Vibrant and exciting, Bogota's street art scene can't be missed. This street art tour makes sure you don't overlook a thing as your guide takes you to some of the city's essential murals in the La Candelaria urban art district. Learn about the history of Bogota and get a local perspective on its culture as you go.
Coffee is one of Colombia’s most famous exports, but gaining insight into the production process can be tricky in the capital. Visit a local cafe, roaster, and market on a coffee tour of Bogota, and learn about the life cycle of the Colombian coffee bean from experts. Enjoy snacks and tasters included in the price, and benefit from round-trip transfer from your hotel to travel across the sprawling city with ease.
Hansa Tours is ready to help you bend the borders of gender! Unleash the drag queen/king you got inside with the help of our drag muse. We will take from you to sicking!! Remember you will be the start of the night and the crowd will wait for you.
This is the one activity you must do if you are looking for a full immersive experience. Tejo, is our beloved national sport. It is a fun filled, throwing game and definitely, something you’ve never seen before!You will enter a completely new, extravagant atmosphere. This is a mix between a pub and a football court, playing loud popular music. The objective of the game is to through a metal disc from one side of the court to the other, in order to hit an envelope filled with gun powder and make it blow! We believe drinking improves the aim, hence all the drinking during the game. So, get ready and join our local host on a Tejo match, try your aim and drink beer with us!
The tea tasting is done with high quality Japanese teas, traditional methods, and traditional teaware, by Ricardo Caicedo, the first and only Colombian certified as a Japanese tea advisor by the Nihoncha Instructor Association.You will learn about tea, its history, how to prepare tea and how to taste it.Choose four teas of your liking. Among the teas are green teas (this includes matcha as well), black teas, oolong teas, and dark teas. This assortment is very hard to come by outside Japan, especially the Japanese dark teas.
If you love beer, join us in this fun tour of Bogota Beer Company’s brewery! A tour of the history of beer in Colombia, the arrival of microbreweries, and entrepreneurship: BBC has all the essentials down. Come with us and experience what goes behind this unique and amazing tasting beer!
Connect with Colombian culture through some of the country's most beloved dishes during this cooking class in Bogota. Learn to make arepas, empanadas, plantains, and sweet beverages using fresh ingredients and traditional methods. In addition to the delicious homemade meal, you’ll also get insight into daily life in Bogota, as the lesson is held at the instructor’s own home.
Gain authentic insight into traditional Colombian culture with a cooking class and meal in the home of a Bogota local. Pick up new skills as you learn traditional recipes from your host, benefiting from plenty of hands-on practice. Afterwards, sit down together to feast on the end product of your efforts, with all necessary ingredients included in the price.
First of all, we meet at this bar to play "Tapazo" a traditional colombian game to warm up with all this beer experience and know eachother. Then we go to the old house where was produced the fisrt beer by a colombian. We will learn about the 3 periods (Colonial, Republican, Modern) Colombia has pass trough and influence of beer and alcohol in our society. After that we will start with the first local breweries Huitaca tou have a tropical pint of beer, next point is a reconized craft beer Manigua, then we are going to have one beer made in Medellin. If you are still thirsty, no worries, there are 2 spots left. A trendy bar where they produce their own beer and finally the last one where we got plenty options of all the craft beers of Bogota.
During your excursion you’ll discover the complete process from the time the seed is planted, to handpicking the bean, roasted and more. While visiting the Hacienda Coloma you’ll also get the opportunity to have one of their freshly brewed coffees and sample some coffee liqueur as well.Enjoy a relaxing drive for 1-1.3hrs for an in-depth tour of everything coffee. You’ll understand how and when the seeds are planted, when the beans are harvested and why they are handpicked. You’ll discover the entire process of depulping, washing, drying and sorting into different categories for local and export quality; finally you’ll understand the importance of the bean roasting and how a different flavour can be achieved with just little changes.You will travel in private transport to and from the Coloma Hacienda. On arrival you will meet your bilingual guide and join others for this coffee tour.
Spend an afternoon hanging out like a local on this tour of a craft brewery and tejo course in Bogotá. Learn about the process of making the perfect microbrew on a private, behind-the-scenes of the Milagrosa brewery—plenty of tastings included—and then head to a professional tejo course to learn how to play the popular Colombian sport (and yes, more drinks are included).
Start the tour with a visit to one of the best craft breweries in Bogotá, where you'll learn how beer is made, it's ingredients and you'll have the chance to see how a small brewery operates. You'll get to try their beers and enjoy a glass of it at their beer garden.After this you'll head towards Quinta Camacho neighborhood, an area which is becoming a craft beer district, having pubs from some of the best independent craft breweries. At this area you'll visit two different pubs, having a beer tasting at each stop, while your guide tells you about beer history. You'll have a full beer at each pub after the tastings.
Savor the world-famous coffee of Colombia, and learn about how it’s grown and made, on this day trip to an authentic coffee plantation outside Bogotá. Head to the town of Fusagasugá, site of the Hacienda Coloma Coffee Plantation, with your guide, to get a first-hand look at the coffee-making process, sample the latest roasts, and learn about the history of coffee. Your coffee tour also includes roundtrip transportation from your Bogotá hotel, lunch, and all entrance fees.