Taking the kids on a trip? The Llanos Orientales are a destination to impress also the youngest members of the family with its wildlife, music, farm animals, cowboys and other cool stuff!
Here are our top tips, tours and experiences when planning a family trip to the East Colombian countryside and travelling the Llanos Orientales with the entire flock!
The term "Colombian Safari" was first coined at Hato La Aurora, Colombia's biggest privately owned natural reserve and Casanare's pioneering tourism project. Juan Solito lodge caters for visitors on-site and willy jeeps and horses ensure one gets even to the remotest corners inside this 18,000 hectare reserve and catches a glimpse of some seriously stunning and impressive wildlife including anacondas, capybaras, scarlet ibises, deer, wild boars, ocelots and many more - a true adventure and a good one if planned right. Here are 5 reasons why it can be beneficial to book a trip though us rather than venture out on your own or wondering how to get to La Aurora.
Is it safe to travel to Casanare? The short answer: Yes.
Casanare's image is only slowly catching up with what's it is really like today, a well protected wealthy department of Colombia under constant military surveillance that can be criss-crossed on public transport and by car safely in most parts.
Aventur Eco Tours is based in Yopal and helps nature lovers discover Colombia's Llanos Orientales through