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From Bogota: Villa de Leyva Day Magic Town Tour

From Bogota: Villa de Leyva Day Magic Town Tour

Declared a National Monument in 1954, this magical town located 3 hours from Bogotá is a jewel of colonial Spanish architecture built in 1572. This Tour is a journey through time, an encounter with history, science, ceramics, archeology, art, and culture. We will pick you up at your Hotel / Hostel and make a stop on the way to have breakfast near the "Puente de Boyacá" (Bridge of Boyacá) where the final battle of Colombian independence took place. Once we arrive at Villa de Leyva, we will go down to the Plaza Mayor) where you will have time to have lunch before we keep going with the group towards Ráquira. This town also known as "the artisanal capital of Colombia", a very picturesque village with decorations on its houses.

Bogotá: Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour

Bogotá: Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour

Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Bogotá at 09:00 AM or a time to suit you, and then journey to the colonial town of Zipaquirá, famous for its Salt Cathedral. Relax on the 60 to 90-minute trip to the cathedral, where on arrival you will be accompanied to the entrance of the mine for a 2-hour guided tour in English or Spanish.  Located inside the depths of the world's biggest salt rock reserve, Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral was adapted from an old salt mine to function as a place of worship. Marvel at the icons, ornaments and architectural details hand-carved in the halite rock. Surface the mine to enjoy a typical Colombian lunch in one of Zipaquirá's best restaurants. Choose from fish or vegetarian options, or savor different plates of meat prepared in the traditional way on fire. Then, explore the main sights of the town, including Independence Square and the colonial center. Admire one of the oldest churches in Colombia. Drive back to Bogotá for drop-off at your accommodation, or book one of the following options to continue exploring. Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavitá Tour with Lunch After visiting the Salt Cathedral and enjoying a typical Colombian meal, go to the colonial town of Guatavitá. Take a short guided hike, admire the scenic landscape and discover the birthplace of the El Dorado legend. On the return trip to Bogotá stop at La Calera viewpoint for panoramic views of the city. Salt Cathedral and Nemocón Mine Tour with Lunch Once you have visited the Salt Cathedral and enjoyed a traditional Colombian lunch, discover the salt mine tunnels of Nemocón. Experience what it felt like to work 60 meters below ground. Be dropped off back in Bogotá at the end of the tour. Salt Cathedral & Villa de Levya Tour without Lunch Go from the Salt Cathedral to Villa de Leyva, famous for its cobblestone square Plaza Mayor, which at 150,695 square feet is the largest in Colombia. Learn about the history of this charming town before returning to your accommodation in Bogotá.

Villa de Leyva Trip by Private Transportation

Villa de Leyva Trip by Private Transportation

Travel with a friendly and knowledge driver on an excursion from Bogotá to the colonial village of Villa de Leyva. Before you arrive at the village, you'll have the option of visiting two nearby sights – choosing from Lagunas Azules, Casa de Barro, El Fossil, and El Infiernito. Afterwards, you’ll be driven to the Plaza Mayor in Villa de Leyva, and the driver will wait while you enjoy lunch and spend some time exploring the village on your own. Then you’re free to decide which additional sights you would like to visit. Late in the afternoon you’ll head back to Bogotá, where you’ll be dropped off.

Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

Discover Villa de Leyva on a full-day guided tour. See some of the most well-preserved colonial structures in Colombia, and admire the town's vibrant culture, historical sights, and striking natural beauty. Start your adventure at the breathtaking Sisga Dam. Then, head north to Raquira, a small town known for its traditional pottery. Next, take a short drive to Villa de Leyva’s Square: the largest entirely cobbled square in South America. Visit the Paleontological Museum and marvel at the fossils taken from the valley where Villa de Leyva is located. Learn their fascinating history dating back to the Cretaceous era. Stop for a quick break at a traditional restaurant and enjoy a local breakfast. Once ready, continue towards the hills to the Pozos Azules. Admire the blue-green reflection of the sky in these mineral-rich pools. Next stop: the Terracotta House. See the house made entirely out of clay and famously called "the largest piece of pottery in the world." Take some time to explore the quaint streets at your own pace before stopping once more for a delicious lunch.

