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$1,235USD

$1,615USD

Trips are available anytime 

Just let us know what fits your schedule and we'll be ready.  

What's Included:

 

Everything Included - Our trips and rentals include reliable easy to ride motorcycles, all riding gear, beautiful hotels, and off-the-beaten-path locations for an authentic experience Colombian experience.

Adventure Motorcycle

Unlimited Mileage

Accommodations in hotels

All airport and hotel transfers

 All meals included

 Fuel and road tolls

Protective gear including helmet, jacket, gloves, knee protection

✓ Rain Gear

 Cellphone holder

✓ Wireless / USB Charger

 Basic emergency medical insurance

 High-quality 50 liter dry bags

 Locking 50 liter top box

 Tire repair kit including electric air pump and tire tubes

 Luggage storage at our office

 24 hour customer support for any needs or emergencies during the trip.​

What to Expect:​

 

Our routes are made for intermediate riders.

The mild off-road sections are simply unpaved roads where cars can easily drive.

Rides are at a relaxed pace and our guides are very patient with everyone.

We calculate 5 hours of actual driving time per day but with stops for pictures, breaks and lunch, each day is a full 8 hours of being out and about.

There is always plenty of time to explore the towns and have a nice relaxing meal after we arrive. 

FLY AND RIDE

For maximum comfort and convenience, we recommend that you bring your own riding gear but if you need something we have quality gear available for you at no extra charge. Boots and pants not included.

THREE BOOKING OPTIONS

 

① All-Inclusive Guided Tours

Our all-inclusive tours include a knowledgeable local guide / mechanic, fully prepped adventure motorcycle, motorcycle gear, prepaid and booked hotels and all meals. Single occupancy hotel rooms- your own private room each night at no extra charge.

 

② Motorcycle + Hotels
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aka Self-Guided + Hotels)

Our self-guided tours include a fully prepped adventure motorcycle, prepaid and booked hotels, motorcycle gear, detailed route map, and 24-hour customer support. Single occupancy hotel rooms- your own private room each night at no extra charge.

 

 

③ Motorcycle Rental Only
(aka Self-Guided)

Fully prepped adventure motorcycle rental. All motorcycle gear included as well as 24-hour customer support. Explore on your own or with a group of friends. Let us help you plan a great trip.

19 DAY / JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH

Medellin, Colombia to Quito, Ecuador Motorcycle Trip

HIGHLIGHTS

Two Countries, One Trip: Ride a motorcycle from Medellin, Colombia then cross the border into Ecuador on a trip to stand on the equator.

Climb The Rock: Soak up “the most spectacular views in Colombia” from the top of famous Piedra de Peñol in Guatape, with its 740-step stairway to the heavens

Paramo: Fantastic high-altitude riding across the Colombian tundra called Páramo, one of the world’s rarest and most bio-diverse ecosystems – enjoy the country’s longest road ascent!

Devils Trampoline: Often touted as one of the world’s most dangerous roads, this is a biker’s ultimate bucket-list adventure!

Hot Springs: Soak up your weary bones in the sublime therapeutic hot springs flanking the glaciated Nevado Ruiz Volcano, at an altitude of 3,500asl

Visit The Equator: Stand on the spot located right outside of Ecuador's capital.  

Wax Palm Forest: Take a stroll through the otherworldly Wax Palm Forest of the Cocora Valley, home to the tallest palm trees on earth 

Scenery: Enjoy the kind of sensory overload that can only be experienced when riding through a kaleidoscope of landscapes, altitudes and climates

RIDE DESCRIPTION

Medellin to Ecuador - Just when you thought our motorcycle tour itineraries couldn’t get any crazier, we’ve gone and upped the ante by taking our most popular Colombia motorcycle tours and extending them southwest, all the way to the Ecuadorian capital of Quito, before returning north through a different route.

