The Chingaza Natural Heritage Park is a water factory that feeds Bogota. Due to its location it has one of the largest moorland in the world and hosts hundreds of species of flora and fauna.
Lagoons of Siecha
The Siecha Lagoons belong to the Chingaza Natural National Park, exuberant mountains that were the sanctuaries of the Muiscas, indigenous people that inhabited this area, there celebrated the Ceremony of the Suaie or Run the Earth. It was the place they arrived after several days of pilgrimage through different lagoons of the region.
San Rafael Reservoir (La Calera)
This San Rafael reservoir, built by the Bogotá aqueduct, is where the water comes from Chingaza and is then supplied to Bogota. Soon it will be open to the public as a tourism option.
Former factory of Samper Cement's
It was the economic source of many families of the region. These families had their mines by Chingza where they exploded the lime that later was transported by wagons to Siberia where it was processed and soon packaged and distribute to all Colombia.
Viewpoints of La Calera
It is one of the favorite places for the Bogotanos, from there you can have an excellent view of the city, it is visited especially in the evenings.