Finca El Cielo

Address: Via del Estrecho, a 3 km de San Agustin/Huila, San Agustin, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via del Estrecho, a 3 km de San Agustin/Huila, San Agustin, is near San Agustin Archaeological Park.
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    Travel Blogs from San Agustin

    San Agustin

    A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Jan 04, 2014

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    Our bus to San Agustin was leaving Popyan at 8am so we had a reasonably early night to make up for the early wake up call. We needed to get more cash out and knew there were half a dozen cash points right next to the bus station. Our first attempts were rejected, we weren't sure whether it was our bank cards or the machines so we both tried for a …

    San Augustin and the special tour

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 03, 2014

    18 photos

    ... an archeological site with statues made out of volcanic rock only to find out it's closed due to conflict between the police and indigenous. Might be closed for a day or two. Then it poured for around 30 mins. Disappointing start to the day. We booked a jeep tour of other archeological sites for the next day and on the walk up hill to our hostel we were offered the special tour. It's to see how they farm and produce cocaine. Obviously curiosity got ...

    Paradise in Southern Colombia

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Sep 20, 2014

    24 photos

    Bleary eyed and exhausted we climbed the curvy streets of the small town of San Agustin to find that the posada we had booked was a little slice of heaven. Set in the hills it comprised beautiful gardens of tropical plants buzzing with hummingbirds, butterflies and unfortunately sandflies (from which we would suffer many bites), a restaurant that served some of the best steaks we've ever had, a small kitchen and a number of cottages. However, we ...

    San Agustin and Little Stone Statues

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Sep 14, 2014

    34 photos

    ... we arrived we paid our $20,000 pesos for the parks ticket and headed up a path into the jungle. The prehispanic natives as they seem to be know as levelled off the tops of two hills and filled in a path between them which was some pretty impressive earth works. The burial sites have been reconstructed to show the statues holding up a flat rock resembling a table with a burial pitt behind, again covered with large flat rocks. Many photos ...

    Horse back riding and ancient statues/ tombs

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 02, 2014

    69 photos

    ... I started to prey I wasn't going to have a 'mare!! It looked a lot higher, and felt a lot less stable once on the saddle than it did from the ground! Anyways off we went and it all started nice and slowly as we set off up hill. Princessa made it very clear from the off that 1) she knew where I she was going and therefore anything other than an emergency stop (harsh pull back on the reins) wasn't going to affect her choice of route, and 2) we had to be second in line ...