Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

A beautiful natural reserve just outside Medellin, Parque Arvi is an ambitious project that includes several preservation zones, administered by private and municipal communities, all of them with the purpose of taking care of the natural environment and offering visitors a lot of things to do in Medellin.

Things to do in Medelllin: Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

Located in the eastern edge of the city, at only 20 minutes taking the Metro Cable system at Acevedo station, Parque Arvi offers a unique peaceful and relaxing experience in its 4200 acres.

Inside the park, there are a number of activities designed for all kind of visitors: walking, trekking, horse riding, camping, canoeing, among many other.

A fantastic part of the fun is getting there using the Metro cable. The view of the city is amazing and once the cable car enters the park, the landscape turns into the amazing nature reservation, full of wildlife to explore.

In addition to the cable car system, the park can be reached by public transport from Medellin using the buses that service Santa Elena village. Private automobiles and bikes are also allowed in the reserve.

The park is open from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Things to do in Medelllin: Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

Parque Arvi is located in the settlements of Piedras Blancas, Punta Gorda and Mazo in the village of Santa Elena.
Phone: 444 29 79

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3 Responses to Parque Arvi Nature Reserve

  1. Agreed. I visited this park and I think it’s amazing

    Omar Godart March 3, 2013 at 2:49 am
  2. Parque Arvi is one of the most spectacular natural reserves I’ve been to. Cheers Medellin!

    Isabelle Lambert April 9, 2013 at 12:40 am
  3. The Arvi Parque is a very popular attraction nowadays in Medellin. It is amazing and very accesible using the metro system. I enjoyed a lot the visit. Thanks for the post.

    Telma Young July 15, 2013 at 10:10 am

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