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Cascada La Chorrera

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Choachi, Colombia
+57 301 3212100
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La Chorrera and El Chiflón Waterfall Hiking Adventure from Bogotá
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La Chorrera Adventure Park Day Trip from Bogotá
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Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Located just 90 min away from Bogota, on the other side of the mountain taking the road to Choachi. Good road, beautiful views and great hike in a cloud forest to finally reach the highest fall in Colombia. Plan to get there early, 9 am...More

1  Thank Gabriela S
Reviewed 6 July 2017

I went there for three days with Tip-Top backpackers and stayed at La-Chorrera guest house which is located right at the entrance of the trek. Had a beautiful view of the fall from my bedroom. The place has many more things to offer other than...More

Thank thesolespeaks
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Our family of four recently hiked La Chorrera on a guided tour from Bogota. We loved it, great fun, moderately challenging and spectacular views. Great way to see another side of the beautiful country just outside Bogota.

1  Thank GGMiami
Reviewed 22 March 2017

We were pleasantly surprised! My family of 5 adults visited La Chorrera on a Friday around 3pm. Even though they told us that it was too late to do a tour, they offered us to go to "El Chiflon" which is the shortest tour. I...More

1  Thank Mschoe
Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

I wen on my last trip to bogota. It was an excellent choice to go out of the city. The hike was pretty heavy for me at some parts because of altitude. But it was very much worth it. The views were amazing and the...More

1  Thank Janice H
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

You do not need a tour guide. LOL. This is one of the clearest most well marked hikes I have done in Central/South America, its great for all ages and all kinds of activity levels. Try to go on a sunny, dry day to avoid...More

5  Thank Amber M
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

It was and arduous three hours hike up the country side that was well worth it. You will enjoy the picturesque view of the Andes as you get to beautiful falls. After reaching this breathtaking creation of nation you take a moment just to be...More

Thank SidAlbury242
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We went with 'Bogotá and Beyond', and I can heartily recommend them. There were just the two of us, and we were picked up at our hotel by the guide and his father, who was the driver. The guide, Alejandro, spoke excellent English, and his...More

Thank hilgriff
Reviewed 13 September 2016

We were told one of the highest water falls around the world. Voluntary organisation of th villages around who are motivated to protect bio diversity is very impressive. Public around the world should visit once here. Trecking up on the hill may not be easy...More

1  Thank DrAcharya
Reviewed 9 August 2016

we had a personal guide through Viatour.I am a middle aged, reasonably fit [run 3 miles twice a week and walk 3 miles almost every day]- but i found the hike pretty tough-it is a muddy slippery,rocky climb up the trail-critical to have a good...More

1  Thank cmanjula
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Robert H
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Yes, a hike a experienced hiker can do alone. Is better go early in the morning
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