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El Parque del Café también ofrece a sus huéspedes dos shows de clase mundial.


El primero de ellos es el Secreto de la Naturaleza, creada con la magia de una fábula, compuesta por 24 animatronics y proyecciones animadas sobre pantallas holográficas, donde se involucran la flora y la fauna colombiana. El objetivo es ofrecer un mensaje de sensibilización sobre la importancia de conservar y proteger las especies silvestres en vía de extinción. El segundo espectáculo se denomina el Show del Café, en el cual


intervienen 22 artistas que narran la historia del café y de las tradiciones relacionadas con el cultivo, a través de danzas y malabares, con el acompañamiento de música colombiana tradicional y contemporánea. Este show ha representado a Colombia en diferentes escenarios


internacionales como la cuarta versión de Colombia Trade Expo Internacional, que reunió unas 400 mil personas en los Estados Unidos, y está considerado como una de las atracciones más importantes del parque.


Cada dos años, una nueva atracción El gerente del Parque del Café, Pedro Nel Salazar, está empeñado en ofrecer cada dos años una nueva atracción mecánica, para la diversión de pequeños y adultos y lo ha cumplido. Hace muy poco inauguró una nueva montaña rusa, llamada Yippe, diseñada para el entretenimiento en familia, pues admite personas desde un metro de altura. Su construcción se realizó durante 18 meses, representó una inversión de 6.6 millones de dólares y es un homenaje al yipao, un vehículo todoterreno tradicionalmente utilizado por los campesinos cafeteros, donde transportan todo tipo de objetos, desde las herramientas para el cultivo hasta los enseres de la casa. Fue diseñada especialmente para el Parque del Café por la empresa alemana Gerstlauer y actualmente es la única montaña rusa en el mundo que rinde homenaje a la cultura cafetera, indicaron voceros. La atracción realiza un recorrido de 515 metros, entre cafetales y bajo efectos de agua. Cuenta con dos trenes que representan el icónico vehículo de la región cafetera y atiende, en promedio, 800 personas por hora. La construcción “responde a las peticiones de los turistas de tener


atracciones mecánicas para disfrutar entre adultos y niños. Les estamos entregando a nuestros visitantes una nueva opción para vivir en familia”, dijo Pedro Nel Salazar Hoyos, gerente del Parque del Café, durante la reciente apertura.


Hace dos años se inauguró Krater, una montaña rusa extrema, que realiza


giros de 360 y 180 grados, con caídas de más de 90 grados, especial para los amantes del vértigo. Otros de los juegos favoritos de los visitantes son: Cumbre, una torre de caída de 40 metros de altura, a velocidad máxima y "La Broca", que es la montaña rusa más larga de Colombia, con una longitud aproximada de 1.050 metros y velocidades hasta de 80 kilómetros por hora; la parte más excitante es un mágico túnel que produce una gran expectativa y hace que la adrenalina fluya entre sus ocupantes.


It started with 11 hectares, where the theme was almost exclusively focused on


coffee production, but a few years later the current project started, which now offers three types of attractions: thematic, mechanical and cultural.


Thematic and cultural attractions Among these are the Rural House, the Indigenous Cemetery, the train station, the typical coffee town, and a 22 metre high viewpoint from which it is possible to see the size of the beautiful place that houses some 4,000 native species of flora.


Another must-see activity is the Interactive Coffee Museum, which consists of


four rooms for people of all ages to learn about the history of the grain, in an environment of science and technology, through an interactive tour that ends with a 3D video. Also available is the horseback ride and Bambusario, a vast area of land


where homage is paid to bamboo, which inspired the name of the recently inaugurated cable car, which has two stations, 31 cabins and five towers that reach 32 metres in height. During the inauguration, the emblematic Juan Valdés, the character that


identifies Colombian coffee all over the world, was present. The construction of this attraction took 24 months. Doppelmayr (Switzerland- Austria) provided it, through an investment of more than US$2 million, and can transport 2,500 people per hour. "It is one more attraction for each of the visitors to come to the park to enjoy,


and that gives the opportunity, through the tour, of knowing the nature of the coffee area," explained the president of the Board from the Coffee Park, Roberto Vélez Vallejo, to the media. The Coffee Park also offers its two excellent shows. The first of them is the


Secret of Nature, created with the magic of a fable, composed of 24 animatronics and animated projections on holographic screens, where Colombian flora and fauna are involved. The aim is to offer a message of awareness about the importance of conserving and protecting endangered wild species. In the second one, called the Coffee Show, 22 artists narrate the history of


coffee and the traditions related to cultivation, through dance and juggling, with the accompaniment of traditional and contemporary Colombian music. This show has represented Colombia in different international stages and it is one of the most important attractions of the park.


A biennial new attraction The general manager of the Coffee Park, Pedro Nel Salazar, is committed to


offering a new mechanical attraction every two years for the fun of children and adults, and has fulfilled this promise. The park recently inaugurated a new roller coaster, called Yippe, designed for


family entertainment because it admits people from one metre height and up. Its construction lasted for 18 months and represented an investment of US $6.6 million. It is a tribute to the yipao, an off-road vehicle traditionally used by coffee farmers, where they transport all kinds of objects, from tools for cultivation to household goods. It was designed especially for the Coffee Park by the German company


Gerstlauer and is currently the only roller coaster in the world that pays homage to the coffee culture, said spokespersons. The attraction takes a route of 515 meters, between coffee plantations and


under water effects. It has two trains that represent the iconic vehicle of the coffee region and serves, on average, 800 people per hour. Yippe "responds to the requests of tourists to have mechanical attractions to


enjoy between adults and children. We are giving our visitors a new option to live as a family,” said Pedro Nel Salazar Hoyos, general manager of the Coffee Park, during the recent opening. Two years ago Krater was inaugurated, an extreme roller coaster, which


makes turns of 360 and 180 degrees, with drops of more than 90 degrees, especially for lovers of vertigo. Amongst other visitor favorites is Summit, a 40 metre drop tower, and "The


Broca” which is the longest roller coaster in Colombia. It has an approximate length of 1,050 metres and reaches speeds up to 80 kilometres per hour; the


SEPTEMBER 2018


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