Hacienda La Danesa is a traditional dairy and cacao farm with over 145 years of rich heritage and history, located about an hour drive from Guayaquil, Ecuador. Family-owned and managed by the third generation Olsen family, the farm offers a unique selection of tailor-made activities for guests, including horseback riding trails, hands-on artisan chocolate making and other hacienda-related programs. The menu is mostly traditional Ecuadorian cuisine mixed with a pinch of fresh international influence to bring exceptionally transcendent flavors to the table. La Danesa is one of the few venues in the world that serve the award winning Ecuadorian Chardonnay and other local outstanding microbrewery beers.
Hacienda La Danesa produces dairy, cacao and teak with over 145 years of rich heritage and history, located about an hour drive from Guayaquil, Ecuador. Family-owned and managed by the third generation Olsen family, the farm offers a unique selection of tailor-made activities for guests, including horseback riding trails, cacao plantation and hands-on artisan chocolate making and other hacienda-related programs such as Lazy River Tubing, Biking and Milking; all included in your rate. The menu is mostly traditional Ecuadorian cuisine mixed with a pinch of fresh international influence to bring exceptionally transcendent flavours to the table.
Erscheinungsdatum: 26.08.2015, Einband: Kartoniert, Titelzusatz: Roman, Werkausgabe 5, detebe 21102, Originaltitel: Dance in Tehuantepec, Autor: Traven, B, Verlag: Diogenes Verlag AG, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Farm // Indianer // Kapitalismus // Klassiker // Mexiko // Mord // Ölfirma // Ölkonzern // Roman // Skrupellosigkeit // Verbrechen // 1920er Hacienda, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 233 S., Seiten: 233, Format: 1.5 x 18 x 11.3 cm, Gewicht: 205 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
A trip to one of the Coffee Triangle towns wouldn’t be complete without visiting a coffee farm, are we right? So, come with us to this fun and informative tour about everything you need to know of the coffee process. You will visit El Ocaso coffee farm and you will have the chance of planting coffee seedlings, picking up coffee cherries and last but not least, tasting the flavor of a fresh cup of Colombian coffee.• A guided tour along the farm and its plantation• Getting to know the full process of growing coffee, from its seeds to the roasting• Picking up coffee cherries and planting coffee seedlings• A brief lesson about the great value of coffee for Colombian coffee growers and the country’s economy in general.• High-quality Colombian coffee tasting
The Hacienda La Lajita is a large farm located next to the Topocoro Lake. It has beautiful grassland with an incredible view on the Topocoro Lake that was created due to the dam “Represa Hidrosogamoso”. The farm is the perfect place to do horse-riding (or drive a four-wheeler/ quad-bike). A guide of the farm will lead you to the best viewpoints of the farm.Hacienda La Lajita also has a nice restaurant with a small swimming pool for children. After lunch you will be free to have some drinks or just to enjoy the quiet atmosphere in the nature.
We will leave Quito early in the morning (07H30) and head towards Hacienda El Porvenir 3,600 m. (11,808 ft.). After a brief riding lesson, our ride begins towards the slopes of the dormant Rumiñahui volcano on exclusive paths inside the hacienda. As we travel across majestic Andean panoramas, we will see herds of wild bulls, birds and spectacular landscapes.We will eventually arrive near the rocky peaks of Rumiñahui where one can see 12 or more volcanoes on a clear day. Additionally, we will stop by Chusigmachai, or the Owl Refuge, before riding back to the farm house we will enjoy a packed lunch. After this visit, we can drive to Hacienda El Porvenir where you can access APU Mountain SPA wet area with no extra cost (massages not included). Then we will return to Quito.Riding Time: Five hours.NOTE: Horse riders can’t exceed 220 pounds of weight.
Join us on this incredible day trip to a coffee farm near Bogotá and learn all about your favorite morning drink!Every cup of coffee has its own story. From cherry to beans to grind: it all starts in coffee farms around the country. So why not come listen to this story for yourself? The tale of coffee won’t tell itself!
We are a team of Coffee-lovers involved with the whole process of creating this mystical drink. For three generations our family has been producing high quality coffee and exporting it to many countries. Now we have the opportunity to share all our knowledge with everyone visiting Colombia and do what we love at the same time. We are growers, farmers and baristas with many years of experience! Our deep coffee immersion takes place in Hacienda La Sierra, a beautiful coffee farm pretty close to Medellin. We have been growing Premium coffee in this land for three generations so you will find a lot of history in every corner. The Hacienda is filled with coffee crops, natural springs and paths through the mountains.