In the municipality of Mongui, department of Boyacá, is this wonderful place at 2,950 meters above sea level not yet known by many.
This moor is considered one of the most beautiful in the world and best preserved in Colombia since the country has 60% of the moors of the world and the rest are found in Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador.
Monguí is a small town of colonial origin that still preserves its cobblestone streets and with a monumental basilica is the closest town to the páramo de Ocetá, which is surrounded in turn by places that have a special beauty.
It’s like feeling the sky in your hands. Check your rates from Medellin and Bogota and discover how beautiful Colombia is.
Duration of the tour 3 to 5 days. Includes in its route Villa de Leyva, Laguna de Tota, Monument to the Vargas’s Marsh and too many places more