This is a nice trip to do on your own, when you have a few hours to spare. Good way to see some of Medellin, and get out into the country side to see some native fauna.
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About Parque Arvi
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Arvi, accessible via the Metrocable - a spectacular hillside ride - is a very large park on the fringes of Medellin. Upon reaching the final station/entrance you will find a famers market and information centre. Beyond that you can choose to walk in two different...More
This park offers both paid activities and nice peaceful quiet walks away from the crowds in acres of beautiful forest high above Medellin. The gondola trip to the park alone is worth the time. We could have spent days in this park and not grown...More
My cousin and I took a trip to Parque Arvi. We expected to spend at least a half day there, but upon arrival it was soon realized that there's not much to do without a tour guide. We did walk to the main road entrance...More
Pretty park accessed by the cable car. It was quiet, a good place for a visit to get away from the city. There was a little market and hiking.
This was a great opportunity to get out of the city and experience the clean air and nature of Medellin. Traveling to Parque Arvi was easy using the Metro system. We took the train on the B line to San Antonio then transferred to the...More
Perhaps misguidedly, my husband and I expected some nature trail hiking which we found could only be done with a guide. Without one, the options are very limited. We also expected an interesting trip on the cable car. Coming up was great but when thunderstorms...More
HOW TO GET THERE: Take the metro to the stop "Acevedo", then take the metrocable "linea K", switch to "linea L" at the top. At the end of "Linea L" you find Parque Arvi. "Linea L" costs 5200 one way, btw. There is supposedly a...More