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In a Nutshell

  • Become a coffee master while staying in one of the world's best coffee producing countries.
  • Learn every step of the coffee process from the seed to your cup.
  • Have a very special coffee tasting that will fine-tune your palate in order to capture the diverse flavors that are presented in coffee.
  • Go to a coffee roaster well you will learn everything there is behind a delicious cup of Colombian coffee.
  • Learn to be a coffee judge and tell good coffee from bad coffee.
  • Dive deeply into local culture at a small market where you will taste exotic fruits and herbs, and experience the lively local trade.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
  • A knowledgeable English speaking professional guide.
  • Guidance of a coffee expert at the roaster.
  • Guided coffee tasting of 4 different samples.
  • Fruits and snack at the local farmer's market.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Be part of the most memorable pub crawl in Bogota ever, by visiting various venues that will drive you off the mainstream and get a taste of the different environments Bogota has to offer when it comes to partying.
  • Enjoy a couple of Colombian craft beers at a typical neighborhood bar and get ready to turn the heat up for the night.
  • Celebrate at a Colombian themed party full of surprises and intricate details; definitely a magical way to party surrounded by art and the very best of what Colombia has to offer.
  • To finish off the night on a high note, party 41 floors above ground level; admire one of the best views of Bogota at night from the center of the city and make sure to have a giant blast. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transportation between sites.
  • Cover fees to bars and clubs.
  • First round of beers at the first venue.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 

 


In a Nutshell

  • Dare to discover the streets of Bogota, one of the 20 best cities for street art in the world.

  • Visit El Chorro de Quevedo and learn about the founding history of Bogota while you appreciate some of the first interventions of urban art in La Candelaria.
  • Experience the urban transportation of Bogotá, by riding on Transmilenio, the metro bus that connects the entire city.
  • See closely the Colpatria building, currently the highest in the country and famous for its unique night lighting.
  • Enjoy the best combination of street art and colonial and republican architecture in La Candelaria and Teusaquillo, two of the oldest and most traditional areas of the city.
  • Visit Visaje Galeria, a meeting point for street artists and witness how street art is finding its place into the art market.  

 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transport between various tour sites (we use transmilenio)
  • Coffee break and snack.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, French).
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Dive into beer culture visiting various venues that reveal what Colombia has to offer when it comes to beer.
  • Experience an authentic piece of Colombian culture in a game of Tejo, an explosive and out of the ordinary experience you will love and never forget.
  • Visit beer pubs that have become landmarks in Colombia thanks to their artisan beers, great in quality and taste.
  • Try the most unique and exquisite Colombian beers as you enjoy the upbeat atmosphere of one of Bogota’s emerging areas, at the Parque de la 93.
  • Taste freshly brewed beer and learn about the production process of beer and the different stages it goes through in order to attain delicious results at a brewery.

Includes

  • Private from hotel to drop off location.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Transport between various tour sites.
  • Tejo game with all you can drink of beer.
  • Beers at every stop.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Let us take you to handpicked places where you will find a wide variety of handicrafts and local products that are hard to find elsewhere.
  • Start with a dose of local commerce found within a secret alley where handmade wooden kitchen utensils, wickerwork and more are traded daily.
  • Witness firsthand the skills of the artisans at the church of San Francisco, while they make colorful accessories with shakiras.
  • Choose the perfect mochila from an enormous variety of colors and sizes, and feel the softness of the alpaca fur items at Parque Santander artisan market.
  • Travel Colombia through unique objects loaded with rare beauty and mysticism at an ethnic shop run by a fair-trade NGO. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • 4 hour car rental with knowledgeable and friendly driver.
  • Company of an English speaking guide that will help you get the best deals, work as a translator with shopkeepers and make your experience more memorable.
  • 20% discount at Mambe Shop. 
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Meet and independent designer who will be your guide.
  • Get an insight of this strong designer phenomenon.
  • Go on a one of a kind shopping experience.
  • Get to know local designers and showrooms
  • Have the chance to buy a unique piece that you won’t find anywhere else.
  • Enjoy a delicious cup of tea at the end of the tour.

