Piscilago, Girardot

#5 of 22 in Theme Parks in Colombia
Have fun at Piscilago, a large water park and bio reserve dedicated to preserving native species. Splash around in the numerous pools and slides, varying in sizes and suitable for both children and adults. Ride the train that takes you on a tour of the park, visit the playground and carousel with the kids, or take a peaceful boat ride on the lake. Visit the park's bio reserve to view and get to know animals like flamingos, tigers, lions, ostriches, and many more. Add Piscilago to your Girardot travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Girardot tour planner.
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  • July 26, 2017
    The Park is very large, it is best to go a Saturday (that is not a holiday) or during the week, because of us er so is very full, if you're not affiliated to colsubsidio, the entrance is a little expensive (over 70. 000COP) without lunch. The Park is nice if your theme allows you to swim and explore wildlife so it is quite entertaining.
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  • July 24, 2017
    The Park is big enough, has spaces for all ages. The slides are designed to be enjoyed by the whole family, and even the little ones have also some spaces for fun is quite full, so if a weekend, is must consider the rows that will have to be for the use of the attractions. That is why, for those that this is a problem, it is advisable to go to the Park during the week. Admission prices vary according to box of compensation that it takes, and in case of being affiliated to colsubsidio, depends on the category of the same. Food prices seem rather high for what they bring, finding dishes from $17000 up to $19000, which come with no soup or drink, so I think that the food is one of the factors that should improve in the place. Overall I really enjoyed the visit, logistics and attention in the slides is very good, and note that they are maintenance and that attractions are safe. They are also another type of things such as the Zoo and the Lake for those who prefer quieter activities. It is a good place close to Bogota for a space of fun and entertainment.
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  • July 17, 2017
    The Park is large, it has good number pool slides and recreational spaces, the biggest problem that has is that on weekends does not supply for all those who visit it, and everything becomes a never-ending row, not to mention that everything is very expensive, since they do not let food.
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Where to stay in Girardot

With the seasonal arrival of city-dwellers from Bogota long-established, Girardot has plenty of accommodations to choose from. The neighborhood between Carrera 7 and Carrera 14 remains arguably the most popular, conveniently placed to enjoy the main attractions, restaurants, and bars. Plush, modern luxury options sit alongside trendier boutique hotels and the odd budget hostel. Elsewhere in town, the more spacious areas feature resort-style accommodations, while a few family-owned guesthouses lie tucked away in residential side streets, providing simple rooms suitable for budget-conscious tourists.
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