Cundinamarca is a biodiverse region, land privileged by nature, today is an attractive destination for ecotourism lovers and those who simply enjoy be in the midst of these beautiful natural spaces.

Useful information for traveling to cundinamarca

Population: The Cundinamarca are mostly mestizos and whites, but also there is population of indigenous origin. According to the most recent demographic census, 2,280,037 people live in the department, not counting the People of the capital.

Climate and temperature: There are 3 different climates in the department. Cold with temperatures between 12°C (53°F) and 18°C (64°F); temperature with averages between 18°C (64°F) and 24°C (75°F). and warm with temperatures above 24°C (75°F).




Natural parks: It should be noted that the department has important parks and reserves, which stand out for its natural attractions. In the case of national parks, Cundinamarca has two of outstanding beauty: the Chingaza Natural National Park, which covers 76,600 ha. Of solitary and cloudy landscapes, where you can observe diverse species. This park is considered a water factory, the largest demonstration are the lagoons of Siecha and Chingaza.

Another important reserve is the National Natural Park of Sumapaz, which Shares with the departments of Meta and Huila. It is located between the Eastern ridge and the piedmont ridge, and is one of the main ecosystems of páramo that exist in the country. Because it is such a rich and protected ecosystem, it has countless water sources, which is why it has been the object of conservation.

Location: in the central part of the country

Area: 24.210 km2

Country and area code: (57+1)

Emergency services: 123

Information: 113

How to get to Cundinamarca:

To reach the heart of the country, it is possible to travel along its main roads, to enjoy its different landscapes and climates, or by air to the main and most important airport of Colombia, El Dorado, Bogotá.

How to get to Cundinamarca by Aire:

The most important of Colombia and of great relevance for the region, by its geographic location in the country. It is located to the west of the capital, by the 26th street. They operate national and international flights to and from different countries of the world and all the cities of the country, which connect by land with the different departments of Cundinamarca. Currently it is in remodeling and modernization, which will allow it to expand its capacity in passengers and cargo. At the same time, it has an extension of operations of the airline Avianca, the terminal Aerial Bridge, where they operate exclusively the arrivals and departures national of this airline.




How to get to Cundinamarca by land:

The main roads of the country lead to Cundinamarca, which facilitates communication from any part of the national territory and its neighboring departments: Boyacá, Meta, Huila, Caldas and Tolima. Traveling on the roads of the department is a pleasant experience, because in a few kilometers you can experience different climates and, with this, the variety of landscapes.

The Transportation Terminal, located to the west of Bogota, is the place where all national bus routes arrive. It is divided into five modules, which are classified by color according to each destination. South of the country (yellow), east and west (blue), north and South American destinations (red), interdepartmental taxi service (green) and arrival of passengers (purple).

When to travel to Cundinamarca

Cundinamarca can be reached at any time. However, it is important to note that dry and rainy seasons alternate throughout the year. Droughts occur from December to March and the rainiest are April, May, September, October and November. But this can vary by climatic phenomena known as the Boy and the Girl.

Accommodation

It has different types of accommodation, for all budgets, in the different municipalities. In warm weather destinations there is a greater offer, from simple accommodations to luxurious hotels, with all the comforts and activities for the recreation of its visitors. Another type of more private accommodations are the recreational properties (country house or recreational farms) that are rented in several municipalities.

Health

The department of Cundinamarca has a network of hospitals and health centers with emergency care and outpatient consultations. In the larger municipalities it is possible to access private health services, which complement the care offered by departmental hospitals of second and third levels. This network is connected to the hospitals and clinics of Bogotá, in case it requires more specialized assistance or high complexity.



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