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The Botanical Garden is a wonderful place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Great place to view birds and insects, as well as to admire the beautiful displays showcasing flora from around the country.
This is must see in Bogota. You will have a friendly guide who will show you the garden and explain about the different plants there. You are also free to walk around and relax. I enjoyed my visit and that day they had butterflies exhibition....More
I loved last time was there, i take my cousin and her daughter, looking for someting different to do in the city, it was amazing, we visit different colombian enviroments, get relax and happy when we found the rose garden and green house with the...More
For only 2700 colombian pesos for an adult, this is a great place to come and escape the bustle and traffic of Bogota. It's a little difficult to get to, but it's possible to take the Transmilenio rapid bus and then walk through a series...More
It was nice to get out of the traffic and activity that is Bogota. However, if, like me, you are a plant enthusiast, then go with very low expectations. This is not a sophisticated botanical garden such as you'll find in Cape Town, Sydney or...More
The garden is lovely though not really different than other such gardens I've seen. However, some plants are more unique. Just being outdoors in a different cultural setting on a nice day was well worth the time.
A well kept and well organised botanical garden which shows the plants in Colombias different climate zones. The adults were interested and could have spent hours. The children (Colombian and Swedish age 9-17) were not impressed......
Roses, day lillys, calla lillys, dahlias, geraniums, orchids and more. All labeled and set up so you can wander around and enjoy them. Our hostess knew the names of all the more tropical flowers but I can't remember them. There was an exhibit which showed...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... 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)