From Bogota: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral & Villa de Leyva Tour

From Bogota: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral & Villa de Leyva Tour

Begin your tour with hotel pick-up in the morning and a scenic drive out to Villa de Leyva. On the way, enjoy the delicious staple of arepas, corn cakes that are often grilled or fried. Upon arrival in Villa de Leyva, step out and walk through the ancient streets lined with colonial-style houses that have remained mostly untouched since their construction. Founded in 1572, Villa de Leyva is famous for its cobblestone square Plaza Mayor, which at 150,695 square feet is the largest in Colombia. Learn about the history of the charming town from your guide before moving on. Head next to Zipaquira, where you will wander below ground into an enormous salt mine. Your guide will teach you about the history of salt and salt mining as you explore the beautifully lit cavern, eventually reaching the salt cathedral. The church was originally built in 1932 as a place for miners to offer daily prayers and was inaugurated in 1954. Today it is a fully functional church with a weekly service held on Sundays. Spend time in the unique cathedral before returning to the surface and heading back to Bogota.

From Bogotá: Full day tour to Villa de Leyva and Raquira

From Bogotá: Full day tour to Villa de Leyva and Raquira

Your adventure kicks off with a pick-up from your Bogotá accommodation and a scenic drive to Villa de Leyva, a picturesque colonial town approximately 4 hours away. Upon arrival, you'll be enchanted by the cobblestone streets, adorned with historic buildings that tell tales of Colombia's past. Your first stop is the iconic Plaza Mayor, the heart of Villa de Leyva and the largest cobblestone square in South America. Here, you'll soak in the colonial charm while admiring the surrounding architecture and lively atmosphere. Next, indulge your senses at the Chocolate Museum, where you'll learn about the history of chocolate in Colombia and sample some mouthwatering treats. It's a sweet experience you won't soon forget! Then, get ready for outdoor adventure as you choose between exploring the vibrant Pozos de Colores, embarking on a scenic hike around Villa de Leyva, or tackling the thrilling 12 Desafíos adventure course. From hanging bridges to canopy tours, there's plenty of adrenaline-pumping fun to be had. After working up an appetite, enjoy a delicious lunch in Ráquira, a nearby artisan village known for its colorful pottery and crafts. Take in the sights and sounds of this charming town as you savor traditional Colombian cuisine. Before heading back to Bogotá, don't miss the chance to visit the Mano del Artesano viewpoint in Ráquira. From here, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, providing the perfect backdrop for some memorable photos. As the day comes to a close, reflect on the unforgettable experiences and new memories made during your adventure in Villa de Leyva and Ráquira. With its blend of history, culture, and outdoor excitement, this day trip promises to be a highlight of your Colombian journey.

Paragliding in Cañon del Chicamocha

Paragliding in Cañon del Chicamocha

If you are wanting to take your Colombian trip to the next level, join us in this fantastic paragliding experience over Santander’s Cañon del Chicamocha (Chicamocha’s Canyon). Challenge yourself on this tour and create exciting memories. Whether you are experienced or a beginner, in your 15 to 20 minutes fly over Santander’s canyon, you could ask for an easy-going mode or an acrobatic mode, it is all up to you. We will make sure you fly free through our Colombian skies. Warning: this is a plan for nature and adventure lovers and for every single person who wants to give it a try. Paragliding over Cañon del Chicamocha is one of the most exciting adventures one could undertake. You will have private transportation back and forth and all the necessary equipment to have an unforgettable flight. Depending on where you are staying, our driver will pick you up and you will head to this magical destination. The Chicamocha Canyon shows the best of Santander's nature and landscapes. The view you can get of the canyon at the place where we start is probably one of the most breathtaking of all. You will head to the top of one of the hills, where you will be introduced to the expert paragliding expert. A while after waiting for all the equipment to be ready, the guide will give you the instructions on how to have a safe flight. You will get ready and start flying accompanied for around 15 to 20 minutes over Chicamocha’s Canyon, enjoying the memorable view and landscapes and if you want, even doing some tricks in the air. Besides, with an extra fee you could get a recording of the flight. After a full experience in the emblematic Cañon del Chicamocha, you will be driven back to your hotel. Give yourself the chance to do something different this time. We guarantee there won’t be regrets but cherished memories with us.

