One of the things that I had forgotten about Colombia was how to use public restrooms. Don’t get me wrong, I know how to use the restroom, but there are a few things that you must keep in mind when you have to use a public restroom in Colombia.
If you travel to Colombia, you will have to exchange money to obtain the country’s legal currency, the Colombian Peso. U.S. Dollars or Euros won’t be accepted.
This Ecovillage named Cochahuaira, is located in a perfect place with an unobstructed view of Lake Iguaque. During our visit, we learned that Lake Iguaque was considered a sacred place for the Muisca Tribe.
We enjoyed our stay at the Posada Villa Rouse. The views were amazing and we loved learning how to cook traditional Colombian dishes.
Horses are simply part of this town, so if you enjoy horseback riding, there are many Trails and Tours that you can partake in. I do them every time I go and love them so much.
Villa de Leyva is home to an array of extreme sports and activities such as cuatrimotos (4×4 ATVs), rappelling, torrentismo (canyoning), paragliders, extreme hikes, horseback riding experiences, bicycle tours, and more.
Within a few kilometers of Villa de Leyva and Gachantivá, there is a unique and magical place where you can reconnect with nature, meet a lovely person and begin to see the world a different way through the eyes of a campesina that lives every day enjoying the little things the day has to offer.