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Casanare

Fauna spotting

Free up three to four days in your travel schedule to visit the province of Casanare in Los Llanos, and you will find a completely different Colombia: go on safari, spot wildlife, meet the local cowboys, dance to their music and unwind watching a gorgeous sunset.


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Spotting Burrowing Owl

Wildlife will be all around you – at a stone’s throw away and without having to drive or walk for days to see interesting creatures. Caimans, anacondas, giant anteaters, capybaras, foxes, deer, wild boars, tapirs, monkeys, turtles… Not to mention all the (migration) birds that fly over these green grasslands, such as jays, partridges, parrots, turkeys, eagles and macaws. With a little luck, and whilst taking a few deep breaths, you may even see jaguars and pumas. Welcome to wild Colombia!

But it’s not just the wildlife that makes Casanare an interesting province. In the land of extensive plains, cowboys and their cattle rule the area. And with cowboys comes authentic culture – with its particular traditions, habits, myths, music and a typical dance where the feet are moved rather quickly. Back in the days, cows meant everything to Casanare: cattle breading was the number one industry. The value of your land was measured by how many cows could graze on it. You can imagine that led to a few arguments amongst the cowboys.

Playing the harp

In these plains, your holiday always consists of adventure, recreation and relaxation. Of course you do not want to miss out on a spectacular horse ride amongst the more than 44.000 km of savannas, estuaries, livestock raising fields, mountains and rivers that belong to Casanare. Nature and its wildlife can also be spotted from a boat on one of the rivers, or pump up your adrenaline level when rafting the río Cravo Sur. If you’re lucky you will find out how the harp and bandola are made, and dance to the music when the locals start playing their handmade instruments.

The farming areas are green during winter time (June-November), but can turn completely yellow during the dry summer season (December-May). When you look up to the sky, you will see it is painted by the colors of the migratory birds that cross it, and feel an extensive freedom that only the lowlands of Los Llanos can offer.

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Casanare is a department in the central eastern region of Colombia. To visit the area, you will either fly from Bogotá to its capital Yopal, or we can arrange private land transport from (as well as to) the provinces of Boyacá (to the north) and Meta (to the south) – both take about seven hours. Casanare can be very well …

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Wildlife spotting: the number one activity in this area. Think of capybaras, crocodiles, wild boars, white tail deer, herons, wild horses, owls, double-striped thick-knee curlews, jabiru storks and many, many bird species. To see an anaconda, the largest snake in the world by weight and the second longest, your guide will locate them by entering the banks of small rivers …

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DE UNA offers the following ecolodge in the middle of nature, about a 5 to 6-hour drive from capital Yopal. Ecolodge Juan Solito: this vast ranch in nature reserve Hato la Aurora offers comfortable rooms and can be reached by boat if the water level is high enough. The typical llanero house consists of seven large rooms that can accommodate …

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Climate and seasons: dry season (‘summer’) runs from December through May. Wet season (‘winter’) runs from June through November. The area has an average temperature of 28 degrees year-round, but the number can raise to about 36 degrees in summer and fall towards 23 degrees in winter. The best time to spot wildlife: when water is scarce (during summer) or …

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