From Villa de Leyva: La Periquera Hiking Tour

From Villa de Leyva: La Periquera Hiking Tour

Besides its architecture and historical importance, Villa de Leyva is also known for its diversity of landscapes, as you can go from desertic areas to fog forests in some minutes. One of those places for nature lovers that you cannot miss while in Villa de Leyva is La Periquera Park. A beautiful path across 3 different waterfalls and imposing landscapes of Boyaca. If you really want to explore Villa de Leyva, give yourself one more day to have a short getaway to a natural jewel. This tour is perfect if you want to see a different side of Villa de Leyva’s surroundings, right before starting your trip around, or just after you explore the historic center. La Periquera Hiking Tour will be a smooth hike with low level of difficulty but high level of joy of connecting with nature. You will hike and even get the chance to swim in the refreshing waters of the river and creeks. The hills surrounding Boyaca and Villa de Leyva are full of adventures, ready for you to jump in. So why not come with us to this amazing waterfall park? It’s just a short drive away! Upon arrival, you will enter a trail full of curious endemic plants. After some time, you will arrive to the Cebada riverbed, which crosses the park forming different waterfalls. You will have the opportunity to see three of these waterfalls, one of them 15 meters high called La Periquera. And you will be able to take a refreshing bath and enjoy the clear water of the river. After a fantastic day of connecting with nature, you and our team will take your way back to the hotel in Villa de Leyva. We are sure it will be an experience to remember.

From Bogotá: Private Tour to Villa de Leyva

From Bogotá: Private Tour to Villa de Leyva

Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation in Bogotá and drive to the historic town of Villa de Leyva, approximately 4 hours from the city center. Explore the colonial buildings on foot on arrival. Go to the main square (Plaza Mayor), thought to be the largest cobbled square in South America. we will visit the emblematic and traditional chocolate museum where you can taste a delicious chocolate. You will have a tour of a wonderful vineyard called ain karim ending with a wine tasting. Then we will go to have lunch in a nearby artisan village called raquira where you can see all kinds of typical handicrafts of the region.

Camino Real from Barichara to Guane Day Tour

Camino Real from Barichara to Guane Day Tour

Crossing from the charming small town of Barichara to the even smaller and magical town of Guane is one of those activities you must do when in Santander. You will adventure through a path that has a perfect combination of cobblestoned trails, nature, amazing landscapes, warm and friendly people all along the way. And though the day will be a bit hot, we guarantee you it will all be worth it as there will not be a minute of boredom during this walk. Join us and live it on your own! The Camino Real from Barichara to Guane is a path of 5,5 km and walking it can take from 2 to 3 hours. The hike has a low-medium level of difficulty and most of the route is on a wide cobblestone path so no one can miss this experience. This path was declared a national monument in 1977 and restored in 1988. It is a faithful reflection of the work of the Guane Indians who inhabited the area, since it was built with stone, so representative of this region. Depending on where you are staying, our driver will pick you up and you will head to this magical small town considered one of the most beautiful small towns in Colombia. You will head to the start of the path and during 5.5 kms we’ll walk with you at your own pace. Our guide will be telling you about some of the history of this trail, as well as stories of the region, its costumes and traditions and why this Camino Real was so important decades ago, and how through tourism, santandereano people want to promote it more. You will have free time to explore this little town, take a break and a refreshing local drink, and then visit its viewpoints, church and enchanting small streets and old houses. Once you had time to rest, you will take the way back to Barichara through the same path, to wrap up a day of good walk to remember. You will also have the option to take a little bus that take people back to Barichara in case you are tired. After visiting both places and trekking for a while, you will head back to your hotel so you can rest the rest of the day. We think this is one of those memorable experiences that will make you remember and treasure your trip to Colombia and its magical diversity. Join us and be part of this.

