as native fauna that includes such animals as the spectacled bear, tapirs, eagles, Andean Condors and. There are many similarities to other great national parks including Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. From Bogota, you will need to travel north on the Autopista Norte (North Highway) until you reach the town of Duitama located in the department of Boyacá 240 kilometers away. In fact, more than 57 of all páramo exists in Colombia with the largest in the world known as Sumapaz existing just outside. It comprises a total area of 306,000 hectares (756,000 acres) and is located near the border of Venezuela shared by the departments of Boyaca, Casanare and Arauca. . From there you will continue to travel north toward the towns of Santa Rosa de Viterbo, Cerinza, Belén, Susacón, and Soatá.