 

Ride to the Equator - With very little backtracking, a sensational array of unique experiences and plenty of time to dig a little deeper into the history, culture, and wilderness of this astonishing region of South America, our 19-day trip to "The Center of the Earth" is that perfect trip you’ve been searching. ​

ROUTE MAPS & NOTES

IS COLOMBIA SAFE?

The answer is a resounding YES. Colombia is exactly the opposite of what Netflix Narcos series portrays. People have to realize that Pablo Escobar was killed three decades ago. We've led hundreds of tours around the country and have never had any problems with security. 

Anthony Bourdain summed it up perfectly:

"If you want to find bad people in Colombia, you can surely find them, as you could in New York or Los Angeles. But nowhere have my crew and I been treated better or with more kindness and generosity. I'd bring my family on vacation there in a heartbeat. And hope to soon. As I said before: Colombians are proud. Let them show you what they are proud of."

ITINERARY

Day 0 / Arrival in Medellin

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Recommended Hotel:

Inntu Hotel Laureles

Courtesy airport pickup: Upon arrival at the José María Córdova International Airport, a driver will be waiting for you at the arrivals area holding a sign with your name and wearing a fluorescent shirt for easy identification. They will then take you directly to the Inntu Hotel in the Laureles neighborhood.

The Inntu Hotel is located in the trendy Laureles neighborhood of Medellin, a vibrant area known for its tree-lined streets, outdoor cafes, and eclectic mix of restaurants and bars. The hotel itself is a contemporary, eco-friendly property that offers guests a comfortable and stylish stay, with amenities such as a rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city, a fitness center, and a restaurant serving organic cuisine. The neighborhood is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, offering a lively and authentic Medellin experience with plenty of opportunities for exploring, shopping, and dining. Its central location also makes it an ideal base for visitors to explore other areas of the city, with easy access to major attractions.

Day 1 / Medellin 
Aerial Tram and Parque Lleras

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Inntu Hotel Laureles

Medellín is undoubtedly the one Colombian city that’s undergone the most drastic change in the last two decades and now shines resplendent as a beacon of tourism in the country. Like a bad kid turned really, really good, the city entices over 2.5 million tourists a year nowadays, with its young, dynamic, laid-back, and arty vibe. The Wall St Journal named Medellín the "Most Innovative City in the World" way back in 2013.

This is a great city to explore for a few days before the start of your tour! 

 

Medellín is one of the most picturesque cities in Latin America, set in a deeply carved valley and surrounded by verdant peaks – the view, from afar, is out of this world. We recommend spending the day flying over the city on the aerial tram on the way to have lunch in Parque Arvi. At night we recommend drinking some rum and people watching in Parque Lleras

Day 2 / Medellin to Jardin (130km / 80mi)

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Recommended Hotels:

Hotel Plantacion

Hotel Passiflora

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Overnight Parking:

Jardin Parking

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Medellín is undoubtedly the one Colombian city that’s undergone the most drastic change in the last two decades and now shines resplendent as a beacon of tourism in the country. Like a bad kid turned really, really good, the city entices over 2.5 million tourists a year nowadays, with its young, dynamic, laid-back, and arty vibe. The Wall St Journal named Medellín the "Most Innovative City in the World" way back in 2013.

This is a great city to explore for a few days before the start of your tour! 

 

Medellín is one of the most picturesque cities in Latin America, set in a deeply carved valley and surrounded by verdant peaks – the view, from afar, is out of this world. We recommend spending the day flying over the city on the aerial tram on the way to have lunch in Parque Arvi. At night we recommend drinking some rum and people watching in Parque Lleras

Day 3 / Medellin to Manizales (128km / 79mi)
Hot Springs and Paramo

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Recommended Restaurants:

El Ocho

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This longer itinerary south brings you to those sensational thermal baths high up on the side of Nevado del Ruiz Volcano. Enjoy the coolness of the higher altitude because you’ll be heating up in no time after this!

