Make your way through the inside of earth to live an extraordinary experience. This cavern is sculpted by El Bornego, a creek that runs throughout its entire length, spanning over 400 meters. For millions of years, these waters have eroded marble walls and crevices into smooth tunnels and monumental and galleries. Groundwaters filtrating from the ceiling have poured thousands of stalactites over the ages. These calcium precipitations serve as nesting ground for the mysterious Oil Birds or Guacharos (Steatornis Caripensis), nocturnal birds that use echolocation to navigate in the dark. Along the entire course of the cave, visitors will experience a myriad textures, forms, and volumes created by the play of light and shadow upon stalactites and stalagmites, speleothems, among other geological formations which will leave an unforgettable impression.
In order to get to the entrance of the cave, visitors have to hike along a trail that winds up the canyon for about an hour.
“Geological patrimony, unique among Colombia´s caverns.”
Total activity duration: 3 Hours (walking)
Effort Level: High
Minimum Age: 12 years
Minimum Height: 1.00 meters
Safety Measures: helmet and vest.
Indispensable: flashlight, closed shoes, comfortable & light clothing.
Not to take: keys, wallet, cell-phone, sunglasses or any other type of accessory.
Keep in Mind: Everything you take gets wet.
Book in Advance: To secure a spot, it is recommended that you book as soon as possible.
Observe recommendations from official guides.
Anyone who requires hydration has to bring their own supply of liquid, water in the cave is not potable and should not be ingested.