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Sustainable Tourism Bogotá

Lodging  

This tour includes accommodation in a cabin, fitted with a double bed and a private bathroom with a warm shower. 

Note: accommodation usually sells out during high season. 

Weather

The temperature ranges between 10ºC and 15ºC. About 30% of the time we experience light rain and about 10% of the time we see heavy rain. You must bring a rain jacket in case of occasional showers. The driest months in Chicaque are December through February and the wettest months are April-May and October-November.

Location

Chicaque is located south-west of Bogotá about 1.5 hours from our departure point. We begin hiking at an altitude of 2600 m.a.s.l. and the lodge sits at 2300 m.a.s.l. 

Difficulty

If you are looking for a challenge you will find the steep, uneven trails suitable. But if you are not up for a tough hike, there are horses or 4x4 jeeps for hire that can do the hard work for you.

Draft Itinerary

Day 1

• 9:00am pick-up from Bogotá (most locations)

• 11:00am registration and 1 hour hike down to the lodge

• 1:00pm lunch available for purchase

• 3:00pm 3 hour canopy cloud forest trail

• 7:00pm dinner available for purchase

 

Day 2

 

• 7:00am 2 hour hike through oak forest trail

• 9:00am breakfast (included)

• 11:00am 2 hour hike back up to the entrance

• 1:00pm lunch available for purchase

• 2:00pm departure for Bogotá

• 4:00pm arrival to destination

Testimonial

"My husband and I did the Tequendama Cloud Forest hike and it was amazing. Andres was a friendly and knowledgeable guide. It felt like we had been friends with him for years. Very easy to talk to and is in touch and has a deep respect for nature and the forest. He understands and can explain the different plants, trees, wildlife and their connection to each other. I would describe the hike as beginner to intermediate level. Not easy but not too hard. About 5 hours hiking each day. The lodge was beautiful and comfortable. We had a great time." - Aubree

 

Price per Person per Night

USD $240 in Spanish   /   $280 in English

(Based on 2 people sharing)

Includes

It Includes: 4x4 private transport from/to Bogotá, a certified nature guide (English or Spanish), 1 night's accommodation, 1 breakfast, entrances, insurance  & pictures of the trip.

It does NOT include: lunch, dinner, drinks, tips or add-ons such as zip-lining, horses and/or jeep rental. These additions can be purchased directly from the lodge and are subject to availability.

Note: Last minute bookings will probably only have a Spanish-speaking guide available.

Things to bring

  • Backpack (no suitcases with wheels)

  • Rain jacket and a warm sweater

  • Hiking boots or rain boots (or a change of tennis shoes)

  • Long pants recommended

  • Sun & rain protection like umbrellas, caps or hats.

  • Binoculars

Tequendama Cloud Forest Reserve

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