Includes

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Insider Access
  • Tea
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

Not included

  • Meal and drinks unless specified
  • Tips and gratuities

 


In a Nutshell

  • Visit several locations each with a different meaning and a different taste and get a glimpse of the various regions of Colombia and the manners and lifestyle of locals.
  • Enjoy breakfast at Pasteleria Florida, an artisan bakery that’s been on the market for 78 years.
  • Dive into the Paloquemado market; one of the biggest and oldest food markets in Bogota and taste exotic food you didn’t even know existed.
  • Make a stop at Las Margaritas and try their delicious empanadas, famous since 1902.
  • Walk through the streets that have witnessed the history and daily life of the majority of the citizens in the capital, and stop in a variety of food stalls to amaze your palate at el Septimazo.
  • Recharge your energy while you enjoy lunch at Fulanitos, a colonial type restaurant that offers the best meals from the pacific region and a beautiful view of the historic center, la Candelaria.
  • Stroll a few blocks through downtown to encounter Cacao y Cacao where you can enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and learn about the history and production process of this product.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transport between various tour sites.
  • Designated meals and snacks at the various locations.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, French).
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Visit the 7 de Agosto neighborhood, one of the most traditional commercial areas of the city.
  • Dare to try exotic fruits, vegetables and some traditional colombian snacks.
  • Learn about ingredients, where they come from and how they are cultivated in the countryside, as well as how to prepare some traditional colombian recipes.
  • Continue towards your tour guide and chef's home near the eastern hills in the Residential Rosales neighborhood, for the cooking class with ingredients bought at the Plaza. 
  • Experience the Colombian cuisine, a fusion of food, ingredients, flavors and traditions unique in the world that you have never imagined.
  • Enjoy a freshly made farm-to-table lunch.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transport between various tour sites.
  • Food and exotic fruit tasting at the local market.
  • English speaking guide/chef.
  • Colombian cuisine workshop at the chef's apartment. 
  • Lunch and soft drinks.Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Travel to a traditional coffee state located at an altitude of 1720 meters above zero; a temperate and damp climate ideal for growing coffee.
  • Wander the dense coffee crop and experience for yourself the process from the seed to your cup.
  • Learn about the manners and lifestyle of the Colombian coffee growing population.
  • Complete your experience tasting the result of the whole process. Judge for yourself the smooth yet outstanding quality of a freshly roasted and brewed coffee.
  • Make a final stop at the local market, taste regional tropical fruits and delight yourself with the sights of an orchid market.
  • Go back to Bogota and enjoy a lunch at a restaurant of your choice. 

Includes

  • Private transportation from and to your hotel in Bogota.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese).
  • Coffee tasting.
  • Stop at the local market.
  • Lunch
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Enjoy a magical night at Colombia’s most famous bar-restaurant-nightclub, located in the outskirts of the city.
  • Be amazed by the eccentricity and incredible atmosphere of this iconic nightclub that has gained worldwide fame.
  • Return safely to your hotel when the party is over.

Includes

  • Private round-trip transportation provided from your hotel.
  • Andres Carne de Res entrance fee only.
  • 4 hour driver wait time.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Discover several locations each with a different meaning and a different taste and gain a glimpse of the diversity of Colombia and the manners and lifestyle of locals.
  • Enjoy breakfast at Pasteleria Florida, an artisan bakery that’s been on the market for 78 years.
  • Take a stroll through the streets that have witness the history and daily life of the majority of the citizens in the capital, and stop in a variety of food stalls to amaze your palate at "El Septimazo".
  • Dive into the Paloquemado market; one of the biggest and oldest food markets in Bogota and taste exotic food you didn’t even know existed.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transport between various tour sites.
  • Designated meals and snacks at the various locations. 
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, French).
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Get ready for the best salsa night you’ll ever have.
  • Go out and party with two locals that will teach how to dance salsa like a pro.
  • Go club hopping through out the capital to the best salsa places in town and party like locals do.
  • Get to know the hidden places that only locals know.

Includes

  • Transportation from and to your hotel, and between tour's destinations.
  • Entrance fees
  • Local English speaking instructor (not a professional teacher).