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This is the Medellín official Guide by Víztaz and the Medellín Mayor's Office

Parks

Comfenalco Piedras Blancas


» Arví Park

Four centuries ago, chroniclers of the time talked about the discovery of a large primitive area. That expanse of land, comprising almost 40,000 acres, is today Arví Park, the largest nature park in the country. Constituting an expression of the historical, ecological, and conservationist heritage of the region, Arví is located in the Annexed Village of Santa Elena. The park comprises six thematic Núcleos that include cultural spaces, adventure scenarios, recreation and culinary offer, ancestral lands, trails, lookouts, native woodlands, cable cars, and a catalog of over 700 species showcasing plants, mammals, birds, and reptiles.
Santa Elena vía Piedras Blancas / 57(4) 444-2979 / www.parquearvi.org
Hours: Tuesday to Sundays, including Holidays,  9:00 a. m. - 5:00 p. m.

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» Núcleo Comfama Arví

With its 346 acres, this park is a large forest reserve with ecological and environmental attractions. Here you can go on a picnic or a tree adventure, attend a show in a 4D theater or the auditorium, or enjoy the musical gardens or the children’s playground. It is the natural setting for relaxation and family fun. Easily accessible via Metrocable, bus, or car..
www.comfama.com / Hours: Daily, 8:00 a. m. - 5:00 p. m.

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» Núcleo Comfenalco Arví - Parque Ecológico Piedras Blancas

This woodland reserve, just 16 miles from downtown Medellín, is located in the Arví reserve. Its 420 acres hold a hotel, nature trails, a butterfly house, an insectarium, zip lines, an agro-ecologic farm, an auditorium, camping and picnic areas, and a reservoir that can be traversed by boat. Easily accessible via Metrocable, bus, or car.
www.comfenalcoantioquia.com / Hours: Daily, 8:00 a. m. - 5:00 p. m.