DEER WATCHING IN CHINGAZA NATIONAL PARK

Outdoor Activities in Bogotá

Image by viator

Tour description provided by Viator

Deer watching on the regulated trails of The Chingaza National Park. During the tour the beautiful mountain landscapes with steep mountain peaks and fields of frailejones can be observed. We will visit the Monteredondo area (administrative headquarters of the park) and the trail called Suasie situated in the middle of this nature reserve.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Caminantes del Retorno, BogotaFrom your hotel in Bogota City, you are picked up at 7 o´clock for the drive to Chingaza National Park, It is well known for their beautiful landscapes, conservative areas, fauna and flora. In rout to this espectacular and rich environment, stop around 8 am to take a typical breakfast, were you have the opportunity to taste the Arepa and caldo de costilla. At Monterredondo area In Chingaza National Park you will have a induction talk by National Park officials, that will give you a some specific information about the park and how to protect their fauna and flora. During this trip, several stops are made to take pictures of the beautiful landscapes and “white tailed” deer in their natural habitat, with some luck it is possible to observe the spectacled bear too. You are walk the Suasie trail (3 km) to appreciate the ecosystem of the national park. During this walk you will stop for take a lunch and spend an hour for rest and take pictures. After some time to enjoy the energy of the nature, your Chingaza National Park full day tour ends with return transport to Bogota Hotel around 6pm. Duration: 12 hours

What’s included

  • Environmental Management Charge (Reef Tax)
  • National Park fees
  • Bottled water
  • Transport
  • Caminantes del Retorno Guide
  • Hotel pickup
  • Hotel drop-off
  • Entry/Admission - Caminantes del Retorno

What’s not included

  • Breakfast. There will be a stop on the way to have breakfast.
  • Lunch. Each traveler should bring his lunch, there are no restaurants in the National Park
  • Snack
  • Gratuities
  • Insurance
Advertisement