Explore central Bogotá on this half-day sightseeing bike tour. Visit the city’s historical center, known as La Candelaria, plus a traditional fruit market and coffee factory. Along the way, pass by landmarks such as the Plaza de Toros and the Museo Nacional and see street art murals. Plus, stop in the Parque Nacional to sample traditional Colombian street foods.
This Bogota city tour offers much more than an in-depth overview of the city. Pick up tickets to museums, sample local fruits and food specialties, and learn first-hand about Colombia’s economy through a coffee tasting—all in between checking out top landmarks with your guide. This tour packs in the value even more with a round-trip ticket to the popular Monserrate funicular if option is selected.
You’ll be able to choose between a 7-hour tour including Monserrate, Gold Museum and Botero Museum, or a 5-hour tour which includes only Monserrate or museums. Join us!
Discover the best of Bogotá’s tourist attractions, covering its most famous neighborhoods, museums and sights on this tour with optional 5-hour or 8-hour itineraries. Explore the cobblestoned streets of the La Candelaria neighborhood, see the city’s historic district and La Catedral Primera (Prime Cathedra), view gold artifacts at the famed Museo de Oro and take a cable car to the famous Mount Monserrate. Your trip also includes a guide, hotel pickup and drop-off, entrance fees and lunch (with the 8-hour tour option).
Get an in-depth insight in Bogotá's oldest and most eclectic district on this guided tour of La Candelaria. Your guide points out some of the most interesting street art as you walk to a chicha bar to learn about the local alcoholic beverage, then you head to a local market to taste of some of the nation’s unique fruits. Also visit cafés for insight into Colombian coffee and to the Plaza del Rosario and Plaza Simón Bolivar.
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.
Cycle through the city streets on this bike tour of Bogota, Colombia. Acquaint yourself with the Athens of South America as you visit Bogota's must-see sites such as the National Museum and Brazil Park in addition to contemporary street art. This tour also includes tastings at the Fruit Market and a coffee processing demonstration.
Learn how to make Colombian cuisine during a cooking class in Bogota. After visiting a market for a tour of local items for sale, you’ll head to your host’s home to prepare authentic dishes. Hear about Colombian culture and the role food plays, and then enjoy your creations. Booking this tour ahead of time means you don’t have to worry about a sold-out class.
Explore La Chorrera Natural Park on this guided hiking trip from Bogotá. Located in the forest of the Andes mountains, the park features waterfalls and lush landscapes. Visit Guadalupe Hill and enjoy an amazing view of Bogotá.
The hike is suited for hikers with some experience and includes steep, slippery, and rocky slopes. You’ll also be able to choose an option which includes lunch during the tour.
Step inside one of Colombia’s most unique architectural works on this half-day tour to Zipaquirá from Bogota. Venture underground to discover the vast salt mines of Zipaquirá, learn about the city’s long salt mining history and see how the salt is collected. Finally, admire the grand Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, a church entirely made out of salt. Enjoy a personalized experience with a maximum of 10 travelers.
Take an adventure to the lush forests outside Bogotá on this full-day tour to the towering waterfalls of El Chiflón and La Chorrera (the country’s tallest). Join your guide on a strenuous hike through Colombia’s majestic countryside to these two falls, enjoying beautiful views along the way. At the conclusion of your hike, take a break for a hearty meal of Colombian specialties in La Candelaria neighborhood in Bogotá or alternately, depending on time and availability, in Choachi. Your voyage also includes round-trip transportation from hotels in Bogotá, plus all necessary equipment, bottled water, and snacks.
Make the most of your Bogotá layover on this sightseeing tour of the city, modified to fit your flight schedule and accompanied by private guide. Have a chance to experience some of the Colombian capital’s top sights, including the historic La Candelaria neighborhood, the Botero Museum, Monserrate Sanctuary, a Colombian shopping mall or lunch at an authentic local restaurant. You choose the places to visit based on your interests and connecting flight times. Your tour also includes round-trip transportation to and from the airport, plus all entrance fees.
