Hacienda El Triunfo is a charming 130 year old Hacienda hidden in the midst of the Tropical Dry Forest, near the colonial town of Honda, Colombia. In 1887, two Welsh brothers, Ivor and Robert Jones arrived to this captivating paradise turning it into a sustainable cattle ranch whilst conserving the surrounding forest. Since then, the generations to come have carried on with this remarkable legacy. In 2014, the Hacienda was declared a Private Nature Reserve, conserving 7,418 hectares of Tropical Dry Forest which is a key, yet greatly threatened ecosystem both worldwide and in Colombia. The Reserve conserves 5 endangered species, half of the endemic species of the Valle del Rio Magdalena and more than half of the terrestrial mammals of the ecosystem. The Hacienda is currently dedicated to sustainable cattle ranching and ecotourism to further protect this unique biome, as well the cattle ranching traditions kept alive for more than a century... two essential factors to our underlying purpose: be one with nature.
Ride through the breathtaking landscapes of the Hacienda
Enjoy the scenic mountains and valleys of the Hacienda on a Creole Horse. Ride through the beautiful landscapes of the Tropical Dry Forest surrounded by majestic trees and unforgettable paths.
Become a Colombian cowboy for a day
Discover a cowboy’s day to day in the Hacienda, whilst learning from traditional lasso techniques and cattle herding, a practise passed on generation to generation for more than 130 years.
Discover unique birds of the Colombian tropics
Hacienda El Triunfo is home to more tan 130 species of birds, including 5 of the 10 endemic species of the Magdalena Valley lowlands. Spot exciting birds such as the Colombian chachalaca, Russet-throated puffbird, Apical flycatcher, White-eared conebill, and the Velvet-fronted euphonia, amongst others.
Trek through the wonderful Tropical Dry Forest
Wander through charming paths filled with all sorts of fauna and flora including prodigious trees, cattle, horses, birds, iguanas, turtles, howler monkeys, and more.
Learn from the Tropical Dry Forest, an endangered ecosystem
Only 8% of the original Tropical Dry Forest coverage is left in Colombia. Make part of our conservation and investigation projects, and become an expert of this unique environment.