The peaceful life, typical of the cattle ranch, and the traditional isolation of Yaguará were altered with the construction of the Betania reservoir, destined to the generation of electrical energy. Since then tourism has timidly appeared to summon the fans of nautical and adventure activities to enjoy a stay in its territory; For its part, fish farming, which occupies part of the reservoir, has positioned itself as one of the most important productive lines for the socioeconomic development of Huila, whose product reaches international markets.
Caving in the El Tigre Cave.
Kayak in the Betania reservoir.
Horseback riding on the Malecón de Yaguará.
Sport fishing in the bay of Chichayaco.
Water sports in Betania Lake.