Description: Only 45 minutes from the big city, you will find a hidden gem of unsurpassed natural scenery. This andean forest in Choachi has spectacular views, greenery and waterfalls to amaze all visitors alike.
Availability: During the month of June, July and August trails tend to sell out completely. Please email us or WhatsApp us to verify availability before you make your tour purchase ;)
Difficulty: This trail is of medium difficulty with some steep, uneven and slippery surfaces so hiking boots are recommended. Otherwise, you can bring a change of shoes & socks in case it rains. You must be in good physical condition to join.
Note: With a minimum 48 hour request we are able to provide you with rain boots in most sizes free of charge.
Accessibility: Anybody between the ages of 7 to 75 years-old can join. We are happy to arrange a customized ride for you, should you have limited mobility or visual/hearing impairment.
Duration: The total tour time is 6 hours from start to finish with a 3 to 4 hour interpretative hike.
Departure: This tour departs from our meeting point at Movistar Arena (former Coliseo El Campin). We offer door to door pick-up & drop-off at an extra cost.
Location: Located about 45 minutes behind the Eastern mountains of Bogotá, Agua Dulce is the birth place of many mountain springs and waterfalls. To learn more about the Cloud Forest CLICK HERE.
Elevation: Maximum hiking altittude 3250 m.a.s.l.
Weather: The average temperature is 15ºC with minimums of 10ºC when it is cloudy. About 30% of the time we visit here we experience light rain and about 10% of the time we see heavy rain. Wettest months are April, May, June, July, October & November.
Covid-19: Choachi has had very low exposure to Covid-19 so the locals ask all visitors to follow strict safety protocols. We are expected to wear masks inside the vehicle. We will also disinfect our hands and shoes with alcohol at every stop
Includes: Private transport from Bogotá, a spanish speaking local guide, entrances and accident insurance while on site.
- Door to door pick-up & drop-off (depending on location)
- Bilingual guide in English, Portuguese, French or Italian (pending availability)
- Picnic sandwich (no vegan and no vegetarian)
Things to Bring:
- Rain jacket or an umbrella
- Hiking boots if possible (no open-toed shoes allowed)
- Long pants recommended
- Sun protection, cap or hat
- Trail head
- Departure from Bogotá.
- Drive through the Eastern Andes Mountains (45 minutes)
- 3 to 4 hour mountain hike
- Drive back to Bogotá (45 minutes)