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Day 4 / Manizales to Cali (260km / 161mi)

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Today, kick it up a notch and head off early for the first of your long ride days. The road to Cali, from Manizales, is dotted with fantastic reasons to stop – all conveniently placed about an hour’s ride away. 

Stop by the northern shores of Lago Calima Valle for a refreshing swim. Bypass bustling Tulua and, instead, stop in the quaint town of Buga, one of Colombia’s oldest towns and a crazy-popular religious pilgrimage site.  

Cali is renowned as Colombia’s salsa capital (that’ll be the dance, not the dip!) and the hypnotic beat of Latin America’s favorite music permeates every corner of the city. Lively bars, street dancing, a modest Christ statue sitting atop a hill boasting great views, a quirky park filled with oversized cat-statues, world-class food, jaw-dropping churches, and outstanding wilderness just outside the city are a few of the highlights awaiting your arrival.

Day 5 / Cali to Popáyan (141km / 87mi)

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A shorter yet more dramatic ride-day awaits you today, as you start your climb up the Andes to reach the lesser-visited town of Popayán. 

 

Dubbed The White City of Colombia, Popayan is a maze of white-washed houses an unmistakable hint that this was, in the early 19th century, one of the most prominent trading posts between Colombia and Ecuador. 

Impeccably preserved and rated second-best in Colombia only after Cartagena, Popayán is the first destination we hit that’s way off the usual touristy path. Easy to navigate on foot and more-than-a-little blinding on a sunny day, the historic center is an architecture buff’s Utopia and boasts the highest concentration of churches in all of Colombia.  

Recognized by UNESCO as a gastronomic hub bar none, Popayan is known for its potato empanadas (empanadas de pipián), usually served with a spicy peanut sauce.

Day 6 / Popáyan to Pasto (257km / 160mi)

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The Popayán to Pasto road is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent in all of Colombia so make sure the sky is crystal clear before setting off. Given that both cities boast impressive altitudes, on opposite sides of the mountains, you can expect a truly epic ride day through what is, essentially, one of the most overlooked and underrated regions of Colombia.

 

Pasto is a pleasant mountain town that’s set in the high-altitude Atriz Valley and boasts an interesting history. The most enticing aspect, however, is the amazing Andean nature that surrounds it. 

Nearby is Cumbal, the southernmost active volcano in Colombia (which stands at a breath-taking 4764masl – 15,630ft) and the main reason discerning mountaineers head here in droves. 

Day 7 / Pasto to Ipiales (118km / 73mi)
Las Lajas Sanctuary

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The road to Ipiales (2,950masl – 9,678ft) is a biker’s dream: we’re talking over 100km of non-stop mountain curves, just the thing to get our adrenalin pumping. 

Ipiales sits just north of the border with Ecuador and is particularly famous thanks to the nearby Sanctuary of the Virgin of Las Lajas, perhaps Colombia’s most Insta-famous churches. The spectacular cathedral, intricately carved and with a richly decorated décor, was built on the side of a steep and narrow gorge above the Guaitará River, and is shrouded in mystical local lore. 

 

Whether you’re a believer (or not) matters little: the architecture and preposterous location of the church and its picturesque bridge make it an unmissable sight.

Day 8 / Ipiales to Chachimbiro (141km / 87mi)
Border Cross to Ecuador

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Border crossing day! Your ride is not too long today although it’s always best to tackle the usual border-crossing rigmarole early in the morning. Once in Ecuador (high-fives all-round), you can head straight for the thermal spring resort town of Chachimbiro, one of the least known and most enjoyable of all the thermal towns in this northern region of Ecuador.

 

Locals are huge believers of the healing power of natural thermal pools and really, after a week of riding the Andes of southern Colombia. So spend the afternoon soaking your weary bones and the scenery, and feasting on fried tilapia.

Day 9 / Chachimbiro to Quito (135km / 84mi)
Equator Crossing Day!

