Experimente a noite em Cartagena em uma excursão de 4 horas que inclui a entrada em um dos melhores clubes de dança na cidade! Comece a sua festa espetacular a bordo do ‘chiva,’ um ônibus de madeira colorido que serve como transporte comum na área rural da Colômbia. Desfrute de música ao vivo, bebidas e lanches gratuitos a bordo enquanto você excursiona pela cidade murada, Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO. Continue a festa no clube noturno local, onde você pode optar por ficar ou ser levado de volta para o hotel mais tarde.
Vale a pena fazer por ser um programa altamente de turista master! Um onibus velho, and quot;típico and quot; da cidade, com uma banda que toca rumba, bem divertida.
Passa em alguns, não todos, como fora descrito, os pontos da cidade. Para nas Las Bóvedas a noite, qdo todas as lojas de souvenirs estão fechadas e fica 45 min por lá, no escuro.
A bebida and quot;típica and quot; constitui-se de uma garrafa d fanta, uma garrafa de rum, um copo plástico e gelo e vc mesmo faz a mistura...
Ao final, vc fica em uma discoteca, que parece uma garagem dos velhos bailinhos de antes dos 15 anos, q toca música local...
Embora eu possa parecer q tenha descrito um programa de indio, todas essas presepadas valem a pena, rendem muitas risadas, e foi um dos passeios mais divertidos que eu fiz!!
First of all, I think we got on the WRONG chivas bus. Not only did we initially drive around in circles dropping and picking up people and vendors, but it was like we were stuck with families that were not our own. This was a group tour with moms, dads, kids, grandma and grandpas, I dont know about you but it was not what we signed up for. After our drive around for circles we went to some small shopping mart where more peddlers would attack you like hawks. At which point we decided to was time to jet to a real bar by taxi. No this is not a bar crawl tour and no this was NOT fun. We were deceived and viator is usually trustworthy, you did us dirty in Colombia, Shame!
I would say this tour would of been more fun if we had some more drinks to pregame before the Chiva Bus tour. They give you minimal rum/coke and essentially you just drive around the city. They stopped the bus at one point in front of the old city walls and then after standing on the side of the street for 30 mins being swarmed by street vendors trying to sell you stuff, we got back on the bus to then be dropped off in front of 2-3 bars. If you walk about a block past where they drop you off, you'll find a Salsa bar worth going into otherwise the other bars just got crammed with tourist which eventually we had not choice to leave because it was crowded. After the difficulty we had waiting to find the bus, there was no contact information on the reservation confirmation page and we were just waiting and asking around at the hotel plaza, I wouldn't recommend it. I don't even know how were lucky enough to talk to someone who figured out what bus we were waiting for. I would highly recommend just booking through one of street vendors and having some drinks before you get on the bus!
Do NOT book this through Viator. My friends and I booked this tour several weeks in advance. We tried calling both the regular contact number and emergency number for Gray Line to set up our hotel pick-up the tour operator listed on our voucher, and no one would answer. We finally decided to go directly to the meeting area since it was nearby. Once we got there, it was total chaos. There were several tour operators, and none of them were from Gray Line and no one knew what Viator was. A large group of other people waiting for the tour got on a bus right away because they booked through their hotel. When a tour operator finally showed up we assume he was from Gray Line, but it was so confusing that we still don't know he let us on the bus an hour later, so we missed a good chunk of the tour. This experience was so frustrating and unprofessional. If you choose to do a Shiva bus tour, book through your hotel or a local agency - DO NOT book through Viator.
Really not much of a tour, just rode around in an old bus with some rum and coke. Stopped at a few places of no interest and had to dance. Thought was a bilingual tour but we were the only English speakers, but that was OK. Difficult to put together an English tour as vast majority of tourists are Spanish speaking.
Really fun tour. Figuring out where to meet your tour guide and who's supposed to pick you up can be confusing and somewhat stressful which seems somewhat consistent from my experience when using Viator tours particularly in foreign countries. Overall though fun tour, fun guides although we seemed to ride around the same area for an hour for some reason.