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In a Nutshell

  • Take a cable car all the way up to 3150 meters to Monserrate Sanctuary and contemplate Bogotá from high above.
  • Walk through the picturesque cobblestone streets of the oldest neighbourhood of Bogotá, La Candelaria, and one of the oldest on South America. 
  • Admire the works of the greatest Colombian contemporary artist at the Botero Museum and the meanings behind his paintings. 
  • Understand the social and historical dynamism that has given shape to Colombia at Plaza de Bolívar.
  • See one of the most important urban interventions by Rogelio Salmona at the Eje Ambiental.
  • Let yourself be taken on a journey through native pre-Hispanic cultures in what is the world's largest collection of indigenous gold artifacts at the Gold Museum.
  • Appreciate beautiful handcrafted techniques and materials at one of the most complete artisan markets in town. 

Includes

  • Hotel pick up and drop off.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Cable car ticket.
  • Tickets to visited attractions. 
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Come to Colombia, the leading producer of high quality emeralds worldwide, and see gemstones from the best mines in the world: Muzo, Chivor, Coscuez, Gachalá and Peñas Blancas.
  • Visit the Emerald Trade Center building, located at the Eje Ambiental, a large and representative urban intervention designed by architect Rogelio Salmona.
  • Learn how to recognize an original emerald and its features, and understand why every emerald is unique.
  • Get to know the world of informal trade of emeralds in the city, an interesting dynamic that is an important part of the cityscape of Bogota.
  • Enjoy a Colombian coffee while being attend to by emerald jewel designers at the Galería de Artesanías y Esmeraldas de Colombia.
  • Take the time to admire the amazing view of the historic center from the 23rd floor of the Avianca building, in the Museo de la Esmeralda.
  • Feel free and safe to buy emeralds as we will assist you in finding well-established and reputable jewelry stores that offer quality assurance, fair prices and certificates of authenticity of the pieces.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Transport between various tour sites.
  • Entrance fees to the visited places.
  • Certified emerals only.
  • 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

  • Feel the unique majesty and magic authenticity of the only temple built 180 meters underground: Zipaqurá Salt Cathedral.
  • Enter the depths of the largest salt rock deposit on earth. 
  • Learn the salt production process used since pre-Hispanic times.
  • Visit Zipaquirá’s colonial village and wander through its main square surrounded by old buildings.
  • Make a stop at the local handicraft market to bring back some Colombian souvenirs. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Salt Cathedral entrance ticket.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 

 


In a Nutshell

  • Forget about long boring layovers at the airport. Make the most out of your time in Bogota and drive into town to see the main sights.
  • Ride a cable car all the way up to 3150 masl to Monserrate Sanctuary and contemplate Bogotá from above.
  • Walk through the picturesque cobblestone streets of the oldest neighbourhood of Bogotá, La Candelaria.
  • Admire the works of a great Colombian contemporary artists at Botero Museum.
  • Understand the social and historical dynamism that has given shape to Colombia at Plaza de Bolívar.
  • Don´t miss out on visiting one of the most important urbanisitic interventions by Rogelio Salmona at Eje Ambiental. 
  • Find the perfect souvenir at one of the most complete handicraft markets in town to surprise your loved ones. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of tour preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Cable car ticket.
  • Tickets to visited attractions. 
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Take a cable car and ride all the way up to 3150 MAMSL to Monserrate Sanctuary and admire Bogota from above.
  • Increase your knowledge about Latin American independence at La Quinta de Bolívar.
  • Walk through the picturesque cobblestone streets of the oldest neighbourhood of Bogotá, La Candelaria.
  • Contemplate the works of one of the greatest Colombian contemporary artists at the Botero Museum.
  • Understand the social and historical dynamism that has given shape to Colombia at Plaza de Bolívar.
  • Taste an excellent example of our local gastronomy.
  • Let yourself travel through a journey of native pre-Hispanic cultures; view one of the largest collections of indigenous gold objects in the world at the Gold Museum.
  • Appreciate the beautiful handcrafted techniques and materials at one of the most complete artisan markets in town.
  • Explore one of the most important urbanistic interventions by Rogelio Salmona at Eje Ambiental
  • Drive all the way through the north in order to finish the tour and discover the magical neighbourhood of Usaquén.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Cable car ticket.
  • Lunch al local restaurant.
  • Tickets to visited attractions.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Feel the awe of the majesty and authenticity of the only temple built 180 meters underground: Zipaqurá Salt Cathdral.
  • Visit the place that gave birth to the legend of 'El Dorado': The Guatavita Lagoon.
  • Visit Zipaquirá, a colonial village, and wander through its main square surrounded by old buildings.
  • Have a typical lunch at a former salt oven that became a restaurant.
  • Stop at the local handicraft market.
  • Learn of the Muisca and their rituals and practices with gold that awoke the interest of bounty hunters worldwide.
  • Walk along ecological trails and appreciate an ecosystem of mist and vegetation.
  • Wander through the cobblestone streets of the village of white houses and listen to its peculiar history.  

