Table of Contents
Medellin's Largest Ecological Nature Reserve
What to do in Parque Arvi?
Restaurants & Drinks
Travel Tips / FYI
Parque Arvi is public access so you can go any time of day and night. However we’re going to post hours based on the Metro Cable.
Tuesday to Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Weekend & Holidays: 8:30 – 6pm
Tour Guides: Every 30 Minutes from 9:30am to 4:30pm
Entry Fee: Entering the Park is Free
– Foriegners: 50 mil
– Locals: 20 mil
How To Get There
Metro: You’ll need to first get to Acevedo station, which can be done via Line A on the Medellin Metro. Acevedo Station has two Metrocable routes; take Line K to Santo Domingo Station which is the third and last stop of the route. From there, exit the station and take a left to the adjacent Arví Cable. This will take you out of the valley and into the park in around 20 minutes.
Bus: The Medellin Public Transportation system, Trasancoop, runs directly from El Centro to Parque Arví every 30 minutes. The buses are stationed on Calle 50, between Cra 40 & 41, in front of the Institución Universitaria Escolme. The journey takes 50-70 minutes depending on traffic.