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The Ecuadorian capital is, in many respects, one of Latin America’s most appealing cities. Its setting is drop-dead gorgeous and its historic core as close to postcard-perfect as you could get. Yet it’s the distinct lack of tourist crowds, outside the main commercial drag of New Town, that makes it so enjoyable. 

 

On your way to Quito, this morning, stop by Ciudad Mitad del Mundo, the somewhat cheesy but certainly entertaining City in the Middle of the World that denotes the crossing of the Equator. 

 

Quito sits at an altitude of 2,850masl (9,350ft) and is overshadowed by Cotopaxi Volcano, the second-highest peak in Ecuador (5,897masl – 19,247ft) and one of the most active in all of South America. Once you’re all settled in and refreshed, take the teleférico (cable car) to Pichincha for a bird’s eye view that’ll blow you away; get lost in the cobbled maze of Old Town Centre and spend your evening strolling along Calle La Ronda and its wonderful array of food, souvenir and craft stalls.

Day 10 / Quito to Otavalo (92km / 57mi)
Otavalo Market

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Today, make a U-turn back up towards Colombia, not before stopping by the northern town of Otavalo, revered for its Saturday artisan market that attracts indigenous sellers and buyers from all over northern Ecuador. Brightly colored pottery and hand-woven fabrics are the best buys to nab here (and reason to leave half your bike-bags empty!) but the most memorable experience will surely come from your dealings with local sellers. 

A visit to Otavalo offers a glimpse into the more traditional and rural side of Ecuadorian life. Located 50 miles north of Quito, the valley is populated by some 45,000 Indians. Women with their distinctive long plaits and men with their colorful ponchos and fedoras, are among the most photogenic in South America. The Otavaleño’s weaving skills are legendary and the amazing popularity of their wares, with foreign visitors, has helped them keep their cultural traditions alive.

Day 11 / Otavalo to Ipiales (167km / 104mi)
Border Cross into Colombia

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We return to Ipiales today on what is, essentially, the only back-tracking you’ll do on this entire motorcycle journey.

Day 12 / Ipiales to Mocoa (218km / 135mi)
Devil's Trampoline

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The Devil’s Trampoline is often touted as one of the world’s most dangerous roads: a 70km (43mi)-long stretch of winding, unpaved and narrow track that seems to float in a consistent layer of eerie fog. Riding a motorcycle along this stretch of road towards Mocoa is possibly the main reason to choose this itinerary and, let us assure you, this hair-raising road with its blind corners and 1000 ft. drop-offs, will not disappoint. This is a biker’s ultimate bucket-list adventure!

 

The road isn’t as utterly insane as it was just a few years back. Today, a few well-placed guardrails and colossal DANGER! signs do make you feel just a tad more secure. 

 

By mid-afternoon, you should be sweating buckets in Mocoa, one of the many gateways to Colombia’s luscious Amazon rainforest. With a smattering of wonderful waterfalls, jungle hikes, and eco-adventure sports, there’ll be plenty to keep you busy here for the rest of the day.   

Day 13 / Mocoa to San Augustin (145km / 90mi)

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One day at low-altitude was enough, right? We hope so! After a hearty breakfast of fried eggs and plantain chips, saddle up and head back up those addictive Andes again, aiming for one of Colombia’s most fascinating, UNESCO-listed archaeological sites.

 

San Agustin Archaeological Park is bursting with pre-Colombian statues – huge carved stone statues that look like they are from Easter Island in the Pacific. This place is straight out of an Indiana Jones movie my friends! First up, spend a bit of time in the little museum found at the entrance of the park, and then take one of the many walking trails that guides you to the main part of the park, where clusters of statues and monuments are all within easy walking distance.  

Day 14 / San Augustin to Tatacoa Desert (269km / 167mi)

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The Tatacoa Desert is Colombia's second-largest dry area in Colombia after the desert of La Guajira and boasts one of Colombia’s most ethereal landscapes. Due to the lack of light pollution and clear, dry air, Tatacoa is renowned for offering world-class stargazing and home to one of the country’s premier observatories.

