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Manoa Parque
Manoa Parque

Manoa Parque

Paipa, Boyaca

The Basics

The park offers three different passport packages that include different activities, from basic to extreme. Kid-friendly activities, such as inflatables and electric cars, are included in the basic package. More adventurous visitors choose between adventure or extreme packages. The Muisca Fort ropes course offers two levels of difficulty, while the Guetcha Trail ziplining course offers three. Less active visitors can relax in hammocks, or learn about Muisca culture and language.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Manoa Park is ideal for families with kids, adventure travelers, and thrill seekers.

  • There are minimum height requirements for certain activities.

  • Wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes suitable for outdoor activities.

  • Gloves are recommended for Guetcha Trail and Fort Muisca, and they can be purchased at the entrance.

  • There’s a restaurant and cafeteria.

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How to Get There

Manoa Park is located about eight miles (13 kilometers) south of Paipa. Parking is free, or a taxi service can be pre-booked for transfers between Paipa and the park for ease.

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When to Get There

The park is open daily from mid June to mid July. For the rest of the year, the park is open on Saturday, Sunday, and holidays. The park may also open for groups of eight or more with prior reservation.

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Area Highlights

Paipa is well known for its hot springs, and one of the most popular activities in town is to soak in the thermal waters. Beyond that, other popular activities and attractions include Sochagota Lake, Parque Zoologico Guatika, and Parque Natural Municipal La Zarza.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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