Weather: The temperature in San Agustín is 69 °F
Altitude: 1695 msnm
Rainy Season: May to October.
Transportation: The ideal is to have a private vehicle, since the distances between each of the attractions are quite long. The perfect way to get to San Agustín is to arrive by air to the city of Neiva and then by land, it is a journey of approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes to arrive in San Agustín.
Airlines to Neiva: Avianca and Easy fly
What to wear? Bring light cotton clothing, comfortable shoes, sunglasses, a raincoat and a cap.
Highlights: San Agustin Archeological park, Tatacoa Desert, Alto de los Ídolos Archaeological Park, Tierradentro archaeological park.
INSIDER TIPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Alto de los Ídolos Archaeological Park and the Salto del Mortiño waterfall: Closed on Wednesdays. Tierradentro Archaeological Park: Closed on Wednesdays. Although the predominant climate is warm, the probability of rainfall is quite high, so wearing a raincoat is highly recommended. The “achiras” are a typical snack of this region, they are an emblematic Colombian mixture that you cannot miss when visiting this region. city’s monuments, such as La Popa Convent, El Castillo San Felipe, Las Bóvedas, Iglesia and Convento San Pedro de Claver.
More of San Agustín
450 km south of Bogotá, the small town of San Agustín is located in the Colombian Massif, a geographical area in the south of the country from where the three mountain ranges of the Andes that cross Colombia emerge. The San Agustín Archaeological Park extends over an exuberant landscape covering 2,000 km2 and at only 1,800 meters of altitude. Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site, for its pre-Columbian archaeological importance and for being considered one of the most extensive sites of its kind in South America.
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