Medium level walk with an approximate duration of 4 hours. You will leave the Reserve along the road that leads to what was formerly called: El Camino Misero, or the path of the masses. This is a royal road with a view of the Bogota River canyon and the Suesca Rocks. In one of its viewpoints they will stop to do an exercise of meditation, contemplation and silence. Later you will continue to climb along the same old royal road to the top of the Valley of the Halcones. Sacred place of the Muisca tradition, and one of the most spectacular landscapes in Cundinamarca. Later, the descent to the Turpial Reserve will begin, there the Community garden of the Reserve will be visited, an initiative that emerged in the Pandemic with the intention of generating organic food in food sovereignty.
RECOMMENDATIONS It will be a mountain hike, so you must be in good physical condition. We will be between 2,700 mots and 2,900 mots. You must bring suitable clothing for the mountains (preferably waterproof fiber jacket and pants, hat, high-top mountain boots), change of clothes, sunscreen for skin and lips, water bottle, camera, personal documents. Minimum age 4 years. If you wish, you can bring snacks or a picnic lunch to enjoy outdoors once the activity is over.
BIOSAFETY PROTOCOLS Bring a mask that must always be on. And another spare in your personal kit. You must arrive in your own vehicle. Only one vehicle with a maximum of 4 people per tour is received. Bring a bottle, hopefully a canteen (avoid single-use plastic). Preferably 2 liters of drinking water. Remember to wash your hands. Bring a roll of toilet paper and 2 red bags for biohazardous waste. The waste you generate must be returned and deposited in your place of origin.
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Price per person........... 62.000 cop