The views... they are -quite literally- amazing. I am still at a loss of words to adequately describe the natural beauty here. We didn't do the guided tour. It's not needed. A bus will take you from Medellin (or elsewhere) to town. From there transportation to the giant rock is easy to find. It's a quick 15 minute walk up... 更多
We took a cruise of the lagoon in a catamaran that included lunch and drinks. It was awesome ! The views and service on board was great !!
"Don't Leave Medellin Without A Visit To This Laguna" - I think the title says it all. It is really beautiful. Hard to believe it's man-made (it's a resevoir). There are day tours and overnight tours, or you can head to Guatape and stay there for a night or two. We took a day trip, and were very glad we... 更多
We took a tour with Maxitours and were picked from the hotel by our guide. So it started as tour de hotels in Medellin, then we stopped for breakfast at Rionegre and went to the Replica of El Penol for 40 mins. After that we went for a boat trip, saw Escobar's burnt out house and La Piedra de Penol.... 更多
The laguna is an amazing place to visit, you can walk up and down the boardwalk and enjoy the fresh air. The food there is awesome, make sure you have the fresh fish. The boat tour is not all that great, depends on what you purchase. I was on a tour and it was just a little ride around the... 更多
This place is a must go if you're in Medellín! I booked at tour with my friends because we wanted to play paintball in El Patróns casa so we did and it was all worth it! But you can take another tour with going in to his mansion. You'll pass by in a bout. That tour is beautiful as well.... 更多
Stunning laguna, best viewed from the 'El Penon' mountain. If the weather is good, you might want to discover the lagoon by Jetski. However, the temperature is typically in the low 20s and on cloudy days, Jetskiing may be a bit fresh. The nearby village is overrated in my view as the food is mediocre at best. Thus, I would... 更多