Sueva Falls



In the NorthEast of Bógota, towards the road that leads to Guasca, in the region of Guavio, this  spot is located.  Bathed in the waters that originate in the Páramo of Chingaza, it forges the spectacular cascades of Nemustén and Cárpatos, hidden in the andean forest and populated by many species of birds.  This hiking is done in the reserve of ADEGRADOS, a community of organic farmers that have change their habits in order to conserve and preserve.  We go through the andean forest in order to cross an old tunnel of 200m.

 

 

Date: In private tours - Contact us at info@colombiaoculta.org

Meeting time: 6:10 am

Departure time: 6:30 am  On Time.

Return time: 6:30 pm

Price: Varies depending on number of people per group. 

Includes: Transportation, guide, park fares, security equipment, travel insurance, rápel.

Hiking Level: Medium-Strong

 

This hike presents a rising slope until the spot for the abseiling (rápel). Then we will cross the andean forest moving through obstacles using the aide of ropes, we will ascend to the top of the ericáseas and then will descend until the cascade of Cárpatos. On the way back we will cross a 200m tunnel and we'll take a path that will lead us back to the reserve.  The hike is 11km long.

The time estimated for this hikes including rest and rápel is of 6 ½ hrs.

 

 

INSCRIPTIONS

Prices include Taxes

*Reserve minimum 5 days prior.

    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

*REGISTRO NACIONAL DE TURISMO Nª 16447          

 

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS

 

Bring your medication if you are under treatment.

Bring proper cold for cold climate hiking and a change of clothes (sweatpants and tennis),  energy snacks, trash bags, water and sunblock.

    No yelling or altering the peacefulness of the place

    Limit your talking

    Respect for the people that live nearby

    No alcohol drinking

    Don't bother or capture the wildlife

    No recollecting plants

    No writing or carving on trees

    Don't leave trash behind

    During the hike no radios, cel phones, walkmans, beepers, discmans, etc.

    Use a backpack that allow you to be hands free

    No weapons

    We will be traveling in group so mind those who are slow

    Pay attention the indications of the guides and make you to inform them if you have a special condition.

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