Not just plain(s) - As some of the world's richest tropical grasslands, Los Llanos, an area of about 375,790 square kilometers spanning Colombian as well as Venezuelan territory, are anything but simply grassy plains. Limited by the Andes in the west, the Venezuelan coastal range in the north and the Amazon in the south, they encompass diverse habitats and ecosystems that change their looks with the seasons: dry season and wet season. Here's a guide to the Llanos' different types of vegetation and sceneries.
Colombia is the world’s number one in bird diversity and thus a top destination for bird watching. While Casanare probably is one of Colombia’s best kept birding secrets.
From lush Andean foothills to vast prairies (‘Los Llanos’) leading right into the Orinoco region with its rivers, mangrove swamps and savannah forests, this department boasts with an abundance and richness in birds – from familiar to exotic. Here comes the ultimate sample list.
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.
The 44.450 square kilometers of Casanare, an area including vast plains, “Los Llanos” or also “El Llano”, savannah forests, big rivers and tropical Andean foothills, are a paradise for wildlife. We went on a virtual safari…
Lonely landscapes and a scarce population give way to a rich fauna that’s best watched from the back of a horse or the saddle of your mountain bike. Here are Casanare’s Big Five – the most iconic, typical or fascinating animals in Casanare, Colombia.
Aventur Eco Tours is based in Yopal and helps nature lovers discover Colombia's Llanos Orientales through