Escape the city and experience two of Colombia’s top attractions on a private tour of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavita from Bogota. Descend to the otherworldly Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral; enjoy a Colombian lunch in Zipaquirá, known as the City of Salt; and discover the legend of El Dorado during a visit to Lake Guatavita, a crater lake famed for its vivid green color. Entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Explore the coastline beyond Cartagena with this full-day private boat tour. Leave the navigating to your private guide and admire views during the journey to the Rosario Islands. Visit the islands of Cholon and Baru for a day spent sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling. Return to Cartagena at the end of the day.
Get an insider’s look at the life of notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar during this 4- to 5-hour private excursion in Medellin. Learn the true stories behind this mythical figure from a local expert, visiting key locations like the soccer field he built for the community, the house where he was murdered on the roof, and the cemetery where he’s buried, plus much more.
Enjoy the first architectural wonder of Colombia: The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá and discover the main squares of this colonial city. Then let yourself be amazed by Bogota, a vibrant cultural, historical and heritage metropolis.
Easily combine a trip to the colonial town of Villa de Leyva with a tour of the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá on this tour from Bogotá. Travel from your hotel with the comfort and ease of private transportation, and then enjoy informative commentary about each destination from your guide upon arrival. This tour includes all entrance fees and favorite local snacks for extra value.
During your trip to Bogotá, Colombia visit with our ALL INCLUSIVE tour the first wonder of Colombia, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá.The tour starts from a place of lodging in Bogotá and you will be transferred to Zipaquirá, a town declared a historical and cultural heritage of Colombia for its colonial architecture and a place full of the history of our indigenous ancestors, where the Salt Cathedral is located.Upon entering you will live a unique experience, descending 180 meters underground through the tunnels with different stops that represent the Stations of the Cross, you will reach the only underground temple in the world and the second most impressive place on the planet.At the end of the tour of the Cathedral of Sal, optionally you can enjoy the colonial beauty of Zipaquirá, making a short tour of its historic center and before returning to Bogota, you will be delighted with a typical Colombian lunch.
Focus on the life and times of Pablo Escobar and the Comuna 13 on this private tour of Medellin. Booking a private tour means you'll get personalized attention and you can enjoy a flexible itinerary, moving at your own pace through the attractions. You'll have plenty of time to ask questions of your guide regarding the city's history, culture, architecture, and arts.
Immerse yourself in Colombia’s world-famous coffee industry during this private tour of Hacienda Coloma. Discover every stage of the coffee-making process, from growing to harvesting to roasting and brewing, finishing with a freshly-brewed taste of the hacienda’s own beans. A Colombian lunch, plus a stop at the nursery gardens of San Miguel are also included.
Explore the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral and the surrounding town on this guided tour. The popular attraction features underground tunnels and vaults that you’ll be able to wander around as you learn about the salt production process and its historical significance. Plus, visit the Zipaquira village where you’ll be able to stroll the streets and shop for souvenirs.
Experience Colombia’s beautiful Rosario Islands with this excursion to an exclusive beach club. After catching a speedboat from La Bodeguita Pier in Cartagena, head to Bora Bora and enjoy a complimentary cocktail and beach bed. Savor a delicious lunch—vegetarian, chicken and fish are available—and kick back by the water. Paddle boards, kayaks, and a masseuse are available for an extra charge.
Discover a stunning landscape at the foot of Los Nevados on a full-day tour to Cocora Valley, a coffee farm and Salento. Follow trails through soaring wax palms, and listen for the sounds of tropical birds and wildlife as you hike into a mountainside cloud forest. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, then follow the coffee production process from plant to cup on a local farm. Explore brightly painted architecture and a historic town square in the picture-perfect colonial town of Salento before returning to Pereira.
Visit the popular Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá on this day trip from Bogotá. Wander around this Colombian architectural wonder, which is the only underground Catholic church in the world, and learn about the salt production process and its significance. Afterward, stop in the town of Zipaquirá where you can enjoy lunch (not included in the price of the tour).
Travel in comfort to El Peñol from Medellín on this private tour that includes transportation in a new air-conditioned vehicle. Get a personalized experience on a fully narrated tour that can be catered to your interests regarding the history and culture of the region.
This private day trip takes you to view Salto del Tequendama (Tequendama Falls), located on the Bogotá River. Getting there is made easier with a private vehicle and driver-guide to show the way, with the added bonus of a scenic journey to Hacienda Coloma for a delicious taste of Colombian coffee.
