Cerros Orientales
Cerros Orientales
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Freddy H
Bogota, Colombia136 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
La reserva forestal protectora del Bosque Oriental de Bogotá fue declarada como tal en el año 1977, recorre 5 localidades de la ciudad y es el hábitat de una gran cantidad de especies nativas y migratorias de aves, así como de otros animales y plantas, allí confluyen la cultura campesina y la urbana en una comunidad que pertenece a la ruralidad de Bogotá. Los cerros orientales de Bogotá son emblemáticos y referente paisajístico y de ubicación geográfica en la ciudad, pero de ellos se conoce principalmente su costado occidental y una de las mayores atraciones turísticas de la ciudad, la iglesia de Monserrate, pero poco conocido es el otro lado del cerro, que alberga toda una gran diversidad de fauna y flora donde se pueden hacer recorridos de avistamiento de aves y hacia donde se dirigen los fines de semana quienes practican el ciclismo, en específico al lugar conocido como el Marqués del 11. La importancia de este lugar radica en la protección del páramo, de las fuentes hídricas, en la creciente oferta de programas de concienciación sobre temas ambientales y el ecoturismo.
Written March 8, 2019
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Diana 🌺
Bogota, Colombia174 contributions
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Sep 2023 • Friends
The visit to the hill must be scheduled through the application: Caminos de los cerros orientales. This app is from the Bogotá Aqueduct.

The tours are subject to availability, presented in the app, entry is free of charge. Please wear comfortable clothing, a hat, sunscreen and water.

To get to the area the means of transportation that can be used are: Car, motorcycle, bus.

The tour has the security and support of personnel such as tour guides, the national police and the Colombian army.
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Written September 8, 2023
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