Unique tours at Finca Momota
When you’re sitting drinking your favourite coffee do you ever wonder where it comes from or how it becomes that delicious darkness in your mug? You might be surprised at just how much it takes.Here at Finca Momota we offer two kinds of tour;
Coffee Plantation Tour: a 1 hour walking tour of our coffee plantation where you will learn and see first hand how we grow our coffee, harvest it, process it and make it ready for our customers. We will also introduce you into how we implement ancestral methods and permaculture design to produce high quality coffee, without chemicals, that contributes to the biodiversity of our beautiful land.
Duration: 3 hrs @ 9:00am
Cost: 30,000 COP
Private Coffee Tour: This tour incorporate the standard tour but Private!
Duration: 3hrs @ 14.00pm
Cost: 50,000 COP
At the end of both tours you’ll be treated to two forms of coffee infusion; French Press (a lighter, softer flavour) and Italian Cafetiere (stronger, deeper flavour) or Moka. All of this just 10 minutes walking from Salento town!
Coffee Plantation Tour will be @9:00am, daily.
Private Coffee Tour will be @14:00pm or have a particular timetable to meet we can be flexible with times. Feel free to contact us.
Booking: You are welcome to simply arrive at Finca Momota and we will try to accommodate you. If you prefer more security you can book directly with us or through your hostel/hotel.
What we offer
During the tour you can spot a large number of bird species and a variety of wildlife. We have over 36 Waxpalm trees in our land among many other native trees.
Taste two forms of coffee infusion; French Press (a lighter, softer flavour) and Italian Cafetiere (stronger, deeper flavour) or Moka.
Experience a family run business using ancestral techniques guided by local expertise. Our coffee is produced from 7 year old coffee trees descended from a line 80 years old, which can still be seen standing proud among their grandchildren.
Our coffee is produced organically and sustainably. We are working with reforestation, using ancestral methods of cultivation and using Permaculture design techniques.