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A nice relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of the big city of Bogota, A welcome refuge and calming place, only drawback was numerous spots in the park were cordoned Off due to construction or were not open. Safe place to walk and enjoy...More
Overall I found my time at the garden peaceful but a bit boring. There is significant construction so there were no greenhouses to visit and I found the maps somewhat confusing. I kept stumbling upon locked buildings on accident that were only for scientists. I...More
A great place to go to relax and escape the noise and pollution in busy Bogotá. Walk around a check out the impressive collection of fauna or just bring a book and relax. The gardens are very well maintained and there is also a café...More
Beautiful! Highly recommend a visit while in Bogota.
What I lovely way to spend 3 hours on Sunday afternoon. Even though a considerable portion is under construction, there was still a fascinating array of plants. Birds as well.
We lucked out on getting a tour...More
If you want to get to know local biodiversity, visit the botanical garden. It's a chill and beautiful place and a great opportunity to get away from the city's busy pace. I recommend this visit to all travellers. All the walks are easy to do,...More
This is a lovely and quite place! I try to visit it almost every weekend. You can see different birds (including hummingbirds). You are not allowed to introduce food in the park, so you cannot make picnics. I think that's why is soooo clean.
There's one next to it, belonging to Coldeportes institution, but I have heard is hard to get a place on weekends and hollidays, or when there are special events. At August 2018 there isn't any Transmilenio station nearby... More
There's one next to it, belonging to Coldeportes institution, but I have heard is hard to get a place on weekends and hollidays, or when there are special events. At August 2018 there isn't any Transmilenio station nearby but there are several SITP lines that take you there.
Hello! The entrance fee is $2.700 COP, (around $1 USD); children under 3 and adults above 60 have free entrance. The Garden is open from mondays to fridays 8am-5pm, and weekends 9am-5pm (closed first monday of every month... More
Hello! The entrance fee is $2.700 COP, (around $1 USD); children under 3 and adults above 60 have free entrance. The Garden is open from mondays to fridays 8am-5pm, and weekends 9am-5pm (closed first monday of every month, or first tuesday if monday is holiday). Regards!
Response from Anthony P | Reviewed this property |
I do not think the Botanic garden allows "pets" - then again, they might charge you a fee if they allow you to bring it in. I am assuming it is not a "service" animal (assisting a person with limited sight)