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Parque Nacional Los Nevados, Colombia

Written by Raenelle on Tuesday, September 30, 2008
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Words cannot adequately describe the unbelievable beauty of Los Nevados National Park in Colombia. We spent three breathtaking days, and two nights in this high-altitude park near the centre of the country, and were constantly amazed by the spectacular scenery at every turn. We were above 4,000m for the duration of our visit … and at times as high as 5,100m.

If ever there was a doubt that we have an awesome off-roading vehicle, that doubt certainly doesn’t exist anymore! Driving our own vehicle on this expedition provides us with so much flexibility and freedom to choose our own path. We are so happy that our path took us to Los Nevados!

Further Reading on South America 2008:
Comment by Janet
September 30, 2008 @ 3:38 pm

Wow – the real benefits of a vehicle like that…it can get you in to some amazing places with more plants to get to know. And it was nice to hear your voice again Raenelle! If I show this to Tyson, he’ll be even keener to get his hands on something like the New Cruiser (last time, he had to go over the whole website and was really intrigued/impressed with the details on the vehicle build, Robin). Take care!

Comment by Raenelle
September 30, 2008 @ 5:36 pm

Hi Janet! Oh my gosh … so many new and different species … the mind boggles! The bird species alone are enough to keep someone occupied for a few months! R.

Comment by Sylvia
October 3, 2008 @ 3:27 am

Videos like this are so great…and seeing as I don’t have the ‘sweet whistling turbo’ of a SAAB anymore, I can let the baby listen to the grumbling of the 4×4 crawling down a mountain…actually far more along the lines of the sound I would like it to love.

Comment by Brady
October 6, 2008 @ 12:50 pm

Great narration Raenelle – you should be looking for a job as a host on the Outdoor Life Network!!

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