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Laguna de Mucubaji, Merida

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Head to Laguna de Mucubaji, a "kettle lake" formed by retreating glaciers that sits 3,625 m (11,893 ft) above sea level. The surrounding rugged mountain landscape, coupled with the local plant-life, including the characteristic “frailejon”, is known for is its scenic beauty and is a pleasure to experience on horse-back. There are small businesses in the area, and travel guides and food are readily available. Be sure to bring or wear warm clothes, as it can get chilly at this altitude. If you’re planing a camping trip, be aware that a permit is required. Make Laguna de Mucubaji a centerpiece of your Merida vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Merida vacation trip planner.
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  • Mucubají Lagoon is an obligatory stop in all the Merida Páramo: great weather, beautiful view and locals friendly.
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  • There is undoubtedly a ride that not one must jump when you go to Merida. A beautiful place, with very cold. Ideal for walking and enjoying nature. Is should go well sheltered and with footwear suitable for walking. It is closed on Mondays
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  • destination obligatory in merida, very good site and devertido for children, can fish for trout and then buy them paa prepare them at the restaurant is there
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