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Trekking in the paramo de octa Oceta is considered one of the most beautiful paramos in the world. Trekking - Ecological hike, to develop this activity a specialized guide will lead you through this place, with the possibility of doing it any day of...more
I did the trekking of the Paramo with Maria’s daughter Esmeralda, who, just like her name, is an absolute gem! Both mother and daughter are fantastic guides, very passionate about the protection of the unique Paramo landscapes and the remnants of the Muisca culture of...More
The Paramo is absolutely beautiful! I went with Maria as a guide (together with one more girl), and she is amazing. The girl and I both don’t speak Spanish very well, but because Maria explained everything really simple, I could understand almost everything she told...More
We did this hike in August 2018.
The hike starts from Mongui. Mongui is a tiny town but offers accommodation. We slept in Sogamoso and via our hostel we arranged a taxi to bring us to Mongui (1h drive max).
Once we arrived in Mongui...More
A stunning hike, worth it even though the rain / fog.
I caught a bus from Sogamoso (takes about 1 hour $4000) arriving in Mongui at 10. After consulting reviews and looking at Maps me I choose to go solo- have minimal Spanish so wasn't...More
Páramo de Ocetá is fantastic. One of the best landscapes we’ve ever seen. We hired the best local guide ever! His name is EMIGDIO, and his company is TURISMONGUÍ. Just a few metres from the main square in Monguí. He told us so much about...More
We walked 2 hours by ourselves before being stop by some guy telling us that we had to go back to mongui to hire a mandatory guide for 40'000 pesos / person. Hiring a guide is totally unnecessary, the path is very clear and everything...More
We got a lift up to the start of the hike, glad we did as we were struggling with the altitude.
The hike through the Frailejones was great having only seen the ground high ones before.
I am sure our guide would have liked to...More
We visited the Paramo de Oceta with a guide of Mongui Travels (the office is at the main square, next to the tourist information). To be honest, most of the track is in maps.me. But the guide (Camilo) gave a lot of information (about plants,...More
This hike was one of the best I have ever done, mostly because our guide, Maria, is so passionate about the region and her work. She believes in protecting the Paramo and is a voice for the voiceless land. She shared much of her Muisca...More
I went with some friends, we found a guide Named Jose he was super nice, he explained us everything, he was also the park ranger, he explained us about the importance of having a guide. For me a guide was pretty useful you can get...More