It is one of the most unique places I have ever been. The people are great the villagers and really nice people and it is the best to go the first weeks of Augest to see e Persadas and the March if you like astronomy if you really don't care you can any time and it is a save place... 更多
I stayed in the "Noches de saturno" hostel during my stay in the tatacoa desert but as I couldn't find it on trip advisor, I'm going to do it like this, mainly because I wasn't able to find a lot of information about it before going there, so I hope I can help other travelers who face the same problem!... 更多
I've arrived at Tatacoa's Desert Running 5Km from Villavieja, Time 30-40 mins Cycling 5Km from Villavieja, Time: 15-20 mins Motorcycle: 5Km from Villavieja, Time 12 mins Car: 5Km from Villavieja, Time 7-10 mins
We drove from Neiva in a rented car to the desert. It took us about 40 minutes to get to Villavieja on the paved road. We took two walks with a local guide through the "red part" and the "gray part" which offer the views of the eroded table mountain. At the end of the second walk, there was a... 更多
This is an experience you must make and during the night observe the night sky, but don't forget to bring your telescope to see the stars and constellations. Stay either in a hostel or bring a tent, that you can set up at various places for a very reasonable price.
A nice stop to break up the journey between Bogotá and San Agustín. Great for geographers and geologists as you can observe the results of gullying on a grand scale. Very pleasant to walk around and humbling to consider how high the ground level once was as demonstrated by the height of the tallest rock formations. Impressive cacti characterise the... 更多
I love different landscapes so while travelling in Colombia, decided to see the place as well and it was not a bad decision after all. It is a large land with cacti and sinuous surface. It's also possible to stay here and watch stars at the observatory, something i regret to this day that I haven't done...
If you are a fan of astronomy this place is a must!!!! Every night you can enjoy astronomy talks in which you learn a lot (even if you don't know anything about it). Astronomy talks are COP$10.000 and last around 2 hours. The desert is defenitely breathtaking!!! however it is a very warm and humid place, so it is not... 更多
Nice area, but just for a half day. Walk around, make some pictures and that's it.You can stay they for a night, but only do that if you need to crash anyway.
Very interesting; we found a nice guide (Alfonso Ramírez) who was patient enough to give us a tour with the kids. He brought us the first night to the stargazing activity and next day to the desert. Not expensive and good enough for a family with young children