Archbishop Ravine


Silent Valley (Valle del Silencio) – Archbishop Ravine (Quebrada Arzobispo)



This journey starts by entering through the Silent Valley and walking along the river side until reaching the cascades. We go in crossing the national park and walk along the river until reaching the avenida Circunvalar. After crossing the Circunvalar, we go in to the canyon that divides Cable Hill (cerro del Cable) and Eagle Hill (cerro del Aguila). All this hike is along the river, so there will be moments that we'll need to walk in the water. This path goes through the native forest of the valley.


Duration: 4hrs


Itinerary:

7:00 AM: Hotel – National Park.

We'll get to experience one of the main parks in Bogotá and from this point we'll start to ascend towards Valle del Silencio along the banks of Quebrada Arzobispo.

Snack.

Return to the National Park by the same road.


11:00 PM: Arrival to the hotel.


Cost:

N° pax             Cost per Person

1 pax                    $269,000


2 pax                    $140,000


3 pax                    $97,000


4 - 6 pax           $85,000


7 - 13 pax          $60,000


14 - 23 pax        $49,000


24 - 44 pax         $38,000


Includes:

Terrestrial transportation Hotel-Park-Hotel

Certified Guide

Travel Policy

Souvenir

Taxes


PAYING METHOD


  • Deposit to Banco de Bogotá. Cuenta de Ahorros # 08328202-0 to the name of Colombia Oculta Ltda.

  • Send via mail ( info@colombiaoculta.org ) or fax 2405079 copy of deposit slip with name, id # or passport # and age.



MEETING POINT: Hotel

DEPARTURE TIME: 7:00 AM

RETURN TIME: 11:00 AMPM


RECOMMENDATIONS


This will be a walk at the rising slope of a mountain therefor it is recommend to be in good physical and health condition. We will star at 3600 meters above sea level and will reach the 3200 meters.

This will be a moderate hike and it will last approx 3hrs. Bring appropriate clothing for mountain climate like waterproof pants, hat, boots, sunblock, water, change of clothes, camera, snacks and fruits, energy drinks and personal documents.




  1. GUATAVITA LAGOON – ZIPAQUIRA



Guatavita Lagoon (Laguna de Guatavita)


In the sacred legends of the ancestral Muiscas, elders tell the story of how the cacique and his people would arrive to this lagoon in ceremonial mood to pay tribute. The cacique, who was covered in gold from head to toes would enter the lagoon in a golden raft and upon reaching the center of this lagoon he would submerge himself into the depth of its emerald-blue waters while flutes, drums and chants accompanied this magical moment.


Duration: 1 day


Itinerary:

Day 1: Bogotá – Guatavita - Zipaquirá.

This is a terrestrial route of approx 2hrs with a stop in a typical local restaurant for breakfasts.

We'll make a stop near the village and will visit the plaza de los artesanos.

We'll visit the Lagoon of Guatavita.

Afterwards we will visit the Salt Cathedral (Catedral de Sal) in Zipaquirá.


Date: Everyday

You can book this trip all year round by contacting us at info@colombiaoculta.org


Includes:

Private transportation Bogotá – Chingaza – Bogotá

Professional nature guide

Park fees and permits

Travel insurance Colasistencia

Taxes



Prices per person:

1 pax                        $575,000


2 pax                        $270,000

3 pax                        $190,000


4 - 6 pax              $150,000

7 - 13 pax             $90,000


14 - 24 pax            $65,000

25 - 44 pax           $60,000 


  • This prices include Tax

  • Prior reservation required

  • Make paymet to Banco de Bogotá. Cuenta de Ahorros # 08328202-0 to the name of Colombia Oculta Ltda.

  • Send via mail ( info@colombiaoculta.org ) or fax 2405079 copy of deposit slip with name, id # or passport # and age.

  • REGISTRO NACIONAL DE TURISMO Nª 16447.


MEETING POINT: where ever agreed

DEPARTURE TIME: 6:45 AM

RETURN TIME: 5:00 PM


RECOMMENDATIONS


This will be a hike in a high altitude terrain therefor it is recommend to be in good physical and health condition. Bring appropriate clothing for mountain climate like waterproof pants, hat, boots, sunblock, water, change of clothes, camera, snacks and fruits, energy drinks and personal documents.



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