What you'll do
We will meet in the Bogotá downtown where we will present briefly, after that, we will drive to the Matarredonda Ecological Park where we can interact with a splendid paramo ecosystem, during the road to the park we will see the transition between the urban ecosystem and the rural ecosystem. Upon arriving at the park we will walk through one of the paths enabled by the park until we reach the Sacred Lagoon of Teusaca where we will perform a contemplation exercise and then we will share a delicious food. After this, we will walk to a beautiful stage enabled for the landscape in which we can make the observation of some birds present in the space.
Vegan snack Vegan pie with hot drink sweetened with panela
I am inspired by the contact with the communities and their struggles in the territories, I have visited different territories with the aim of building common-unit. For several years I have worked as an environmental interpreter in different spaces of ecological importance, especially in the city of Bogotá and its surroundings, i am convinced of the importance of recognizing nature as a carrier of messages. I consider important that people can know and interpret the messages that the territories preserve and that are the representation of the memory and the legacy of our ancestors
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Where you'll be
The Teusaca Lagoon is one of the sacred lagoons of the ancestral territory of Muequeta, it is located near Bogotá within the Cruz Verde Paramo, which is one of the most important ecosystems in the region.The paramo, considered as a "water factorie" is a space that invite to change the relationship man-woman-society-nature and that harbor a great biodiversity.
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Up to 4 guests ages 10 and up can attend.
Important: Get to the site on time and bring your clothes for rain.
Visit the Teusaca sacred lagoon