Nature, river and swimming pool, Finca Carpe Diem
Nature, river and swimming pool, Finca Carpe Diem
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We offer a beautiful and peaceful natural paradise with a large pool alongside a crystalline river full of swimming holes and waterfalls.

We set up a lovely hostel, eco-farm and nature reserve; you will arrive in a land of cacao, coffee and gorgeous waterfalls in Paso del Mango, which is a lush tropical valley in the Minca area.

We are surrounded by nature on all sides so you will sleep as a baby in this affordable King Size private room.


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1 Doppelbett (1,80 × 2 m)

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Nutzerprofil von Jen
Juli 2017
Nele's place is in a really beautiful and secluded setting. The food was affordable and very good. The owners are truly lovely. The hikes are nice, the pool is nice, and the nearby nature reserve is nice, though it is not a primary forest reserve -- it is a restoration area. Biologists who come here to see forest (like us) should note that the nearest primary forest is still a 5-hour hike ABOVE this hostel. Unfortunately, our room was right next to the hammock gazebo, and people were talking loudly there until after 11pm and before 7am. There was also loud music from the kitchen until after 10:30pm, and it only stopped that early because we asked them to turn it off. In sum, it was hard to get a good night's sleep. We were also disturbed by several very thin, hungry-looking dogs and cats wandering around the restaurant. They were lovely and friendly, and we fed those poor starving things despite the signs that say not to feed them (how can you not?). Something must be done about those poor creatures. We were also disappointed to find that Nele's place is very far from Minca, despite being listed in Minca. It is also not drivable. These details are in the very long description, but only at the very, very end, and honestly we booked these rooms in a hurry and did not manage to read to the very end. These details should be put up front.

Nutzerprofil von Emma
Januar 2017
Great location away from the towns and cities, lots of options for activities in the local area with lots of walking and swimming. Spent a week here and enjoyed being able to use the kitchen without any pressure to buy meals at the restaurant. The only downside was that the wifi was very intermittent, as we were so far away from the urban world. Thank you very much.

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Paso Del Mango, KolumbienMitglied seit Juni 2015
Nutzerprofil von NeleNele ist ein Superhost.

We are Kobe and Nele, two young Belgians, who bought the spot of Carpe Diem in 2011 from another Belgian couple. We decided to do the big trip because we felt in love with the natural beauty of Paso del Mango and Carpe Diem more specifically. Nature unbounded. Since then, we have put all our energy and soul in Carpe Diem and as such the place became what it is today.

In the beginning years of our stay in Colombia, Kobe wrote his doctoral research on conflicts and co-management in Colombia’s national parks, which is, by the way, the main reason why all Carpe Diem’s rooms are called after Colombian protected areas. In this context, both Nele and Kobe travelled a lot to all the outskirts of Colombia and are impressed by its natural and cultural diversity.

Nele started this adventure basically without really knowing Carpe Diem and practically jumped in the unknown…however she easily felt in love with all the natural wonders of this region. Nele also enjoys dancing and hanging out with friends and family, something she very much misses living here. Being here, Nele wrote her Masters these on teenager pregnancies in Colombia. A lot to write about it, as some 20% of all teenagers in Colombia are or have been pregnant.

Kobe enjoys working on the farm – planting trees, weeding, picking fruits, etc. with all the ups and downs that are well-known for small-scale farmers in less developed regions.

In 2013 Nele gave birth to Boris in the hospital of Santa Marta. Roxanne was born two years later, at home in Carpe Diem – a lifetime experience!.

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