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  • Bogotá: Comuna El Paraíso Tour with Cable Car

    1. Bogotá: Comuna El Paraíso Tour with Cable Car

    Start your journey to Bogatá’s El Paraíso district with either hotel pickup, or a bus transfer, accompanied by your guide. Hop on a cable car to head up the hill to the district, soaking in the panoramic views as your soar over the city. Gaze down at the colorful houses, mingling with technicolor graffiti and small parks and plazas.  After your ascent, you’ll head off on a walking tour with your local guide to get a feel for the vibrant neighborhood. Wander the bustling avenues, spotting street art among the neon-painted houses and narrow boulevards. Meet local community leaders in charge of the New Life Foundation, learning about the positive changes that have been made to revitalize the neighborhood. Continue to the best spot for panoramic views over the entire city, then try a traditional Colombian snack to get a feel for local culinary culture. Afterwards, you’ll head back down on ...

    Francesco was my guide. My Spanish is very little. Francesco has very good English and was Born in Bogota. He is very knowledgeable about the city. Thankyou buddy for a wonderful experience and memorable. I highly recommend it to anyone

  • From Bogotá: Nemocón Mine and Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral Tour

    2. From Bogotá: Nemocón Mine and Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral Tour

    Benefit from pickup at your hotel in Bogotá, and then travel to the salt mines of Nemocón 65 kilometers from the city center. Get stunning views of the beautiful landscape before arrival. Then, take a tour of the salt mine tunnels and discover what is felt like to work 60 meters below ground. Learn about the history of salt and how it is extracted as you marvel at the optical effects of the mirrors of brine. See where the movie Los 33 was filmed before lunch in the colonial city of Zipaquirá. Next, visit one of the most artistic achievements of Colombian architecture on a tour of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, built within the tunnels of a salt mine.

    The tour was extremely nice and interesting. I am very satisfied that I decided exactly on that trip. Sergio - my guide, was very helpful and told me all stories around places I saw, Colombia itself, culture and history. He spoke English very well. He even know couple words in Polish what makes me feel very comfortable Tour was arranged perfectly. I was collected from the hotel, plan of sightseeing was presented to me by Sergio at the beginning, we visited all places, ate lunch in traditional Colombian restaurant and were able to do some shopping It was a really great choice and recommend that option to everyone who wants to see the real heritage of Colombia! Pozdrawiam!

  • Bogotá: Small-Group Night City Tour by Bus

    3. Bogotá: Small-Group Night City Tour by Bus

    Discover the best of Bogotá at night on a 5-hour guided, small-group tour visiting the city's top sightseeing spots, including three main stops: Monserrate mountain, Andrés D.C. restaurant for dinner, and the trendy Usaquén district. Sit back and relax as a knowledgeable guide presents Bogotá's history, neighborhoods, and attractions. Kick-start your tour with a visit to the iconic Cerro de Monserrate, which stands 3,152-meter high in the city center. Stop to enjoy the sun setting over the city from your high vantage point, and watch as Bogotá's city lights start to shimmer in the night. Next, head over to one of Bogotá's traditional restaurants, Andrés D.C., for a taste of delicious Colombian food before making your way to your final stop: Usaquén. Walk through the city's first district that has now turned into a hip foodie neighborhood, enjoying local tastes and flavors from the man...

  • From Bogotá: Hike to La Chorrera Waterfall With Meals

    4. From Bogotá: Hike to La Chorrera Waterfall With Meals

    Travel deep into the Andean jungle on a 3-hour trek to see the great sights of El Chiflón and La Chorrera waterfalls. After meeting your experienced bilingual guide in Bogotá, you’ll drive past the East Hills and stop to take pictures of the paramo of Cruz Verde.   Arrive in the countryside and begin the approximately 3-hour round-trip hike through the lush, green Andean forest, learning about the native life and plants of the area. After about 30 minutes, you’ll arrive at the first waterfall, El Chiflón. Stand behind the rushing water, and feel the refreshing shower seemingly coming from the sky.   Continue your trek for approximately another hour to the 1,936-foot (590-meter) wall of cascading water that is La Chorrera. Take in the breathtaking sight of Colombia's mightiest waterfall amid a wonderland of natural beauty.     Throughout the hike, see and learn about the colorful birds...

    Jena was a great guide! And it was wonderful to have a chance to see one of the tallest waterfalls in South America up close. We had extremely rainy weather and that impacted our hike, it got so muddy that we were sliding towards the end and there was a lot of cow poo on the trail. Would recommend packing extra dry clothes for a change for the ride home. Great experience to see the local farmers as well and eat with them

  • Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

    5. Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

    Explore the unique flavors of different Colombian regions on this food tour of Bogota. Go to 7 places within the La Candelaria neighborhood and sample a variety of traditional food and drinks. Visit the local market and stop by multiple family-owned businesses to try aborrajado, ajiaco, and other special dishes. Meet with some of the best professional baristas in the region. In a single afternoon, get to learn about Colombian culture through its food and history. This tour accommodates both vegetarian and vegan preferences. Be prepared to tuck into lunch and dinner so make sure with an empty belly.

    A great experience learning about and sampling local food. Got to try things that I’ve never had before. And the guide was fantastic.

