"The Biennial is a trip to discover new worlds and also to be discovered and seduced by new movements, lenguages and imaginaries to think about dancing as a way to express our emotions" says Amparo Sinisterra de Carvajar, president of the 2nd Biennial.
This is the Pacific festival, in which the most importat thing is to highlight the gastronomy, the folk music and the traditions of this region in Valle del Cauca. It is an awesome experience for the locals and of course for the visitors who want to dive into this culture.
This is one of the most important and traditional festivals in Colombia. In which the favorite attractions are the "Salsódromo", the "Cali viejo" carnival, the antique cars parade, the "Melómanos" meeting, the "Superconcierto" a really nice musical show, between other shows ans events.
Located around a paramo in a really good state of conservation, the Tatamá Park is a protected area of great interest to scientists, since it lends itself to studying the many species of fauna and flora of the region. A magnificent place that you can choose as one of your favorite destinations, because of its ecosystem, purity and great majesty.
The Tatamá National Natural Park covers the area of five Colombian municipalities: San José del Palmar (Chocó), Pueblo Rico, Santuario, La Celia (Risaralda) and El Águila (Valle del Cauca). It is located on the western cordillera and stands out for having wonderful riverbeds, which makes this place a natural refuge that is intact in many places, far from the human alteration. A favorite place for lovers of nature, geography, animals and vegetation.
How to get there?
From El Águila municipality, you have to travel by public transport or car to Santuario, where you will find the administrative headquarters.
For more information, please see: http://www.colparques.net/TATAMA