 

Reminiscent of the Badlands of South Dakota, the landscape is a maze of heavily eroded dry canyons and gullies. Exploring the dry desert place on motorcycles is a once-in-a-lifetime experience as is the chance to spend an evening stargazing in the company of avid astronomers. The Tatacoa observatory is open to the public although, if you simply wish to swing in a hammock and watch the sparkling lights, you can do that too.

Day 15 / Tatacoa Desert to Mariquita (350km / 217mi)

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Leaving the desert landscapes behind we head to the town of Mariquita. The town makes the perfect stopping point before tackling the high altitude ride to Salamina the next day. The road to Mariquita is fairly uneventful and is basically a straight shot on the highway, but there are some interesting stops along the way. 
 

The temperatures will remain high as we transit the Magdalena valley. The trip will be a 5 hour all paved ride. During the final stretch of the trip, we stop at the site of Colombia's most tragic natural disaster, the Armero Tragedy. In 1985 the dormant Nevado Ruiz Volcano erupted near the town of Armero. Recommendations to evacuate the community were ignored by politicians and town residents were not even warned about the eruption. The eruption caused a pyroclastic mudslide that destroyed the town of Armero and killed over 20,000 people who were sleeping in their beds. Today, Armero is a ghost town with the lower stories of buildings buried beneath the ground and only upper levels are visible. 

 

On the final approach to our destination lies the crystal clear Medina Falls. A perfect place to go for a swim and cool off if you’re so inclined. There are several nice hotels in town that have swimming pools so if you're not up to drive to the waterfalls you can simply relax at the hotel pool.

Day 16 / Mariquita to Salamina (188km / 117mi)

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Salamina Highs

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Overnight Parking:

Salamina Parking

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There are two routes to get to Salamina from Mariquita. The first one is the Alto de Letras, which is known as the longest road climb in the Americas due to its length and altitude. Topping out at an altitude of 3.692m (12,112ft), the paved road takes you from the tropics to an alpine climate in just a few hours. Not only does it cross the entire mountain range but as you increase in altitude you are able to ride through basically all the climate zones in Colombia, from the hot tropical climate in Mariquita to an alpine glacier climate when you arrive at the Nevado Ruiz Volcano. It's a beautiful ride but can be a little complicated due to truck traffic and tight corners. The weather can be cold, rainy, and foggy so bringing rain gear is absolutely mandatory. Don’t even think of going up there without it. After coming down from the pass you can stop for the night at a hot springs hotel in Manizales or spend time navigating through the city before making the three-hour drive north to Salamina. 

The second route, my personal favorite, is like riding through motorcycle heaven. Taking back roads from Mariquita to Salamina you begin a spectacular journey winding your way through central Andes. The road consists of hundreds of twists and turns crossing countless mountain passes and valleys. The trip lasts 6 hours and takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Colombia. The road starts out as paved but changes to an unpaved packed gravel road after the town of Manzanares taking you through cool climates and lush vegetation. 

 

Salamina is Colombia's best-kept secret. Tucked away in a far off corner of the coffee region, the beauty of Salamina is a sight to behold. The town itself is situated on the peak of a mountain, with entire streets sometimes appearing as if they are about to slide off the side of the mountain. Once we enter the town, we see why it has earned national heritage status. Houses climb the sloping streets with each one determined to outdo its neighbors. Elaborate woodworking takes the form of intricately decorated doors, windows, balconies, and zócalos (the distinct lower sections of the whitewashed facades). It's hard to walk the streets of Salamina without constantly looking upward at the flower-filled balconies.

 

A gorgeous bronze basin fountain made in Paris sits in the central plaza surrounded by tall trees and benches. In 1900 the fountain was brought to town on the backs of oxen and mules and since then it has become a symbol of the region. There are also various restaurants surrounding the main square where you can try typical local dishes, including the local favorite of steamed eggs (Huevos al Vapor), which is made with the help of an espresso machine. 

