Visiting Colombia’s Coffee Region

Updated: Oct 8, 2020

If Colombia hasn’t made it into your travel plans yet, it definitely should. Following our recent visit of over two months in the stunning country, it’s quickly risen to one of our all-time favourites. From breathtaking beaches on two different coastlines to bustling cities and quaint little pueblos, high in the Andes - Colombia has everything.


Guest Blogger: Kylee and Mark Hayes, These Foreign Roads


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Get Yourself to Colombia!


Over the last decade or so, Colombia has quickly been shedding its notorious image. Although the country is still far from perfect, it’s no longer living under the shadow of its dark past. As much as we’d have liked to see everything this great nation has to offer, we simply ran out of time. However, it didn’t stop us from discovering some truly incredible sights. One of our absolute favourites was Colombia’s famous coffee region. High in the Andean highlands, this collection of small villages dotting the beautiful green landscape is a must-visit location. Here are three of our favourite towns, some activities to take part in, and some of the best food to eat while visiting!


The Square in Jardin