Tucán del Caribe Nest
Terramia Estate is a unique ecological dome on the highest coastal mountain in the world, away from city life, it is the perfect place for all adventurous travelers.
This nest has two rooms, inside you can find a tidy and fully equipped kitchen (has a dishwasher), a cozy living room/lounging area, right in front of the living room window, there are several beanbags for reading, snuggling and relaxing, the perfect place to meditate, there is a large bedroom with a king size bed and private bathroom and another bedroom with two single beds and a low bed that also has a private bathroom. If you go out you will find the cool breeze of the mountains that will accompany you while you enjoy a bath in the jacuzzi with hot water, or a nap in the mesh of the catamaran, all with direct views of the Caribbean Sea and the Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta. The starry nights in the heat of our campfire will also be unforgettable.
In the kitchen you will always find coffee from our farm, salt and pepper. We have a water filter that you can use, our water is taken from a spring and is not intervened by people on their way. You can bring all the ingredients you prefer to your Nest, if you don't feel like cooking, don't worry, we have a delicious Menu: We offer prepared breakfasts and dinners and lunches to enjoy half a day at the bbq. We don't have a restaurant, but you can enjoy meals in the privacy of your Nest.
Our average temperature is 23 degrees during the day and 15 degrees at night, so there is no need for air conditioning or a fan. It can be very cold up here.
GOOD TO KNOW
During your stay, towels are provided every other day, always clean. If you require a change more frequently, please let us know when you enter
Terramia Estate is home to two German shepherd dogs Hassam and Dalia, they are super cute and cuddly, they are the best security for the night. Do not book, if you have allergies or if you do not want to be around animals.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
The view from the Tucan Del Caribe nest focuses on a panoramic view of the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta (freshwater) and the Caribbean Sea (saltwater), wait for nightfall, if you are lucky you will see Barranquilla emerge in the Horizon