Enjoy 2 wonders underground; the first, a mystical and amazing place, the Mina de Sal de Nemocón and the only underground cathedral in the world, the first wonder of Colombia, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá.Starting from your place of lodging you will be transferred to Nemocón where 80 meters underground you will find the second largest salt mine in Colombia with more than 500 years of history to know the process of salt production used since pre-Hispanic times and enjoy 1,600 meters amazing tunnels and cameras, with spectacular attractions such as the salt waterfall, the well of desires and the brine mirrors, among others.Then you will be transferred to Zipaquirá, a municipality declared a historical and cultural heritage where you will enjoy a typical lunch of the region and descend 180 meters underground through tunnels with stops representing the Stations of the Cross, you will reach the second most impressive place on the planet, the Salt Cathedral
From arepas to traditional drinks and tropical fruits, there’s so much to taste in Medellin that it’s hard to know where to start. Join a private guide for a Medellin food tour that tailors local flavors to your preferences; you’ll try a curated list of foods with a guide to help explain the backstory behind every bite.
Get a personalized look at some of Medellín’s top attractions during this 4- to 6-hour private sightseeing tour. Explore the downtown area using a mix of car, walking, metro, and aerial cable cars, then ascend to the Santo Domingo Savio Library, where you’ll enjoy panoramic city views. Finish with a trip to El Pueblito Paisa, which recreates life in colonial Colombia.
Combine two popular Bogotá day trips into a single outing on this tour to the Nemocón Salt Mines and the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. Going on a tour not only streamlines transportation and admission—entrance prices are included in the tour price—but also ensures a quality guide to inform and share stories that bring each sight to life.
Explore the notorious legacy of Pablo Escobar during this private tour investigating the one-time Medellín hangouts and neighborhoods inhabited by the drug kingpin and his gang. This Escobar-themed tour of Medellín is as much a celebration of the city’s economic and social resurgence as it is a trip down memory lane. Visit sites that once hosted fierce turf battles between the Cali and Medellín cartels in the 1980s. Then check out the safe, thriving neighborhood of Comuna 13, once used by Escobar to recruit his army of assassins and killers. Your Escobar trip also includes a guide, bottled water, and a metro ticket.
Tierra Bomba Island is a newly develope island crossing Cartagena bay, for years it was a forgotten place with a huge social crissis. For over 5 years The team backing Namasté Club, has been training and working with locals to develope a sustainable solution for the island. When you visit Namasté beach Club, you´ll be host by Locals and you´ll experience a chillout vibe with an international boho style. The palce is stunning and all of it´s cornners are full of lovely boho details, the food is gourmet, healthy and balance. 100% eco friendly, It is part of the experience to walk arround the propperty. Namasté Is one of the two beach clubs of The beach Hotel Cartagena. The view is great, you can feel the permanent contrast between nature and an modern city. PS: You can ask our team to guide on a eco walk. There are some other restaurants in the island,, the proyect is growing an a lot of people discover how beautifull tierrabomba is, still we are the best ;) Yoga class Available.
Come with us to Finca La Victoria, a coffee farm located between 600 and 800 meters above the level sea, up in the mountain, you will find this self-sustainable 127 years old coffee farm, where you will get to know first hand how coffee is picked, selected, treated and packed. And what makes this even more fascinating is that still use the same machines they imported more than 100 years ago. Would you like to know how the managed to transport those huge machines through that hard and unpaved road? We bet you'd be more than glad to. After visiting Finca La Victoria and eating lunch, our next stop is Pozo Azul waterfalls. Here you will relax, swim and enjoy the rest of the day. These are the most famous waterfalls in Minca and the most recommended one.
Like our top-ranked coffee tour, the Medellín Day Trips Chocolate Tour in Medellin is an authentic and personal experience, where you’ll get a chance to observe all the steps required to produce high-quality artisanal chocolate on a traditional Colombian family farm.Well, MedellinDayTrips have set up this tour under the same principles and a similar lay out that gives you a complete understanding of the process of chocolate, but especially artisanal process.You’ll have the opportunity to connect with nature and pick cacao fruits straight from the tree, as well as support the local farmers who make their living producing cacao.
Without a guided tour of Lake Guatavita, you might miss out on some of the history and folklore that make the area so much more than a beautiful destination. Private transit from Bogotá solves transportation logistics, making it easier for you to get out of the city to enjoy a guided hike, beautiful vistas, and traditional lunch. Plus, value pricing makes this an ideal Bogotá day trip.