The area of the Colombian coffee regions of the Eastern Cordillera is actually a gigantic forest. The coffee plantations established under the dark varieties of native trees that conserve the soil and protect biodiversity. This gives the coffee it's characteristic flavor and quality.
The coffee region of Colombia is surrounded by small towns and villages whose economy revolves around the coffee industry. Employment and occupation is provided for residents in a fair manner to redistribute wealth.
From the coffee houses the views are relaxing and reveal a natural topography and environment, inviting you to enjoy the surroundings. Take a break from the daily grind.
This picture was taken in the north of the city of Bucaramanga, on September 27, 2012 at 8:30 pm, shortly after a stroke of lightning. What we noted in the upper left that looks like two faces Zeus and Perseus who are locked in a glowing white light and are observing the city.
The best place to enjoy moor landscapes with 5 lagoons, a view of roughly 4000 metres, fauna and flowers typical of the region, marked trails and best of all, its free. If you're staying in the village, the night will cost $20,000 pesos ($ 10.96 USD), The Nature Park, The Cañal is a large nature reserve of flowers, wildlife and water reserves. Typical food restaurants at very low prices. The mansard is 1 hour from Tunja Boyaca capital, ground transportation from the city every hour.
This place is a farm in the rural area of the department of Magdalena in Colombia. It is a interesting place though it has a cold climate. Most of the people are friendly, honest and very affectionate, with an atmosphere of tranquility and harmony among all its inhabitants.
Montefiore is a natural refuge where the colours, aromas and most delicate natural sensations merge. It's a magical place that seems like something taken from a world where Gaia still remains in harmony and balance.