Laguna de Cocha, Valle de Sibundoy

Laguna de Cocha

The second largest body of water in Colombia behind the Laguna de Tota, the Laguna de Cocha is a glacial lake close to the southern city of Pasto and considered one of the most important wetland areas in both the Andes and Colombia.

Valle de Sibundoy

Located in the highlands of the department of Putumayo, entering the Valle de Sibundoy is to enter a territory rich in biodiversity and pulsating with mythical energies making it a sacred place to the local kamentsá Indigenous.