Buena Vista

Family representative: Abraham Guzmán


Buena Vista farm is located in the rural area of San Luis in Belén de los Andaquíes municipality, in the Andean-Amazonian piedmont of Caquetá department, Colombia. The farm has a size of 21,31 ha, of which 3,05 ha are of conserved forest and 1,36 ha of cocoa CCN 51 and Hybrid varieties in shade-grown crops.


I) Buena Vista farm is part of the potential connectivity area of habitat for the jaguar and other fauna and flora wild species.

II) Eight mammal species are recorded on the farm, among which borugos, ñeques, armadillos, tayras, deers, anteaters, raccoons, and opossums stand out.

III) The farm has one stream protected by riparian vegetation, 3.05 hectares of native forest with tree species such as ahumado, achapo, abarco, and 1.36 hectares of under-shade cocoa crops.




This map shows the general boundary location of Buena Vista farm concerning the jaguar habitat.



These maps show the distribution and type of land cover present in Buena Vista farm.

PACA – Cuniculus paca

Species found on the farm

About the family

Abraham and his family are true sons of the land, victims of the armed conflict and displaced. His father was a farmer at heart, while his mother worked her magic at home. Cocoa, a latent passion in Abraham, was momentarily overshadowed but eventually resurfaced with renewed vigor, symbolizing perseverance in this land they now call home, protecting the forest, water, and biodiversity.