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Cana Brava

Coffee Region, Colombia

Pricing is $1,350 to $1600 a night depending on season

The House

This enclave of peace and tranquility was designed by the Colombian architect Simon Hosie in a contemporary vernacular of the typical local architecture, including exposed roofs in caña brava as well as open rooms with retractable walls and doorways for optimum enjoyment of the surrounding landscape.

All in all, this is a very exclusive, private experience. The atmosphere is innately Colombian with a decidedly oriental flair.

The Facilities

  • 3 bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom and private terrace

  • A guest suite about 25 meters away from the main house which has a bedroom with queen size bed, a small seating area with day bed and private bath.

  • The living and dining areas are connected by an interior garden, lush with tropical ferns, plants and flowers and retractable doors made of tropical wood and pergamine.

  • Natural swimming pool (with water from the river)

  • Outdoor covered yoga room

  • Several walking trails for nature lovers

Services offered in the Villa

Included in the price

  • 1 housekeeper and 1 gardener

  • Bathroom amenities

  • Breakfast served daily

  • On call 24/7 English speaking assistance

With an extra cost

  • Grocery at disposal in the house (wine, cheese etc)

  • Extra cleaning lady

  • Chef in the house to prepare lunch and dinners

  • Live local musicians at night

  • Round trip transfers airport - villa

  • Activities to explore the region

  • Horseback ride in the property

What to do in the area?

Hidden amongst the lush and verdant scenery of Colombia’s coffee producing region, a stay at Caña Brava is to meet the heart and soul of Colombia. This area is rich in breathtaking scenery, full of marvelous flora and fauna, inhabited by hardworking, fun-loving, open and friendly people who tend the agricultural richness that fills the valley.

Culture and Sightseeing

  • Learn the process of the Coffee production in a farm

  • Explore the villages of the Andes: Salento, Finlandia etc the Area is preserved as world heritage by UNESCO

Outdoors and Adventure

  • Hiking in the Andes and/or in Cocora valley among the talest palm trees in the world

  • Horseback riding in the middle of a banana plantation

  • Fly over the coffee region on a Hot Air Balloon

How to get there?

  • 45min Flight from Bogota to Armenia + 45min of transfer


  • 45min flight to Pereira + 1p0 of transfer

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