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Andes EcoTours

Bogota, Colombia
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About Andes EcoTours
We are a certified tourism company offering nature related day trips around Bogota. We specialize in off-the-beaten path nature destinations that you can't easily access by yourself. We cover all Andean ecosystems, from high mountaintops, to amazing cloud forests, to bird rich wetlands & coffee farms. We hike, bike, horseback ride and canoe through some of the most amazing and rarely seen landscapes. In addition, we support rural communities by partnering with them to offer a unique experience to all of our visitors. Your participation as a tourist will go beyond being a simple observer, to actively experiencing the land with its people.
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Ewess92 wrote a review Jan 18
9 contributions6 helpful votes
We met at the Hilton hotel at 10am, where two other people joined our tour. It was about a 2 hour drive out to the Coffee Farm, with a stop at a rest stop along the way where we got some delicious Bogota beef soup. Once in Silvania, we were guided by a member of a family that ran a coffee farm up to the trees on a short steep walk to the plantation area. We picked red coffee beans, and on returning to the restaurant went through every stage in making a cup of coffee (separating the coffee beans from the fruit, grinding, roasting, etc.) It was a lovely Sunday at the restaurant, with many locals coming by to hang out, order food, and drink some of the locally produced liqueur. We drove back and stopped at a rest stop famous for desserts, and were back at the hotel by about 5:15PM. Our guide spoke English and was knowledgeable about the process (if you need an English speaking guide you must book a. "bilingual" guide).
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Date of experience: January 2022
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Giacomo G wrote a review Jan 15
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Very nice experience, we liked the horse riding as well as the conversations with our guides. Stunning views! Definitely recommend
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staywild wrote a review Nov 2021
Sainte-Marie-la-Mer, France30 contributions8 helpful votes
The observatory is small but nice and has many different hummingbirds. The birds are free but attacted by some water and sugar mixture to be sure that the visitors will be able to see them. Unfortunately we did not see any other birds, unlike what was marked on the page. Therefore the visit lasted two hours. The guide was very helpful and tried to find other birds but there were none. Keep in mind that the price varies according to the number of people you will bring, so the price on the webpage is the minimum price when visiting with several friends.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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GeneralShamu wrote a review Nov 2021
New York City, New York705 contributions345 helpful votes
Did a day trip to Chingaza National Park to see the páramo while we were in Bogotá. The tour was excellent - we loved Hector (driver) and Cabillo (guide). Both were super knowledgeable about the flora and wildlife and were able to excitedly explain just about everything. Would not hesitate to do another nature based tour with them upon our return to Bogotá.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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afterglobe wrote a review Sep 2021
Toronto, Canada11 contributions11 helpful votes
Incredible hike through a unique Andean ecosystem. The tour guide (Camilo) and local guide (Don Jaime) were very knowledgeable and taught us a lot about the history, fauna and flora of the region along the way. The scenery is beautiful and we got super lucky with the weather (no rain)!
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Date of experience: August 2021
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