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The Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, declared a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1979, is the highest mountain range in Colombia and the clsest to the sea in the world, just 42 km from the coast. In the Sierra, the coffee growers are mainly indigenous people from the Arhuaca, Wiwa, Kogui, Kankuamos ethnic groups who tend the coffee with grat care, using organic techiniques that protect the environment.
It is the highest coastal mountain in the world, a unique place that contains jungle, forest and paramo at the same time, where coffee is grown under the shade of native trees.
More than 15,000 indigenous people have embraced coffee growing as part of their essence and cultivate with rituals a coffee full of flavor with a strong and intense character.