Just a 40 minute drive from downtown Bogota can take you deep into the altiplano national park of Chingaza.
And to the South, there is the breathtaking Sumapaz national park. Once out of bounds this is now a must see hiking destination near to Bogota.
Dropping out of the highlands somewhat brings you into the remarkably accessible Chicaque reserve where birdwatchers come from Bogota to get their fix in the cloud forest.
And bearing down on the colonial town of Villa de Leyva is the perfectly preserved park of Iguaque.
And here you have it, Colombia's very own lunar version of the badlands located just before you hit the city of Neiva. Referred to as the Tatacoa desert you can enjoy hikes, stargazing and birdwatching.
Other worldly and formerly off limits is the jaw dropping spectacle of Cano Cristales sits deep into the Sierra de la Macarena. Not technically too close from Bogota this can be reached by flights from Villavicencio.
A long time haunt for hikers and climbers, Los Nevados are within the coffee zone and can be reached from Bogota directly or more conveniently from Manizales.
Plan it right and come for a 6 day loop beneath the glaciers and peaks of the El Cocuy National Park.
The Chicamocha canyon is now spanned by an awesome cable car so for those of you not interested in hiking, there is an option!
At the end of this valley and near to the Chicamocha canyon you will able to enjoy whitewater rafting. Check out the Guanenta Alto Rio Fonce Sanctuary.
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