Colombia is one of the undiscovered gems of natural beauty in the world. From its Amazonian jungle regions to its incredibly untouched Andean regions, to The Sierra Nevada, the country is a fascinating place to get off the beaten track and get back to nature. Caño Cristales is a stunning National Park where the hiking is spectacularly pristine and varied, offering astounding opportunities for adventure activities, or a soak in transparent waterfalls. The main activity being, to totally enjoy the spectacular and unspoiled scenery. Visit soon before the word gets out!
Special features of our 4 day Caño Cristales add-on:
Type of Tourism: Nature, Adventure, Activities, Trekking.
Places to Visit: Bogota, Caño Cristales
Duration: 4 Days and 3 Nights.
Type of Service: group tours.
Accommodation: 3 star hotels and lodges at every destination that you will visit. These hotels had been carefully chosen and we can guarantee that you will feel comfortable and your every need catered for!
Today is arrival day to Bogota Airport, where you will take an onward flight to La Macarena. Upon arrival, you will be met by your local guide and head to the hotel. The guide will explain the itinerary for the next 4 days and answer any questions you may have. We will head out on our first excursion along Guayabero River to Cristalitos or by foot to Caño Piedra, El Mirador or Rio Bajo Lozada – These are assigned by the National Park depending on their days’ capacit...
After breakfast, we will head to the Guayabero River port to take a 20-minute boat ride along the river. We will then head off in a 4x4 jeep to the spring of Cajuche. To begin a hike towards Caño Cristales, also known as the 5 colours river, due to the rivers' red, green, yellow, blue and black hues. We will take in this beautiful river before we head off to experience a number of different waterfalls. We will enjoy a traditional lunch wrapped in banana leaves called "Bijaos" d...
Today we will head out to the Guayabero River port once more, to take a boat for 20 minutes along the river. Then travel for another 30 minutes on a 4x4 jeep to the spring of Cajuche. Today we will hike another trail designated by the National Park.