Experience one of the world's strangest stairways at the rock of El Peñol in Guatapé, and see the replica village relocated to make way for the hydroelectric dam of Peñol-Guatapé. Get picturesque views of the manmade lake after climbing the 730 steps.
What to Expect
Journey to the extraordinary monolith of El Peñol, located just 1.5 hours from El Poblado, and discover an abundance of things to do and see while you are there.
Enjoy a personalized tour with a bilingual guide, traveling by foot and by private air-conditioned car. See the replica of the old village of El Peñol, relocated in order to make way for a hydroelectric dam in the 1970s. Climb the crazy, zig-zag stairs to the top of the El Peñol rock. Be rewarded with magnificent views of the manmade lake from the top of the 730 steps.
Then, go to the village of Guatapé, renowned for the Pueblo de Zócalos, where the buildings in the historic center are covered in tiles of bright colors and interesting patterns. Find a place to taste fresh tilapia by the boardwalk, and take a stroll around the cozy village to see picturesque homes and encounter the friendly residents.
Return to Medellin, passing a series of interesting villages, such as El Retiro, Marinilla, Rionegro, and San Antonio de Pereira. Experience the enchantment of the Antioquian scenery and get a good sense of their culture and traditions. Stop to take photos, or to enjoy a nature break or purchase souvenirs if you fancy.
- Pick-up and drop off at your hotel or apartment
- Transportation by private air-conditioned car with bilingual driver
- Travel insurance
- Entrance fees
- Unlimited coffee sampling
What's Not Included
- Additional drinks