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Coffee Tour Hacienda Venecia

#6 of 54 things to do in Manizales Features Animals
Vereda El Rosario, Manizales 057, Colombia
+57 320 6365719
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Good and informative tour

This is a good day out from Manizales. The guide was very informative about coffee production (we... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2017
Santa Marta, Colombia
via mobile
Quick and good quality crash course for coffee planting and coffee drinking

This is a great option if you are staying for a couple of days in the coffee region and want to... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2017
Felipe B
Madrid, Spain
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Betwen Medellin and Salento Located 20 minutes away from manizales, Hacienda Venecia is a working coffee farm with the intention of providing an educational and informative experience of both the coffee making process as well as coffee farm life. Whilst sharing our coffee knowledge it is important and valuable for the local community to be inspired by the worldwide experiences your visit brings. Also we offer accomodation in a Hostel, Guest House and in Main House fiting all bugets, with meals and open kitchen, swimming pool, Coffee book library, WIFI, hammocks, games, honesty bar, perfect place for hiking in coffee plantations.
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Vereda El Rosario, Manizales 057, Colombia
+57 320 6365719
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Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

This is a good day out from Manizales. The guide was very informative about coffee production (we asked so many questions and he had the answers to every one of them) and the tour in the morning is in English. The only downside is that...More

Thank Amill74
Reviewed 30 January 2017

This is a great option if you are staying for a couple of days in the coffee region and want to understand and live the cooffe growing and drinking experience. This tour will only take about 3 hours and its near manizales (20 min aprox)....More

Thank Felipe B
Reviewed 22 January 2017

We started off with a small cup of delicious expresso. Then our guide gave a one-hour talk, in good English, about the history of the coffee industry and present day challenges and operations. We then had a short walk through the plantation and to the...More

Thank johnyoung22222
Reviewed 14 January 2017

Very informative guide, beautiful grounds, well-organized tour, and decent coffee. A bit annoyingly, the tour wouldn't start till absolutely everybody arrived (some were 20+ minutes late), so a large group of us were hanging around waiting for it to start. Nonetheless, the staff tried to...More

Thank Hacb86
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Reviewed 23 November 2016 via mobile

Andrew, the Tour Guide was a volunteer who seemed to never have stood in front of a group before. He didn't give much Information on how the Coffee is processed (washing/drying/packaging) or about the picking itself while the Group followed him totally dispersed through the...More

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HACIENDAVENECIA, Gerente at Coffee Tour Hacienda Venecia, responded to this reviewResponded 1 December 2016

Thank you for your feed back, Andrew, is a profetional in Coffee that came to HACIENDA VENECIA for an exchange of knowledge in coffee. He has an experience of 15 years in roasting and coffee preparation in Autralia and New Zeland , and Coffee is...More

Reviewed 13 November 2016

The Coffee Tour is really excellent and well worth it. A must to do in Maniziales.You learn a lot about coffee. From growing to harvesting till roasting. But be aware of the 30% vouchers you find in some hostels.They are a Kind of a fake...More

Thank 388bea
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Wonderful experience! We loved being at the Hacienda and remained on the 200 hectares for our entire stay. We hiked most of the suggested routes.

Thank Randy M
Reviewed 30 October 2016 via mobile

The tour here was excellent, I also took a tour in salento and thought that hacienda valencia was much better. Lots of information about the coffee process, a walk through the coffee plantations and a pool to relax around for the afternoon. We also took...More

Thank ceebee27
Reviewed 27 October 2016 via mobile

I felt like I was transported back in time on this coffee plantation. Hacienda was set up in the mountains overlooking the fields and a river. Tour of ground was extremely informative and I left feeling like a coffee expert. The only thing I would...More

Thank TMP1978
Reviewed 19 October 2016

We were picked up in Manizales and driven to the hacienda for the day. We thoroughly enjoyed learning all about coffee with the very knowledgeable tour guide. We drank lots of coffee, had a lovely lunch, met some nice people from the hostel there, and...More

Thank Linda J
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15 May 2015|
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Response from juan pablo e | Property representative |
The farm in very close To Manizales, dar from the caribe, clóset To the Pacific. Look in a map for manizales.
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Susan W
8 March 2015|
Response from Helen R | Reviewed this property |
We were there about 4 hours. It's a lovely lovely place.
Wilson E
7 February 2015|
Response from poly746 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the plugs in colombia are different. The voltage is 110V