THE CHANCHAMAYO COFFEE ROUTE
The farms of the Ruta del Cafe Villa Rica, located within the Oxapampa - Asáninka - Yánesha Biosphere Reserve, have international certifications of sustainable organic coffee and fair trade, thanks to their commitment to social and environmental responsibility
The Coffee Route is one of the most fascinating alternative tourism experiences in the Central Selva of Peru. The traveler travels paths between the jungle vegetation to meet the industrial and native farms in Chanchamayo and Villa Rica, where you can appreciate the sowings and transformation processes of one of the most renowned coffee shops in the world.
The Fundo San Jose Ecological Park & Lodge, is a natural paradise ideal for those who seek to enjoy the beauty of the exotic Amazonian High Forest of Peru.
Its facilities make the passenger feel part of nature and its magic. Magic contained in the ecosystem preserved impeccably. Being the heart of the farm, our beloved tutelary tree "El Potoque", ficus mutisil, which has more than 160 years. Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, exuberant flora and songs of a great variety of birds, which will make your experience unforgettable.
A few minutes from La Merced, capital of the Chanchamayo Province, in the Selva Alta de Junín, you will find a cozy lodging, located in one of the most privileged landscapes of Peru. An old house converted into a refuge, surrounded by forests and fields of orange groves. The traveler can enjoy the nature and share the daily life of a family of Italian immigrants, arrived at the end of the 19th century, to this generous and exuberant corner of our Central Selva
chachapoyas coffee route
Mainly in the Amazonas region are: Típica, Caturra, Catimores, Borbones. The diversity of combinations of climates, soils, rainfall and sunlight constitutes a favorable scenario for the cultivation of coffee. The coffees in Peru are Coffea arabica with different profiles of flavor, aroma and acidity. The varieties grown are: Typical (70%), Caturra (20%) and others (10%), 90% of Peruvian coffee grows under shade, mainly of legumes, at an average density of 2,000 plants per hectare.