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To visit Santa Isabel you need to make a reservation through a tour company. We went through Kumanday by the recommendation of a friend and they were awesome. You begin by taking a 2 hour drive from Manizales to a small farm to eat breakfast,...More
We went with ecosistemas to the mountain. Angelis was our guide and she is really cook and speaks good english. She knew a lot about the environment and the mountain. First you'll get a very bumpy ride and the a very nice breakfast to then...More
You can only visit Santa Isabel and the gletsjer with a guided tour, they all are about the same price. We went with Ecosistemas, booked via our hostel, which was fine. It's a ways to get there - 2,5 hours by 4x4 each way, rough...More
Es un lugar mágico para visitar, un recorrido de 5 horas aproximadamente a un ritmo normal, los paisajes son espectaculares, inolvidables y mágicos, ver los frailejones, los paisajes del páramos, la neblina y todo lo que los componen son algo espectacular. !!!
If you want...More
This was super intense, definitely not for the faint of heart. You need to be in good shape and ready to deal with what altitude can do.
So let's start with the good...
The views on the drive to the park are incredible. Pastoral Colombia...More
For those who really like to walk and walk and walk in the middle of a mountain with so many rocks and with a cold wind in front of your face maybe could seem wonderful but in reality I was looking for the wonderful landscape...More
Our hostel (Mountain Hostel Manizales) booked the guided tour for 160.000COP per person to the volcano Santa Isabel for us. The price included transport, guide, breakfast and lunch. Originally we wanted to see the more famous volcano Del Ruiz, but when we arrived in Manizales,...More
We were staying at Hacienda Venecia and were looking to get out for a trip into the Andes. Nevado de Ruiz has been off limits for some time due to increased activity - but Santa Isabel is just next door and almost as high (you...More