Respect traffic signs, go in a group to avoid being victim of insecurity, wear adequate protection (helmet, knee pads, gloves, etc.), carry spare parts in case of breakdown, good hydration and eat well before you leave home.
Ubaté derives from Ebaté, according to Acosta Ortegón means Barn or Seed of the Boquerón and according to another, Ebaté translates blood spilled or bloody ground. Its official name is Villa de San Diego de Ubaté. The town is known as the Dairy Capital of Colombia. Ubaté can only be accessed by land, it’s located 95 kilometers from Bogotá and 50 kilometers from Chiquinquirá.
How to get to?:
Exit: North Highway 170 St continue ahead until the first toll (the Andes) continue towards the Ak 45 / Bogotá - Tunja and exit right on the bridge of the Common - take the Cajicá - Zipaquirá- Ubaté road.
Distance: 81.8 km
Points of interest: The Doctrinal Chapel is located in in the Main Park of Sutatausa. There is a diverse gastronomic offer, restaurants, cafes.