Boyaca Region

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Our most recommended Boyaca Region Culture & history

From Bogota: Villa de Leyva Day Magic Town Tour

From Bogota: Villa de Leyva Day Magic Town Tour

Declared a National Monument in 1954, this magical town located 3 hours from Bogotá is a jewel of colonial Spanish architecture built in 1572. This Tour is a journey through time, an encounter with history, science, ceramics, archeology, art, and culture. We will pick you up at your Hotel / Hostel and make a stop on the way to have breakfast near the "Puente de Boyacá" (Bridge of Boyacá) where the final battle of Colombian independence took place. Once we arrive at Villa de Leyva, we will go down to the Plaza Mayor) where you will have time to have lunch before we keep going with the group towards Ráquira. This town also known as "the artisanal capital of Colombia", a very picturesque village with decorations on its houses.

Bogotá: Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour

Bogotá: Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour

Private Zipaquirá and Salt Cathedral Tour Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Bogotá at 09:00 AM or a time to suit you, and then journey to the colonial town of Zipaquirá, famous for its Salt Cathedral. Relax on the 60 to 90-minute trip to the cathedral, where on arrival you will be accompanied to the entrance of the mine for a 2-hour guided tour in English or Spanish.  Located inside the depths of the world's biggest salt rock reserve, Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral was adapted from an old salt mine to function as a place of worship. Marvel at the icons, ornaments and architectural details hand-carved in the halite rock. Surface the mine to enjoy a typical Colombian lunch in one of Zipaquirá's best restaurants. Choose from fish or vegetarian options, or savor different plates of meat prepared in the traditional way on fire. Then, explore the main sights of the town, including Independence Square and the colonial center. Admire one of the oldest churches in Colombia. Drive back to Bogotá for drop-off at your accommodation, or book one of the following options to continue exploring. Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavitá Tour with Lunch After visiting the Salt Cathedral and enjoying a typical Colombian meal, go to the colonial town of Guatavitá. Take a short guided hike, admire the scenic landscape and discover the birthplace of the El Dorado legend. On the return trip to Bogotá stop at La Calera viewpoint for panoramic views of the city. Salt Cathedral and Nemocón Mine Tour with Lunch Once you have visited the Salt Cathedral and enjoyed a traditional Colombian lunch, discover the salt mine tunnels of Nemocón. Experience what it felt like to work 60 meters below ground. Be dropped off back in Bogotá at the end of the tour. Salt Cathedral & Villa de Levya Tour without Lunch Go from the Salt Cathedral to Villa de Leyva, famous for its cobblestone square Plaza Mayor, which at 150,695 square feet is the largest in Colombia. Learn about the history of this charming town before returning to your accommodation in Bogotá.

Villa de Leyva Trip by Private Transportation

Villa de Leyva Trip by Private Transportation

Travel with a friendly and knowledge driver on an excursion from Bogotá to the colonial village of Villa de Leyva. Before you arrive at the village, you'll have the option of visiting two nearby sights – choosing from Lagunas Azules, Casa de Barro, El Fossil, and El Infiernito. Afterwards, you’ll be driven to the Plaza Mayor in Villa de Leyva, and the driver will wait while you enjoy lunch and spend some time exploring the village on your own. Then you’re free to decide which additional sights you would like to visit. Late in the afternoon you’ll head back to Bogotá, where you’ll be dropped off.

Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

Discover Villa de Leyva on a full-day guided tour. See some of the most well-preserved colonial structures in Colombia, and admire the town's vibrant culture, historical sights, and striking natural beauty. Start your adventure at the breathtaking Sisga Dam. Then, head north to Raquira, a small town known for its traditional pottery. Next, take a short drive to Villa de Leyva’s Square: the largest entirely cobbled square in South America. Visit the Paleontological Museum and marvel at the fossils taken from the valley where Villa de Leyva is located. Learn their fascinating history dating back to the Cretaceous era. Stop for a quick break at a traditional restaurant and enjoy a local breakfast. Once ready, continue towards the hills to the Pozos Azules. Admire the blue-green reflection of the sky in these mineral-rich pools. Next stop: the Terracotta House. See the house made entirely out of clay and famously called "the largest piece of pottery in the world." Take some time to explore the quaint streets at your own pace before stopping once more for a delicious lunch.

