The Patagona Gigas, the largest type of hummingbird in the world, choose for their home the 4000 trees that stand on this property.
And they are not alone: about thirty other species have done the same; a credit to this property’s respect for the environment. The Polylepis, an endangered tree species, has also made a home here. The property chooses small neighbouring organic producers for its suppliers, helping them to develop. It also founded the Sol y Luna foundation, now a major player in local development. The foundation set up an intercultural school where children from neighbouring communities are taught many subjects including nutrition and foreign languages.