We start the coffee tour from Bogota to go straight to Fusagasuga, a municipality one (1) hour away from the capital, with an average temperature of 20 degrees. You will discover a nice real LOCAL hacienda / finca of coffee, learning the all coffee production steps welcome by the Colombian coffee producers.The tour will start in the “hacienda” (coffee plantation). Rounded by a beautiful garden where you can appreciate the real native plants from our tropical weather.Afterwards, you will be introduced to the culture of coffee: its different types of crops, its different colors and sizes of beans. You will also could learn how to pick up the coffee and identify the best coffee beans. Then we will pexlain you natural enemies of the coffee (parasites) and the mutations of coffee plantsAs pulping, drying, roasting, packaging will be explained.Finally, the customer will test a coffee cup. Then we will offer you as part of the experience a fruit test and a typical lunch.
Ever wondered how Mexicans turn a spiky plant into their national drink? Free Tequila Tour by Casa Mission can provide you with all the answers. Are you ready for a real taste of Mexico? It’s TEQUILA time! Free Tequila Tour by Casa Mission is the only one of its kind in Cozumel. Here, Toño, owner and producer of “HACIENDA LOS 3 TOÑOS” in Amatitlan, Jalisco will take you on a journey through the making of the national drink of Mexico, and you will learn basic fundamentals, like how to drink tequila to best savor.
Are you ready for some FUN on a Pedego Electric Bike? We start at Pedego West Houston, then head a couple of miles away to Pane e Vino for some delicious Italian fare. After a short break, we head to the amazing Hurts Donut - Katy Texas to enjoy a few samples of awesomeness, then we ride around the lakes of Cinco Ranch and head to CoCo Crêpes, Waffles & Coffee for something savory and sweet. The final stop right next to where we started at Hacienda Real - Fulshear where you will enjoy samples of the best Mexican food around and maybe a Margarita (or 2 ;-)
Take this fascinating full day tour and visit Pablo´s most valued ranch on the country side, Napoles hacienda where he had a private zoo and his own plane track. Walk around his abandoned ranch and enjoy of a sanctuary of fauna and flora with a private bilingual guide who will narrate throughout the journey. Tour is limited to a maximum of 15 travelers.This tour will provide a great learning experience as to what should NOT happen in society and which characters should be the real heroes.Tour focuses on the victims by telling stories of those who suffer most, like police officers and government officials. Since there is no glorification, at the end you will understand how resilient the people from Medellin have been. In fact, it is the most innovative city.Entrance included with standard Salvage passport.Acuatic park not includedLunch not included
Tour departs from your hotel in San Jose. After a 90 minutes drive, arrive to the Hacienda where we start the tour.After arrival meet your English-speaking cowboy, who has devoted his life to horses, will welcome you and will consider your experience and needs before pairing you with the perfect horse. After receiving brief instructions, embark on your 2-hour riding adventure using western saddle. We run a truly authentic, ethical and non-touristy opportunity to see the real Costa Rica on horseback! With our incredible rides, rest assured you are in safe and professional hands. No matter if you are a nervous first-time rider or an advanced horse owner, you will love your time with us and our incredible horses.The tour will take you to the Mangrove, the rainforest, the beach and the River, where many huge crocodiles are easy to see. After the tour, enjoy a delicious typical Costa Rican lunch
This tour starts at the beautiful Hacienda of the XVIII Century, which is one of the most famous in the State. It belonged to Pedro Romero de Terreros, Count of Regla.We will continue towards Huasca de Ocampo, where we will see one of the attractions, “The Basaltic Prisms”. These 30 meters tall prisms are geometric basaltic columns that decorate the walls of the impressive canyon of Santa María Regla, with its walls bathed by the four waterfalls that feed the San Antonio Regla dam and the San Miguel Regla Hacienda.The tour continues in the English pantheon, where every grave is aiming towards England, and apart from enjoying the view, a local will tell you interesting stories about the place.We will visit the magic town of Real del Monte, here you will have time to travel the streets, and also 4 hours to taste (on your own) the delicious pastes, pulque bread, nata bread, tamales and many other varieties of the cuisine of Hidalgo. We will then give you free time to shop.