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Duration: 6 hours

The  “Romera”  Reserve  is  located in the hills of the Sabaneta municipality next to Medellín. The size of the protected area is about 181 hectares and it is home to approx. 154 species, some endemic and others migratory. In four hours you explore the reserve on a trail about 5 km long and walk up from 2.000 m to 2.200 m in altitude. This site is fairly well-known as one of the best spots to look for the Red-bellied Grackle and the Yellow-headed Manakin. The ecosystem of Andean cloud forest also offers an amazing variety of Andean flora.

Trip Highlights

Including: 4 hours of hiking through forest with a difficulty level from 3 to 5.


  • Travel insurance
  • Bilingual attendance
  • Private transport & pick up service at your hotel
  • Visit of the Nature Reserve “La Romera”
  • Local birding guide
  • Map of the area and list of the birds
  • Traditional lunch **
  • Water & snack
  • Taxes

Not included:

• Activities or expenses not specified in the plan.


Price in dollars "USD". The price may vary depending on the number of people.

Price per adult from


Tax included

Shedule: All day(s)
Availability: Monday - Sunday
Location: Medellín
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