Guided bicycle tours through the forest that aim to promote the use of an environmentally friendly transport, are made by one of the trails enabled of the park and on the main road.
You can choose between bicycles, Mechanical or assisted and include the accompaniment of a Tourist Guide. The length of the tours can vary according to the type of bicycle chosen.
The mechanical bicycle tours will last three (3) hours with one level of medium difficulty and assisted bicycle tours will last two (2) hours with a low level of difficulty.
- Mechanical or assisted bicycle
- Water bottle Parque Arví
- Bag tula Parque Arví
- Accompaniment of a Tourist Guide
- Refreshment am or pm
- Accident insurance.
- Ambulance service if required.
It is the policy of the Arví Tourism Travel Agency that all the actors involved in the presentation of tourism services minimize negative environmental, sociocultural and economic impacts generated by commercial work, also avoiding the sexual exploitation of children and teenagers, and looking for the fulfillment of the different applicable legal requirements, contributing to the achievement of benefits for the community and the satisfaction of our customers.
The reserves of the Arví Park Experiences Portfolio must be made with a minimum of 48 hours of anticipation.
In the Tourism Arví Travel Agency we are committed to the code of conduct against child sexual exploitation and violence and in compliance with articles 16 and 17 of Law 679 of
2001, warns about the legal consequences of the sexual exploitation and abuse of children and teenagers.
Similarly, the Travel Agency Turismo Arví is committed to caring for the environment and
with socio-cultural and economic aspects through the sustainability management system according to the law NTS-TS 003. We invite you to be part of our environmental commitment with the efficient use of water and energy, with the integral management of solid waste and the commitment for its reduction, reuse and recycling.
Briefcase of Experiences Valid from March 2018 to March 2019.
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