Explore Bogota by bike on this comprehensive tour. Start in the heart of downtown and visit the Bolivar and Santader Plazas to learn about Colombian history. Bike down Seventh Avenue and head to Independence Park and National Park to get a sense of contemporary culture in Bogota. Continue on Parkway Street, an important artistic area, before returning to Chorro de Quevedo.
Plan ahead with a prepaid ticket to Zipaquira Salt Cathedral. This popular attraction features a light show, guided tours of the underground cathedral, a theme park, and a 3-D movie. Ticket valid anytime during opening hours.
Explore Guatavita Lake and the Salt Cathedral, two of the area's top attractions, in a single tour from Bogota. You'll travel with a guide dedicated to your private party only, which means you'll enjoy plenty of personalized attention and a flexible itinerary. Take in the scenery of Guatavita Lake on a sightseeing tour, then explore the Salt Cathedral with a provided audio guide. Round-trip private transportation makes for a convenient door-to-door experience.
This full-day hiking tour through the Andean paramo landscape of Sumapaz National Park, near Bogotá, is designed for avid hikers who want to see the natural side of Colombia. Hike along peaceful yet challenging trails to explore the park's paramo ecosystem with its watersheds, unusual plants, and hardy animals, and enjoy a home-cooked lunch and food shopping at a local market.
Explore Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, an incredible structure carved into the walls and ceiling of an abaondoned salt mine, on this half-day, family-friendly tour departing from Bogotá. Descend inside this sprawling underground structure with the help of a guide, gaining insight into the history and construction of salt cathedrals along the way. Your visit also includes round-trip transportation from your hotel in Bogotá and all entrance fees.
Explore the underground Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira with this 7-hour private tour from Bogota. Tour the tunnels of this subterranean wonder and learn all about its history with a bilingual audioguide. Return to the historic center of Zipaquira for a traditional Colombian lunch of soup, salad, plantains, and more. Enjoy a brief sightseeing tour of Zipaquira before your return to Bogota.
Get a deeper insight into the history and culture of Bogotá than is possible alone on this guided walking tour with a maximum of 15 people. After exploring the Botero Museum, dedicated to Colombia's most famous sculptor, stroll through the historic center and hear stories of Bogotá's beginnings. Learning also about controversial moments in the city's history, visit Congress, the Prime Cathedral, The Palace of Justice, and the City Hall.
we going to get deep in La Chorrera, Colombia´s highest waterfall, is closer than you have ever imagined. we also pass by a paramo in our way and stop for to take some pictures and enjoy the paramos de cruz verde; the idea is to know more about the native life and nature and also to walk around a high andian forest; A 590m wall of water will be in front of your eyes in a 1.5hs trekking tour where you can enjoy the Andean jungle. Take a refreshing shower with thousands of drops coming from the sky. the energetic land for to clean our souls. Come and see the colorful birds hidden at the top of the trees and breathe pure nature in this spectacular landscape. And if you love cheese, well this is the place for you to try a new one, produced by local farmers.
Experience the natural wonders of Colombia on this combined day trip to the subterranean Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavita (Laguna de Guatavita). This fun-filled day of outdoor activity offers an opportunity to discover an amazing cathedral built into the walls of a former mine before checking out a lake considered by many to be the source of the famous “El Dorado” legend. Your tour includes round-trip transportation from your Bogotá hotel plus a guide, lunch, and all entrance fees.
we visit 7 places where we try food from 7 diferent Regions of Colombia and also we have the oportunity of to cook our own empanadas.
The perfect way to get in touch with the culture, history and the flavours of Colombia. It’s a very natural way to be together with the native people and interact with them; at the market and the local house for example. We get to know more about Colombian cuisine because bogota is a capital where all the Colombian people do live; so you really get the opportunity of to try traditional Colombian food from all around Colombian just in one city. Perfect for to know colombia in one afternoon. By the true Colombian food.
this experience is friendly with vegetarian people.
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Learn about coffee from bean to cup as you walk through a trendy Bogotá neighborhood on this coffee shop tour. A guide with expertise in the coffee industry tells you about the process of picking the cherries, drying and roasting the beans, and finally pouring the perfect cup as you walk to a number of specialty coffee shops to try their best brews—a must for coffee lovers visiting Bogotá.