Duitama (Spanish pronunciation: [dwiˈtama]) is a city and municipality in the department of Boyacá. It is the capital of the Tundama Province. Duitama is located 240 kilometres (150 mi) northeast of Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia and 50 kilometres (31 mi) northeast of Tunja, the capital Boyacá. Duitama has existed since pre-Columbian times, when the Muisca inhabited the hills surrounding a former lake in the valley. The original name of Duitama was "Tundama", named after cacique Tundama. The elevation of the city is about 2,590 metres (8,500 ft) above sea level and the average temperature is 16 °C. Duitama is known as "The Pearl of Boyacá".
Restaurants in Duitama
4.5 based on 243 reviews
This wonderful place let you remind the whole sun way around Boyacá with a model of every place you can visit! People is friendly and sweet hotels to stay.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
La Catedral de Duitama es una de las más lindas que conocí en este viaje a Colombia, es muy bonita, pero lo que más destaca son sus vitrales, que son hermosos. Por el diseño arquitectónico me recordó a la de mi ciudad natal, aunque en menores dimensiones.
4.5 based on 313 reviews
The sculpture is impressive, also the the landscape is worthy to appreciate, however it is extremely touristic, and all the comercial activities behind deploys its historical value. It demands a protection, the general condition of the monument it is pretty bad.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Enjoy a great outdoor space with the best views. In our 45 fanegadas you will be able to see more than 500 animals, most of them rescued of the illegal traffic of fauna and received of circuses, you will be able to see wild and exotic animals besides to know the animals of the farm. A unique experience. We work and work closely with environmental corporations as well as environmental police. If after touring all our animal facilities you still have energy you can enjoy our amusement area for big and small. For the big ones we offer 5 adventure attractions like buggies, cavalcade, guatikable (tirolínea of 500m), guatisky (extreme pendulum) and climbing wall; for children (less than 1.20m) we have pony carousel, tricycle, miniguatikable, inflatable... After a long day of walking and playing at all we get the appetite, for this is the area of restuarant, with variety of delicious dishes à la carte in a rustic atmosphere. The hotel is also at your service. We are waiting for you!
Really, not kidding, I have visited many zoos around the world and this is my #1. Why? because of the life quality of the animals. The animals are recovered from Circuses or other zoos. And they have a lot of space. Please visit them. It is really beautiful.
5 based on 8 reviews
Este bello sendero se encuentra en Duitama- Boyaca. Se llega por La Trinidad, allí debes llegar al parque y tomar hacia el norte por cerca de 2 kms. Lleva agua y algo de merienda pues no se consigue al inicio de la caminata. Cuando llegues a la entrada puedes dejar estacionado el auto. NO hay costo por el ingreso al sendero. Se camina por cerca de 3 o 4 horas, depende un poco del ritmo que le imprimas a tu marcha. El camino es un poco exigente pues pasas de los 2600 mts sobre el nivel del mar a los 3100. Pero vale la pena! Es hermoso!
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Tibasosa is well known for two reasons: because its ruled by women only and its lots of different kind of flowers at display in the main plaza, cute little town if its in your way.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Although in my opinion is always necessary to visit a town plaza in this case you would not miss much. The "cathedral" is more like a church and the plaza is not very special.
5 based on 3 reviews
La zona dispone de algunos negocios tradicionales, encuentra queso con sello de origen (queso paipa) de las mejores calidades. No dispone de lugares para hospedaje abiertos al publico
3.5 based on 102 reviews
The complex could be a great touristic spot but the crowd that goes there makes the place not very pleasant. We heard that it is not very unusual to strange things in the water and while we were there one of the pools had to be closed to be cleaned of a child's poop.
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