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*<do name="Ecological Hike in the Humedales" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.colombiaecotravel.com/portfolio/ecological-hike-in-the-humedales-bogota/" hours="" price=" COP62,000" lat="" long=""> Who would have imagined that there exists a fascinating natural wonder right in the heart of Bogotá?  The wetlands of the Sabana (savannah) de Bogotá is where the rivers slow down a bit to rest on the plateau and “clean up”  after flowing down from mountains. The water then continues to flow into the valleys to rejoin with the rivers below, including the Bogotá and Magdalena rivers. In Bogota's Wetlands, one can encounter plants that convert pollutants into medicines and a natural water treatment system in the heart of the city.</do>
 
*<do name="Ecological Hike in the Humedales" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.colombiaecotravel.com/portfolio/ecological-hike-in-the-humedales-bogota/" hours="" price=" COP62,000" lat="" long=""> Who would have imagined that there exists a fascinating natural wonder right in the heart of Bogotá?  The wetlands of the Sabana (savannah) de Bogotá is where the rivers slow down a bit to rest on the plateau and “clean up”  after flowing down from mountains. The water then continues to flow into the valleys to rejoin with the rivers below, including the Bogotá and Magdalena rivers. In Bogota's Wetlands, one can encounter plants that convert pollutants into medicines and a natural water treatment system in the heart of the city.</do>
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*<do name="Free Walking Tour Bogota" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.beyondcolombia.com/" hours="" price="Free, with tip" lat="" long="">A three-hour walking tour of Bogotá's historical center, La Candelaria, seeing religious, political, cultural and historical sites. Tours leave everyday at 10am and 2pm in front of the Gold Museum (Museo del Oro) at Carrera 6 No. 15-88, at Santander Square. This is led by Beyond Colombia, ranked #3 on TripAdvisor, the best walking tour you will find. Along the way, the guide tells you the history of both Bogota and Colombia, the architecture and artwork, and does a Chicha tasting.  Free with tip. The city's official tourism information office also does free walking tours, generally in Spanish, leaving at 10:00 from Plaza Bolivar.    </do>
  
 
* <do name="Graffiti Tour" url="http://www.bogotagraffiti.com">
 
* <do name="Graffiti Tour" url="http://www.bogotagraffiti.com">

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