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Pozos Azules, Villa de Leyva

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Take a hike through the hills as you observe the lakes of Pozos Azules. Embark on a trek that takes you between the various lakes, which feature differently colored water due to the minerals. Swim in the blue or green lakes to cool off. The area does not have much shade and you will be almost always in direct sunlight, so plan accordingly. Head out early to avoid the tourist rush. Put Pozos Azules at the forefront of your travel plans using our Villa de Leyva itinerary builder.
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  • Arrive charged 5 pesos, that would not be bad if they were natural. Ask at the entrance to personnel if the wells were natural and confirmed me that NO, they themselves filled them with water hose. A fiasco
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  • The place is really beautiful, it is worthwhile to know him. There are people who offer very cheap horse services and these can reach wells and back to the village, it is a good experience. I recommend not go in ATV, because these not can get until them wells then is would be losing great part of the time payment.
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  • Wonderful scenery, surrounded by an incredible view of the desert of Villa de Leiva. The wells are really beautiful thanks to the wisdom of nature. Great place to practice sport end and horseback riding to empathize more with this beautiful landscape.
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  • estan super bonitos, no se si se pueda nadar pero la gente luego mete los pies al agua aun q esta algo frío y puede llover. hay que tener cuidado al caminar por la orilla de los lagos y son como 5 en total, si exploras los ves todos. casa uno es diferente y me parecio lindo para sentarse y merendar o algo. hay baños por 500 cop y estan limpios.
  • It is a private property, cost $6000. Nice weather (it was June when I visited it). Really nice place for resting
  • Beautiful place to visit, totally worth it. Swimming is not allowed to preserve the lakes, the entrance is COP $5.000 per person. There only reason why I did not give it 5 stars is because the place is not accessible for old people or people with mobility issues, there is a 800 meters walk to the lakes downhill, so the way back is uphill! There is a road to the lakes but car access is not permitted.
  • Excellent scenery!
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  • It is very beautiful place, they could have more signals with respective information from each well, but in general is a very quiet place to stroll on foot in the company
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