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This place is really great to go see, the only problem which for me was a huge letdown is the terrible smell the water emanates. It just takes all the beauty away from the place. The house on the hill top was turned into a...More
Lovely place where you can see the nature. There is contamination but local people is working on to make it better. Great ecological work. Beautiful old house that used to be a castle. So much history!
Parking is limited, but most people just pull off the side of the road. There are lots of cool roadside eateries set up all along the highway. The view is really remarkable, and there are great views from multiple points besides the main hotel vista....More
It is a natural waterfall , to go to it should go around an hour from the city of Bogota , it has a Mirardor which is a historic hotel located in remodeling, and from the viewpoint 's fall looks Water. This is a walk...More
It's a magnificent waterfall during rain season. But the place as a destination is disappointing. There is barely any room to park or seat. Its very close to bogota so the time invested is not too much, anyhow try not to make it an only...More
Located about hour and a half southeast of the city, this natural wonder gives you a break from Bogota's stressful lifestyle! Get away from the "trancones" (traffic jams) and enjoy this simple, but welcoming landmark...Enjoy!
This place is sad.
I remember the amazing tales that surround this area and the waterfall itself, but all of that is destroyed in seconds when you stand there and smell how filthy the Bogota river is. If my memory serves me well this is...More
This place is really nice for you to stop in your way to mesitas or any other little town but that's it really, the place is ugly and old, the view is beautiful :3 but the water is disgustingly dirty and smelly, the museum is...More