 

One of the nicer boutique options in Salamina is the Casa de Lola Garcia. Formerly a coffee hacienda, the owners have beautifully restored the house and converted it into a charming boutique hotel. The property is complete with spacious rooms, king-sized beds, and a beautiful courtyard with jasmine trees and a jacuzzi. The hotel has a perfect location and is only a two-minute walk from the main square.

Day 17 / Salamina to Sonsón (87km / 54mi)

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Recommended Hotels:

El Tesoro

Tahami

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Sonson Parking​

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Recommended Restaurants:

La Gloria

Gourmet

Pizza Orange

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Today we ride to the former guerilla conflict zone of Sonsón. Sonsón has been off-limits for decades due to guerilla activity. Although it's safe now there is very little information on the internet about the area. Consequently, it’s untouched by tourism which makes it the perfect place to get an authentic taste of Colombia. We’ll even meet some people conducting demining operations and learn about their efforts to remove leftover anti-personnel landmines from the area. You’ll get the chance to hold deactivated landmines that have been recovered.  Yep, there are still landmines out here. This is a rare opportunity that you won’t get in any other country in the region. 

 

This ride is rugged and will be all off-road, but not difficult or technical. Some sections may be a little steep and other sections may have gravel. There will be some significant altitude changes and the going will be slower due to changing unpaved road surfaces. The route takes us through bamboo forest, banana plantations, and once we get higher, through coffee farms. 

 

The town of Sonsón is located at a high elevation but we’re going to climb even higher. The Paramo de Sonsón is a lookout point that stands at over 10,000ft in elevation. The lookout has a scenic view of the fog rolling across the cloud forest and nearby valley. By now it will be late afternoon and we’ll head back to town to check in to our hotel and grab a pizza and a beer. 

 

We stay at the El Tesoro hotel located on the main square. This is a 200-year-old mansion that has been converted into a unique hotel. Unlike other hotels, this one hasn't been updated and still retains its original charm. In addition, the hotel is somewhat of a museum and is filled with an eclectic collection of antiques. Looking over everything will keep you captivated for hours. 

 

Located next door to the hotel is a great pizza restaurant. From the second-story balcony, we can enjoy a brick oven pizza while people-watching on the main square. Sonsón leaves the warm weather of Guatapé behind. Located at 8,100ft you’ll want to bring a jacket because it's going to be cold at night.

Day 18 / Sonsón to Guatapé  (140km / 87mi)
Climb the Rock

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Zocalo Campestre

The gorgeous town of Guatapé is a leisurely 2hr-ride away from Medellín (paved all the way) and makes for a fantastic ‘lunch’ outing and makes for a great intro to touring Colombia.

It’s safe to say that pretty much all the towns in Colombia are beautiful and this one is no exception; the only difference is that here you can visit the famous Piedra del Peñol. This high granite monolith (technically an inselberg) rises from near the edge of a man-made lake, the Embalse Guatapé. A brick staircase of 659 steps rises up through a broad fissure on the side of the rock. From the top, you’ll soak up magnificent views of this fertile region, the fingers of the lake sprawling amid a vast expanse of green mountains.

 

After coming down, find a spot in the restaurant below, that boasts a view of the lake. Order up a huge bandeja paisa complete with beans, rice, chorizo and avocado, and of course a cold beer or guanabana juice. 

 

Some tourist attractions are just too good to ignore!

Day 19 / Guatapé to Medellín  (100km / 62mi)

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Diez Hotel Categoria

The day no-one ever looks forward to! This morning, after a lazy breakfast, you can head home to Medellín and bring this unforgettable adventure to an end.

 

As you may already know, the best way to tackle the post-trip blues is to get stuck into the planning of the next one!

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Trips are available anytime 

Just let us know what fits your schedule and we'll be ready.  

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