BOGOTA AND ORINOQUIA
BOGOTA ELEVATION8,660 FEET
BIGGEST IN THE WORLDTHEATER FESTIVAL
GIVES RAINBOW RIVER COLORMACARENIA CLAVIGERA (PLANT)
In the heart of Colombia is a city as rich and diverse as any you can find in South America. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Andes, it is as beautiful as it is lively. The country’s largest city beats with a constant salsa rhythm. Looking for Colombia’s best food, drink and nightlife—it is probably going to be here.
Meanwhile, there is nearby Orinoquia to explore, a gorgeous natural region where you can find the famed Cano Cristales (also known as Liquid Rainbow and the River of Seven Colors), dubbed the Most Beautiful River in the World. Beyond the river, Orinoquia is about the sweeping plains and breathtaking landscapes.
  • SERRANIA DE LA MACARENA

    An acclaimed national park, this has been labeled one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. Here you can explore grasslands, mountains, jungle, not to mention wildlife including 8 species of monkey, anteaters, jaguars and numerous reptiles. Of course, the star attraction is the River of Seven Colors.

  • WATERFALLS

    The Bogota region is known for its amazing waterfalls. The highest in Colombia, La Chorrera, seems worlds apart from the bustle of the city. While nearby El Chiflon is one such waterfall behind which you can actually walk and then dive in for a swim!

  • LA CANDELARIA

    The city’s historic downtown region, streets here are cobblestone and the restaurants, bars and cafes are in abundance. It is also where visitors can find the Plaza de Bolivar featuring a bronze statue of Simon Bolivar. For a traditional and authentic Bogota city experience, your visit should definitely start here!

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