The Tuparro Park - Rio Tomo, Cerros Thomas and Peinillas in the Llanos Orientales, Colombia, from above
It was declared a National Monument and Biosphere Reserve in 1982. Furthermore, this wonderful Park contains a large green savannah, rivers, golden beaches, forests, and mountains where approximately 320 bird species and a great variety of aquatic species live. It is a unique region of biodiversity in Colombia. In this marvelous place, you can find Cerro Peinilla and Cerro Thomas where you can have an incredible view over the Park and the landscapes of the region. It is also possible to admire the Río Tomo, a large river that has it's source in the Meta department and crosses a large part of the Vichada department and the Natural National Park of Tuparro.
It is an ideal place to do different activities such as fishing, climbing or ecological hiking on the different paths to see the ecosystems and landscapes of the Park. It is a unique opportunity to meet the Indigenous communities of the region and admire the beauty of the Colombian Orinoquía.