Games & Adventure
The house has for the guest a variety of games and distractions inside and outside.
One day trips from the finca
Bogota was founded as capital of the New Kingdom of Granada the 6 of August of 1538 by the Spanish conqueror Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada after a hard expedition to the Andes.
It is the third highest capital of South America (after La Paz and Quito), since it is at an average of 2,625 meters above sea level. It is located in the center of Colombia, in the natural region known as the Savannah of Bogota, which forms part of the Cundiboyacan highlands, a formation located in the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes.
Because of its high altitude, Bogota has a cold mountain climate; Due to its low latitude it presents / displays a little thermal oscillation throughout the year. Temperatures regularly range between 6 and 22 ° C, with an annual average of 14 ° C.
Due to its location near the equator, it only has two seasons: rain and drought, precipitation is abundant from March to May and from October to November, coinciding almost with the spring and autumn equinoxes of the northern hemisphere, respectively, because The sun crosses the equatorial line and the solar radiation is greater, increasing the heat in the forest and favoring the formation of storms in the cordilleran zone.
In contrast, the driest seasons of the year are from January to February and from July to August. The mist is the most common hydrometer: you have 220 foggy days per year.