Paramo de Sumapaz
Paramo de Sumapaz
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melimevi
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I recently visited this gorgeous Páramo with a tour company called Skape Colombia.
They organized a bus and a tour guide. I think is the best way to do this hike trip, with someone who knows the area and takes care of all the logistics for you. Its about 2h drive from Bogotá so consider the return hours to the city to avoid heavy traffic.
It was a rainy day so we had the most amazing experience with a hail storm on the way up. It was an intense trail, I recommend wearing hiking boots, hiking sticks? haha and a rain cover too =) Gorgeous views, you won't regret it!
Written February 7, 2020
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PrivateGuideTourMarcelaTamayo
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018
If you like outdoor activities, this is the best option to get to know a new and unique ecosystem in Colombia, where you can have the chance to enjoy the fresh air and enjoy the tranquility of nature, and know why is so important care off and protetion this kind of ecosystems in my country.
Written June 13, 2018
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petrock58
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Jul 2017 • Friends
Sumapaz is the largest páramo park in the world. Covering about 250,000 hectare, it contains all montane habitats described for Colombia. But it also has agricultural areas, cattle, public roads and communities that oppose tourism, as they are uncertain whether tourism could restrict their traditional forms of income in the park. This means that, while the park has gorgeous landscapes and some vast stretches of original vegetation, it is advisable to calle the park offices before visiting, to avoid having to return from a nearly two hour drive, because you might run into protesters blocking the entrance. Otherwise, the park is a jewel. The first couple of kilometers driving in from Usme (the main access to the park), are beautiful high paramo plains, interspersed with lakes and peat bogs. Park authorities, frustrated with high numbers of weekend visitors that don´t respect any rules, have restricted access to some ponds and lakes and other areas. Still, it is worth the visit.
Written August 7, 2017
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