The entrance to the famous hiking trails in Valle de Cocora.
Cows grazing in green pastures: this is why they call it Switzerland in Colombia.
Fog swirls around the famed wax palms, or “palmeras de cera.”
A strange place for a rock formation.
This cow is not camera-shy!
Following this cold, swift stream will lead you to the hummingbird refuge.
Butterflies resting on a rock.
Acaime, the indigenous chief who lived in this area.
Hummingbird perched on a feeder.
These flowers look like they’re right out of Alice in Wonderland.
And it’s almost as though they have faces!
Anyone for a magical mushroom?
At this summit, you are 260m higher than Bogota!
Looking through a pine forest.
Horses that are clearly used to tourists.
Waiting for a carrot or a lump of sugar!
Standing amidst the wondrous wax palms.
A quaint roadside restaurant where you can try local specialties like stream-caught trout.