From Bogota: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral & Villa de Leyva Tour

From Bogota: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral & Villa de Leyva Tour

Begin your tour with hotel pick-up in the morning and a scenic drive out to Villa de Leyva. On the way, enjoy the delicious staple of arepas, corn cakes that are often grilled or fried. Upon arrival in Villa de Leyva, step out and walk through the ancient streets lined with colonial-style houses that have remained mostly untouched since their construction. Founded in 1572, Villa de Leyva is famous for its cobblestone square Plaza Mayor, which at 150,695 square feet is the largest in Colombia. Learn about the history of the charming town from your guide before moving on. Head next to Zipaquira, where you will wander below ground into an enormous salt mine. Your guide will teach you about the history of salt and salt mining as you explore the beautifully lit cavern, eventually reaching the salt cathedral. The church was originally built in 1932 as a place for miners to offer daily prayers and was inaugurated in 1954. Today it is a fully functional church with a weekly service held on Sundays. Spend time in the unique cathedral before returning to the surface and heading back to Bogota.

From Bogotá: Full day tour to Villa de Leyva and Raquira

From Bogotá: Full day tour to Villa de Leyva and Raquira

Your adventure kicks off with a pick-up from your Bogotá accommodation and a scenic drive to Villa de Leyva, a picturesque colonial town approximately 4 hours away. Upon arrival, you'll be enchanted by the cobblestone streets, adorned with historic buildings that tell tales of Colombia's past. Your first stop is the iconic Plaza Mayor, the heart of Villa de Leyva and the largest cobblestone square in South America. Here, you'll soak in the colonial charm while admiring the surrounding architecture and lively atmosphere. Next, indulge your senses at the Chocolate Museum, where you'll learn about the history of chocolate in Colombia and sample some mouthwatering treats. It's a sweet experience you won't soon forget! Then, get ready for outdoor adventure as you choose between exploring the vibrant Pozos de Colores, embarking on a scenic hike around Villa de Leyva, or tackling the thrilling 12 Desafíos adventure course. From hanging bridges to canopy tours, there's plenty of adrenaline-pumping fun to be had. After working up an appetite, enjoy a delicious lunch in Ráquira, a nearby artisan village known for its colorful pottery and crafts. Take in the sights and sounds of this charming town as you savor traditional Colombian cuisine. Before heading back to Bogotá, don't miss the chance to visit the Mano del Artesano viewpoint in Ráquira. From here, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, providing the perfect backdrop for some memorable photos. As the day comes to a close, reflect on the unforgettable experiences and new memories made during your adventure in Villa de Leyva and Ráquira. With its blend of history, culture, and outdoor excitement, this day trip promises to be a highlight of your Colombian journey.

Paragliding in Cañon del Chicamocha

Paragliding in Cañon del Chicamocha

If you are wanting to take your Colombian trip to the next level, join us in this fantastic paragliding experience over Santander’s Cañon del Chicamocha (Chicamocha’s Canyon). Challenge yourself on this tour and create exciting memories. Whether you are experienced or a beginner, in your 15 to 20 minutes fly over Santander’s canyon, you could ask for an easy-going mode or an acrobatic mode, it is all up to you. We will make sure you fly free through our Colombian skies. Warning: this is a plan for nature and adventure lovers and for every single person who wants to give it a try. Paragliding over Cañon del Chicamocha is one of the most exciting adventures one could undertake. You will have private transportation back and forth and all the necessary equipment to have an unforgettable flight. Depending on where you are staying, our driver will pick you up and you will head to this magical destination. The Chicamocha Canyon shows the best of Santander's nature and landscapes. The view you can get of the canyon at the place where we start is probably one of the most breathtaking of all. You will head to the top of one of the hills, where you will be introduced to the expert paragliding expert. A while after waiting for all the equipment to be ready, the guide will give you the instructions on how to have a safe flight. You will get ready and start flying accompanied for around 15 to 20 minutes over Chicamocha’s Canyon, enjoying the memorable view and landscapes and if you want, even doing some tricks in the air. Besides, with an extra fee you could get a recording of the flight. After a full experience in the emblematic Cañon del Chicamocha, you will be driven back to your hotel. Give yourself the chance to do something different this time. We guarantee there won’t be regrets but cherished memories with us.

