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Colombia maintains the largest diversity of bird species in the world, more than 1800!

Los Nevados National Park is located in the central mountain range of the Colombian Andes, between Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío and Tolima departments. Within the park boundaries one can find three snow-covered volcanoes (Ruiz, Santa Isabel and Tolima), large expanses of paramo), forests, lakes and streams, where a diverse array of animal and plant species coexist. The park spans an area of 583 km2 (225 sq mi), with a maximum altitude of 5,321 meters (1,053 feet) above the sea level at the top of the snowed volcano of El Ruiz, and a minimum altitude of 2,600 meters (8,530 feet).

This excursion is a magical four-day trek that starts at the Cocora Valley, crosses cloud forests, climbs up to the paramo, skirts the Nevado del Tolima volcano, reaches Cañón hot springs, and finishes back at the Cocora Valley through a different route.

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Best season: December to March and July to September

The trip includes: Explorer Leader for the entire trip, insurance, return transport from Medellin or Bogota would cost average 230USD with private transport, all meals on the mountain (camping), 5 bags with snacks for the trekking days, hydration drinks, mules for carrying the luggage.

Entrance to Los Nevados National Park, camping tents, and all kitchen accessories needed for the trip.

Technical equipment available for rent: crampons, ice axes, ropes, harnesses, gaiters, etc.

Not included: food on the road or non-specified expenses.


Bring three layers of specialized clothes for cold and wet weather at mountain altitudes between 2000mts (6560Feet) to 5000mts (16400feet), where we will face cold temperatures between -6C° (21F°) and 15C° (60F°) plus the occasional wind chill factor. We should also bring protection against sun, wind and rain.



City of origin – Salento – El Cocora Valley

Early in the morning we will meet at the southern bus terminal in Medellin and take a bus to the town of Salento. There, a traditional Willys jeep will take us to the beautiful Cocora Valley where we will set up our first camp. The rest of the afternoon will be given over to enjoying the landscape, taking pictures and relaxing, given that the trekking will start the next day.

The trip from Medellin to the El Cocora Valley via Salento takes about seven hours by public transport.

Note: Those not embarking from Medellin may travel to Salento by their own means and start the trip from there.


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