Welcome to Sugamuxi


There are several wonderfully preserved colonial villages here. While Monguí is the belle of the ball and Iza her worthy deputy, there are many other settlements worth a visit: Tópaga, famous for its devil sculpture inside the local church and handicrafts made from coal; Nobsa, well known for Boyacá handicrafts; and Tibasosa, the feijoa – pineapple guava – capital of Colombia.

Nature is another major drawcard in Sugamuxi, with great sightseeing around Lago de Tota, Colombia's largest lake, and an out-of-the-blue white-sand Andean beach, the 3015m-high Playa Blanca, sweetening the deal.


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