BOYACÁ – 5 REASONS TO VISIT BOYACÁ

 

Famous for its landscapes full of a wonderful green color, there is a place with the typical gastronomy of the region and the development of the first line of Colombian history. Its places of natural magic make a complete outline of the diversity that exists in the country.
On the one hand its temples, sacred places, historical sites and on the other the peculiar gastronomic range that represents the area very well.

 

1.VILLA DE LEYVA

 

From its still preserved colonial architecture, stories from the country’s pre-Columbian era are hidden. Noted for its gastronomic offer and for being a sacred place, it is the perfect place to do “everything”. Its versatility so that you can do adventure sports and be the perfect space to relax, make this little town a magical place.

 

 

2. SIERRA NEVADA DEL COCUY NATIONAL NATURAL PARK

 

With its charming waterfalls, lagoons and glacier mass, one of the country’s natural wonders is recreated as a natural park. It is the dream of any mountaineer and nature lover, just as you can find a place with fauna and flora of unique species, at the same time it has a mountain formation made up of 25 snow-capped peaks.

 

3. DESERT OF THE CANDELARIA

 

This area, although it is known as desert, is actually a long stretch of green areas washed by a stream, its corn, tomato plantations, among others, create the perfect setting for fans of exotic places. It is also called a paleontological area since fossils of Pliosaurs have been found.

 

4. TOTA LAGOON

 

This natural body of water known for its green landscapes and peaceful surroundings, is famous because it was one of the sanctuaries for the worship of the Muisca indigenous people. Ideal place to spend a family moment full of tranquility.

 

4. TUNJA

 

Being the capital of Boyacá, it is the most important city in the department. In each corner of this city is a benchmark of the first line of Colombian history. Her magic is that she was the protagonist of relevant events that brought the country to what it is today. The Boyacá Bridge is the most representative site of this area, since “The Battle of Boyacá” took place there.

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