The only restaurant in San Andrés, La Portada can have lunch ready if you call in advance. Be sure to try the owner’s homemade ice cream. They are excellent. Also rents horses for COP$4000 per hour.
The park area includes four tomb sites, an above ground statuary and two museums. Measuring from 2m to 7m in diameter, the tombs are scooped out of the soft volcanic rock that forms the region's undulating hillsides…
To fuel up for the hike, head to Super Jugos in front of the park entrance for fresh juices and homemade yogurt.
Erithryna Glauci Will is a bar opposite Residencias Ricabet. The second-floor deck has great views, and if there are five or more of you, you can do a barbecue. The tienda downstairs sells snacks and drinks.
A couple of doors down Erithryna Glauci Will is Restaurante Café-Artesanal where you can get good budget meals. It also sells hand-crocheted necklaces and earrings, and chicha de caña (fermented sugarcane juice), a …
There are no tombs here but rather a collection of nine weather-worn stone statues, similar to those of San Agustín, excavated in the area and now thrown together under a single roof.
The most important burial site has 28 tombs, some of which have well-preserved decorations. Twelve of the tombs have electric lighting.
Up in the mountains above Segovia, this site has four tombs, though their decoration hasn't been preserved.
The most remote burial site at Tierradentro, El Aguacate offers the best views but most of the dozens of tombs here have been destroyed by guaqueros (tomb raiders). Only a few vaults still bear the remains of the or…
This site is visible from town and has six large tombs; two have remarkably well-preserved paintings. One of the tombs is closed because of structural instability and humidity, and another has caved in completely.