproof boots
  • Comfortable shoes to rest in camps
  • Biodegradable insect repellent and sunblock
  • Cotton shorts, lycras or Bermuda shorts for walking
  • Cotton t-shirts
  • Sweatshirt or Long Pants for the night
  • Long-sleeved shirt for the night
  • Mountain shoes (swamp boots)
  • Comfortable shoes to rest in camps

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.

Ecological Trail: Hikes where the flora and fauna including the factors are appreciated; water, air, soil.

Watching: Enjoy a magical place where natural beauty radiates.

Beekeeping Culture: we will learn a little about this activity with swarms of bees from organic-ecological beekeeping.

Organic Panela Production Process: It will be a sweet experience to learn about this process.

Organic Coffee Process: We will learn from its history, sowing, production and harvesting.