Our hostel is a very entertaining place against fonce river , the most visited by people all over the world. within the hostel you can find social areas. billiards, play station , shuffleboard , frog these areas around the pool , restaurant 24h with discounts for volunteers.
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Help with Computers / internet
Improve your Spanish , meet the Santander and Colombian culture , extreme sports in the region as parasailing, boating , bungeejunping , slingshot , abseiling, canyoning , puissance , walk climbing, extreme sports cablebuelo and more linked to natural elements Air , Water and Earth
this place is a hostel in san gil santander, we find peple want to be a volunteer for help us in reception, for talking with the tourist and sometime do publicity in a places near to here
It's a bed in a bedroom with fan
and a private bathroom It includes one a meal
We open doors in June 2016
In 2004, San Gil was named the tourist capital of the region.
The area offers several outdoor activity opportunities, such as rafting (grade 1-5), kayaking, hiking, and caving. Local companies offer rafting packages through various rivers depending on skill level. “Parque el Gallineral” is a popular destination with its characteristic moss-covered trees resembling beards. It has a small entrance fee. The park has a number of paths running through its 10-acre area and by the city’s main river, “Rio Fonce”. The park’s name comes from the 1867 characteristic “gallinero” trees planted throughout the whole area.
San Gil's main square is called "Parque la Libertad" (Liberty Park), which is the most common meeting place in the town and a hub for night life. The town's main cathedral, built in 1791 and remodeled in 1965, is located in this area. “Parque Nacional del Chicamocha” (Chicamocha National Park or PANACHI) is another Eco-tourist park located roughly 1 hour away from San Gil, placed on a scenic spot in the Chicamocha Canyon. The park has a museum, hiking trails, rafting, paragliding and other outdoor activities. It also has a 6.3 km (3.91 mi) long cable car, one of the longest in the world in its category, offering a ride across the canyon and into the plateau called "Mesa de los Santos".
Barichara, a small colonial town roughly 20 minutes away from San Gil, is another popular destination. Situated at the rim of the Chicamocha Canyon, it offers a scenic view across the canyon and the Suarez River. It is known as "one of the prettiest towns in the whole nation" due to its well preserved colonial architecture and stone streets.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week