The SpaceMy house is spacious and comfortable, but you may find it a bit primitive in comparison to life in the US.
We have large windows in every room which provide scenic views of the pastures, lakes, and horses.
We do not have running water but we do provide fresh water every morning from our lakes. Guest AccessGuests have access to the living room and kitchen. Guests also have the ability to schedule horse riding lessons or rent horses for rides around the 500 acre ranch property. Also, if your interested in eating fresh fish, our staff will help you catch fish for purchase at the current market price. Interaction with GuestsDuring the morning I work on ranch activities, afterwards my interaction with guests is as much or as little as the guest needs. The NeighborhoodIt's a small cattle town with no tourist attractions but there are restaurants, bakeries, pool halls, and bars. Getting AroundTo get to town there are public busses and transports that will get you to us.
Once here at the farm there are moto taxis to get you in and out of town as well as transports that can take you to other towns and nearby city Valledupar. Other Things to NoteThis is a horse ranch in a small cattle town in a third world country, I love it here very much and many guest enjoy their time here provided everyone is clear that this is not a hotel in a tourist town.
We have comfortable beds and hammocks, great scenery, hiking trails, fishing, and horse riding.