Cascada de Sueva
The Cascadas (Waterfalls) are surrounded by dense mountain forests that serve as shelter to the spectacled bear, deers and a wide variety of flora. The ancient paths that go through the region have a great historical importance since they are in a transit zone that goes from the country’s capital to the Llanos Orientales (Eastern Plains).
The region has main hydroelectric plants that provide energy to central Colombia. Winding rivers and deep canyons characterize the topography of this land. The hikes through the Sueva region are a surprising revelation of the power that water has over the landscape.
The cost of the hike includes transportation and tour guide. Each person must bring their lunch and hydration. It is important to bring extra clothes to change and the use of sunscreen is recommended.
It is located northeast of Bogotá, in the municipality of Junín in the Sueva region. This area is where the region known as Guavio begins. The richness of its mountains allows you to enjoy countless water sources due to its proximity to the Chingaza Natural Park.