Villavicencio to Granada Bus
To get to Granada from Villavicencio you must go through approximately 52 mi (84 km) which take about 2 hours. Expreso Bolivariano and Fronteras, both terrestrial transportation companies, sell bus tickets for this route at low-cost rates and with an assortment of schedules. Granada enjoys a great hydrological wealth due to its proximity to the Ariari river, what contributes to the proliferation of flora and fauna, that you can contemplate in ecologic trekkings. It's an ideal space to practice adventure sports as well as do relaxing walks through the field. Granada presents a tropical climate with an average temperature of 79 °F (26 °C); the city has abundant precipitations most of the year, so it's important to be prepared to any eventuality.
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Villavicencio, capital of the Meta Department, its a colombian municipality from which most of the economic activity of the country begins. It's a mining city, with a lot of farming and ranching as well as inter-regional commerce.During the pre-colombian times, the area was populared by guayupe natives which focused in fishing, trade and farming until the arrival of the spaniards between 1536 and 1537. The oldest records of the foundation of the city are from 1842, although the information isn't entirely accurate since a fire in 1890 destroyed archives with valuable information. What can be said for sure is that the city is named Villavicencio since 1850. During the XXth century the city grew considerably. Several institutions were founded, and new services arrived to satisfy the needs of its citizens.
Granada is a municipality in the Department of Meta, located in the center area of the country. It was initially founded as Boquemonte by the spaniards, in an area previously occupied by the Guayupe, Sae and Operigua cultures. Boquemonte then came to serve as the entry point to the hostile territory of the rainforest near the Ariari River.In 1956 the city changes its name to Nueva Granada and becomes a municipality. Nowadays it is the second most visited touristic destination in the Department, and is sought after by those interested in ecotourism and adventure.