• Paramo Iguaque

    Tunja, Chíquiza, Boyaca, Colombia .

    Los muiscas consideran sagrado este pequeño lago, que ahora está protegido como santuario de flora y fauna.

  • Casa Terracota

    Casa Terracota, Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia .

    The Terracotta House is a unique work of art in the world, created by architect Octavio Mendoza. It is a house entirely made of baked clay, featuring an organic and curvilinear shape that blends with the landscape. The house has four floors and covers area of 500 square meters, showcasing details such as fireplaces, windows, stairs, and furniture, all made of ceramic. The house is an example of sustainable architecture, making use of natural resources and respecting the envieronment. 

  • Pozos Azules

    Pozos Azules, Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia .

    If you are looking for a unique and different experience in your visit ti Villa de Leyva, you cannot miss Pozos Azules, a set of artificoañ lagoons that stand out for their bluish and reddish coloration, product of the interaction of water with the minerals of the terrain. Pozos Azules is an ideal place for ecotourism, bird watching and landscape photography, as it offers a spectacular contrast between the green of the vegetation, the blue of the sky and the red od the desert. In addition, it is a perfectspace for rest ans relaxation, away from the noise and stress of teh city. To access Pozos Azules, you can take any of the transport options available from the urban center of Villa de Leyva, such as taxi, bicycle, horse or walk, following the route to Santa Sofia and taking a detour at Kilometer 2.

  • Plaza Mayor

    Plaza Mayor de Villa de Leyva, Carrera 10, Villa de Leyva, Villa de Leyva, Boyacá, Colombia .

    The Plaza Mayor of Villa de Leyva is the heart of the town and one of its main attractions. With an area od 14.000 square meters, it is one of the lergest and best- preserved squares in Colombia. Its charm lies in its colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, and white facades that evoke the region´s historical past. In the square, you can admire landmarks such as the Church of Nuestras Señora del Rosario, the Cabildo building, and the stone fountain. The square is also the venue for cultural events, craft fairs, and gastronomic festivals that bring life to the town. 

  • Parque Temático Gondava

    Sáchica, Boyaca, Colombia .

    Es un parque temático que te lleva a un viaje por la historia de la Tierra desde sus orígenes hasta la actualidad. Aquí podrás ver réplicas a escala real de dinosaurios, mamíferos prehistóricos, humanos primitivos y otras especies extintas o en peligro de extinción.

  • Viñedo Ain Karim

    Sutamarchan - Sta. Sofia #Km 5, Sutamarchán, Boyacá, Colombia .

    Viñedo Ain Karim is a place where you can have an unforgettable wine experience. Here, you can learn about the wine production process in Colombia, from grape cultivation to bottling and labeling. Explore the vineyard, cellar, and wine cellar where wines are stored in oak barrels. Sample different types of wines produced here, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Rosé. Discover the unique characteristics of each wine, including their aroma, flavor, color, and food pairings. Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape surrounded by nature and tranquility. Viñedo Ain Karim is a place that will captivate you and leave an indelible memory. recuerdo imborrable.

  • The Santo Ecce Homo Monastery

    Monasterio de Santo Eccehomo, Santo Ecce Homo, Santa Sofía, Boyaca, Colombia .

    The Monastery of the Holy Ecce Homo, a historical and cultural treasure that will amaze you. This convent was founded over 400 years ago by the Dominican friars, who built it in a unique style that blends Arab and Christian elements. Here, you can see the original painting of the Ecce Homo that gave rise to the monastery's name, as well as other religious artworks of great value. You can also stroll through its beautiful gardens, where medicinal and ornamental plants grow. And if you want to experience something deeper, you can participate in their retreat and meditation activities. Don't miss this opportunity to discover the Monastery of the Holy Ecce Homo, a place that will take you back in time and make you feel the peace and spirituality it emanates.

  • Paleontological Museum

    Museo Paleontológico de Villa de Leyva, Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia .

    The Paleontological Museum is a center for research and scientific dissemination at the National University of Colombia, exhibiting one of the most important and diverse collections of fossils from Colombia and around the world. Here, you can see everything from marine invertebrates like ammonites, bivalves, and echinoderms, to terrestrial and aquatic vertebrates such as fish, reptiles, and mammals. Among the standout fossils are the plesiosaur, ichthyosaur, and kronosaurus, gigantic marine reptiles that ruled the Cretaceous seas. You'll also be able to admire the brachiosaurus, one of the largest dinosaurs that ever existed, and the mammoth, a distant relative of the elephant that lived during the Ice Age.

    Furthermore, you can learn about the geological and biological history of the Villa de Leyva region, which millions of years ago was covered by the sea. The Paleontological Museum is located in a beautiful colonial mansion from the 17th century, known as "El Molino de la Osada," which adds a historical and cultural touch to the place. The museum also features an interactive paleontological garden, where you can see and touch native and exotic plants that are part of the local ecosystem.

    The Paleontological Museum is a must-visit for paleontology and nature enthusiasts. Don't wait any longer and secure your ticket to the Paleontological Museum, a place that will captivate you with its magic and science.

  • La Portada de la Villa Thermals

    Termales La Portada de la Villa, Sáchica, Boyaca, Colombia .

    In this place, you will be able to swim in a complex of thermal pools with a temperature ranging from around 35 to 38 degrees Celsius, ideal for relieving stress, pain, and fatigue. Additionally, you can delight in the typical cuisine of the region, prepared with fresh and natural products. And if you want to pamper yourself even more, you can access spa services, where they offer massages, therapies, and beauty treatments. And if you're looking for a space for reflection and meditation, you can participate in spiritual retreat activities, where you can connect with your essence and purpose. Don't miss this opportunity to discover Termales La Portada, a place that will make you feel rejuvenated.

  • El Fósil Museum

    Museo Comunitario El Fósil, Via el Fósil, Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia .

    Museum El Fossil, a unique place in the world where you can get up close to the remains of an impressive marine reptile called Kronosaurus boyacensis. This creature, measuring over 10 meters in length and boasting a powerful jaw filled with sharp teeth, was the most feared predator of the Cretaceous seas. In the museum, you can admire its complete skeleton, which was discovered at the very site where the museum was built. You'll also have the chance to see other fossils of prehistoric animals, such as a brachiosaurus, an ichthyosaur, an ammonite, and a mammoth. Additionally, you can learn about the geological and biological history of the region, which millions of years ago was covered by the sea.

    Museum El Fossil is a must-visit for paleontology and nature enthusiasts. Don't wait any longer and secure your ticket to Museum El Fossil, a place that will amaze you with its magic and science.

  • Conscientia Universalis Park

    Parque Conscientia Universalis .

    It is a theme park that offers you a unique experience of connecting with your inner self and with the universe. Here you can engage in activities such as meditation, yoga, alternative therapies, hiking, and astronomical observation.

  • Centro de Investigación Paleontológica

    Centro de Investigaciones Paleontológicas, Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia .

    If you're a nature and history enthusiast, you can't miss visiting the Paleontological Research Center (CIP), a place that will transport you to a fascinating and unknown world. CIP is a leading institution in the field of paleontology, boasting one of the most comprehensive and diverse collections of vertebrate fossils in South America. Here, you can behold the remains of ancient inhabitants of this region who lived over 130 million years ago, when the sea covered these lands. Marvel at the beauty and diversity of marine reptiles, dinosaurs, mammals, and plants that were part of this prehistoric ecosystem. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the work of paleontologists who dedicate themselves to the rescue, preparation, and study of these fossils using advanced and rigorous techniques. Engage in interactive and educational activities, such as creating your own ammonite, a fossilized shell abundant in the area, excavating fossils like a professional, or visiting the laboratory where scientific research takes place. CIP is an unmissable tourist destination for anyone eager to learn and enjoy the past.