From Villa de Leyva: La Periquera Hiking Tour

From Villa de Leyva: La Periquera Hiking Tour

Besides its architecture and historical importance, Villa de Leyva is also known for its diversity of landscapes, as you can go from desertic areas to fog forests in some minutes. One of those places for nature lovers that you cannot miss while in Villa de Leyva is La Periquera Park. A beautiful path across 3 different waterfalls and imposing landscapes of Boyaca. If you really want to explore Villa de Leyva, give yourself one more day to have a short getaway to a natural jewel. This tour is perfect if you want to see a different side of Villa de Leyva’s surroundings, right before starting your trip around, or just after you explore the historic center. La Periquera Hiking Tour will be a smooth hike with low level of difficulty but high level of joy of connecting with nature. You will hike and even get the chance to swim in the refreshing waters of the river and creeks. The hills surrounding Boyaca and Villa de Leyva are full of adventures, ready for you to jump in. So why not come with us to this amazing waterfall park? It’s just a short drive away! Upon arrival, you will enter a trail full of curious endemic plants. After some time, you will arrive to the Cebada riverbed, which crosses the park forming different waterfalls. You will have the opportunity to see three of these waterfalls, one of them 15 meters high called La Periquera. And you will be able to take a refreshing bath and enjoy the clear water of the river. After a fantastic day of connecting with nature, you and our team will take your way back to the hotel in Villa de Leyva. We are sure it will be an experience to remember.

From Bogotá: Private Tour to Villa de Leyva

From Bogotá: Private Tour to Villa de Leyva

Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation in Bogotá and drive to the historic town of Villa de Leyva, approximately 4 hours from the city center. Explore the colonial buildings on foot on arrival. Go to the main square (Plaza Mayor), thought to be the largest cobbled square in South America. we will visit the emblematic and traditional chocolate museum where you can taste a delicious chocolate. You will have a tour of a wonderful vineyard called ain karim ending with a wine tasting. Then we will go to have lunch in a nearby artisan village called raquira where you can see all kinds of typical handicrafts of the region.

Camino Real from Barichara to Guane Day Tour

Camino Real from Barichara to Guane Day Tour

Crossing from the charming small town of Barichara to the even smaller and magical town of Guane is one of those activities you must do when in Santander. You will adventure through a path that has a perfect combination of cobblestoned trails, nature, amazing landscapes, warm and friendly people all along the way. And though the day will be a bit hot, we guarantee you it will all be worth it as there will not be a minute of boredom during this walk. Join us and live it on your own! The Camino Real from Barichara to Guane is a path of 5,5 km and walking it can take from 2 to 3 hours. The hike has a low-medium level of difficulty and most of the route is on a wide cobblestone path so no one can miss this experience. This path was declared a national monument in 1977 and restored in 1988. It is a faithful reflection of the work of the Guane Indians who inhabited the area, since it was built with stone, so representative of this region. Depending on where you are staying, our driver will pick you up and you will head to this magical small town considered one of the most beautiful small towns in Colombia. You will head to the start of the path and during 5.5 kms we’ll walk with you at your own pace. Our guide will be telling you about some of the history of this trail, as well as stories of the region, its costumes and traditions and why this Camino Real was so important decades ago, and how through tourism, santandereano people want to promote it more. You will have free time to explore this little town, take a break and a refreshing local drink, and then visit its viewpoints, church and enchanting small streets and old houses. Once you had time to rest, you will take the way back to Barichara through the same path, to wrap up a day of good walk to remember. You will also have the option to take a little bus that take people back to Barichara in case you are tired. After visiting both places and trekking for a while, you will head back to your hotel so you can rest the rest of the day. We think this is one of those memorable experiences that will make you remember and treasure your trip to Colombia and its magical diversity. Join us and be part of this.

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