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The Farallones de Cali National Natural Park is an area of high importance for biodiversity since it connects the Western Andes with the Pacific Ocean and among its landscapes there are approximately 800 species of birds reported, positioning itself as a mandatory passage for amateur and professional birders.
The Bachué Nature Reserve, being located in its buffer zone, serves as a setting to observe and learn from these birds, as the trails will take you to strategic sighting points between ravines, clearings, rocks and waterfalls, creating a unique experience for you. visit. 

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