  • From Bogotá: Jaime Duque Park and Salt Cathedral with Lunch

    6. From Bogotá: Jaime Duque Park and Salt Cathedral with Lunch

    Spend a full day exploring the outskirts of Bogotá with an all-inclusive tour of Jaime Duque Park and guided tour of the famous Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá.   Get picked you up from your hotel or other accommodation in Bogotá and drive to Jaime Duque Park, located about 35 minutes outside the city in the Tocancipá municipality. The amusement park offers an array of family-friendly attractions. Enjoy a guided and all-inclusive tour with historical, architectural, technological, and environmental scenarios. Check out a replica of the Taj Mahal, a medieval castle, and the Museum of Mankind, among other attractions. Following the theme park, continue on to Zipaquirá and enjoy a typical Colombian lunch at one of the best restaurants in town. Choose between different meat dishes traditionally prepared over a fire or a vegetarian meal. Afterward, take a tour of the subterranean Salt Cathedra...

  • Bogota: 5-7 Hour La Candelaria And City Walking Tour

    7. Bogota: 5-7 Hour La Candelaria And City Walking Tour

    Dive into Bogotá’s diversity by joining this fun 5 to 7-hour city tour. Bogotá has a lot to offer and you will receive a complete perspective of it. Start your day by meeting your local guide at your hotel. He will take you to your first stop: Monserrate. Here you’ll take the cable car up the mountain to enjoy the most amazing and breathtaking views of this city: the whole length of the valley from the best vantage point. After making your way back down La Candelaria, you will walk its cobblestoned streets, surrounded by colonial architecture to the spectacular Gold Museum. You’ll learn about the region's ancestors through their remains of metalwork made before Spaniards arrival. Listen to the guide retelling the transition from indigenous to Spanish colonization at the foundational square Chorro de Quevedo and taste chicha an ancestral corn-based fermented drink. Nearby you will also t...

    Excelente tour por el Montserrate y diferentes puntos históricos del centro de la ciudad, finalizado con la visita a los museos. La amabilidad y atención de nuestro guía Luis Vásquez durante todo el recorrido fue insuperable. Lo recomiendo totalmente.

  • Bogotá: 3-Hour Private Tour of La Candelaria

    8. Bogotá: 3-Hour Private Tour of La Candelaria

    Discover what Bogotá’s Candelaria neighbourhood has hidden away. Inscribed in graffiti and mixed in the drinks, you’ll discover Bogotá’s colonial and indigenous past, the roots of Colombian history. Explore the Chorro de Quevedo Square before continuing on to La Concordia Marketplace where you'll taste local fruits and juices. Visit Santander Square, located in between old and new Bogotá, and admire the skyscrapers on 7th Avenue, among them the impressive Avianca building. Visit the Simón Bolívar Square where you'll hear the stories of the intricate relationship between the state, drug trade, and guerrillas. Finally, visit a local café to learn about coffee culture and brewing from an expert.   Open to groups of any size, this private group tour offers hotel pick up, drop-off, and transfers in an air-conditioned car.

  • Bogotá: Páramo de Sumapaz Day Trip

    9. Bogotá: Páramo de Sumapaz Day Trip

    Visit Bogotá's best-kept secret and explore the diverse region and ecosystem that is Sumapaz. Páramo de Sumapaz is one of the highest plateaus in the world, full of unique species and breathtaking views. On your adventure learn about the importance of water, wild animals, endemic plants, and mountains to this region. Hear about how the ideology behind the oldest guerilla FARC was born here and the history of the Muisca civilization. Meet your guide in the early morning and prepare for an exciting adventure. While spending time in Sumapaz enjoy outdoor activities such as trekking, a swim under a cold water fall, or flora and fauna observation. Enjoy a tasty lunch of local, traditional food and leave with a unique souvenir from your guide.

    La información fue clara antes y durante la caminata. Solucionaron cualquier duda que tenía. Excelente la guía que nos acompañó.

  • Bogotà: Guatavita Lake and Nemocón Salt Mines Tour

    10. Bogotà: Guatavita Lake and Nemocón Salt Mines Tour

    Combine nature with industry on this 7-hour guided excursion from Bogotà to visit Lake Guatavita and the salt mine of Nemocón. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with this relaxing small-group tour of up to 11 people. After pickup at around 8:00 AM at your hotel, start the 2-hour drive through the savanna towards Lake Guatavita, a lagoon that is part of a protected natural area. Likely formed by the impact of a crater, the lake is almost perfectly circular. A native park guide will join the group for a 75-minute tour, during which he’ll explain the culture of the Muisca Indians, the legend of El Dorado, and the biological importance of the lagoon. During the tour, you’ll also take a half hour walk along a path at the edge of the crater to admire different views of the lagoon.   Next, visit the town of Guatavita to explore its architecture and environment. Enjoy a lunch typical of...

    The trip was amazing. We signed up for a group tour and received a private tour with Jhon Fredy, who was an excellent guide, a knowledgeable local, great fun personality. The guide and driver were very friendly and generous. Nemecon salt tour was smaller and more personable than the Zipaquira salt mine tour, and was in a very cute little town. Guatavita was beautiful and the history of the indigenous people is rich. Jhon Fredy was a great translator. We really recommend this intimate and personable tour.

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What people are saying about Bogotá

Great experience more so because we were the only ones on the tour - special thanks to our guides - Maria & Francisco - they were fantastic! Feedback to future travellers (and the company) - the sights were great the trail were was is not easy - ideally should not be the first time on a horseback, do believe everyone should be given helmets.

Francesco was my guide. My Spanish is very little. Francesco has very good English and was Born in Bogota. He is very knowledgeable about the city. Thankyou buddy for a wonderful experience and memorable. I highly recommend it to anyone

excellent. learnt alot about the history of Colombian Coffee. Great people. My Spanish is very little and this couple are very good English speaking and very nice people. wonderful cafe. I highly recommend it to anyone.

The truth was we were very lucky since the tour was exclusively for 2 people, so the experience was enjoyed to the fullest.

It was a very nice experience. And our tour guide Freddy made it even better. Keep up the great work!