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of tour preference: (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Salt Cathedral and Natural Reserve ticket.
  • Lunch
  • Snack
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 

 


In a Nutshell

  • Visit one of the most antiques neighborhoods of Bogotá, unexplored before due to its urban conflict problems.
  • Be enchanted by the stories of former gang members that now have new dreams, goals and illusions.
  • Taste the delightful Colombian arepas.
  • Discover the flavor of “Chicha”, an alcoholic handcrafted beverage, with indigenous tradition.
  • Go across a “Real Road”, with its cobble-stoned streets and colorful houses that remember the colonial Candelaria.
  • Be amazed with the incredible view of Bogotá from “El Mirador”.

Includes

  • Bilingual guide
  • Chicha taste, and snack
  • Hotel pick up and drop off.

In a Nutshell

  • Escape Bogota’s accelerated city rhythm and travel to a place frozen in time: Villa de Leyva.
  • Walk around the stone-paved Plaza Mayor, and have a coffee at one of the many bars and restaurants located in the colonial buildings that surround the largest square in South America. 
  • Ponder and awe, as you walk along the stone streets bordered by white washed colonial buildings with rustic wooden doors and windows.
  • Discover the history of the Muisca observatory known as El infiernito (little hell) and learn why Spaniards named it that way.
  • Explore the scenic landscape appearing by the Blue Ponds, making a beautiful contrast with the arid vegetation.
  • Feel free to ask us for different options for this tour to make it as individually perfect for you. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of tour preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Entrance tickets.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Go 80 meters underground to visit the Salt Mine of Nemocón.
  • Walk through 1,600 meters of tunnels and chambers, filled with brine mirrors and light effects that will surely amaze you.
  • Learn the salt production process used since pre-Hispanic times.
  • Visit Nemocon’s colonial village and wander through its main square surrounded by old buildings.
  • Try some delicious baked goods from the region
  • Make a stop at the local handicraft market.

Includes

  • Private transportation from and to your hotel.
  • Expert guide in the language of your preference. (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Entrances fees.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 

 

 


In a Nutshell

  • Travel through the past aboard a classic steam train that makes its way through Bogota’s savannah all the way to Zipaquirá.
  • Feel the awe of the majesty and authenticity of the only temple built 180 meters underground: Zipaqurá Salt Cathedral.
  • Enter the incredible environment of the largest salt rock deposit on earth, older than 200 million years. 
  • Make a stop for lunch and wander around the main square of the traditional village of Cajica.
  • Meet our driver who will be expecting you at the train station back in Bogota to drive you safely to your hotel.

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Train tickets.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

Not included

  • Entrance fee to the Salt Cathedral.
  • Lunch

 


In a Nutshell

  • Join us to discover the largest pre-Hispanic gold collection in the world.
  • Get the chance to know one of the mayor touristic points of whole Colombia.
  • Take a blast through the past and learn about the different indigenous cultures that lived in Colombia before the Spaniards arrived.
  • See their majestic goldsmith work and get inspired by diving into a magnificent exposition.

Includes

  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Entrance fees
  • Private transport from your hotel to the Museum.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Have a look at the marvelous Botero donation that has 123 of his own work of art including stunning painting and sculptures.
  • Get to know the story behind his paintings and be enchanted by his unique style.
  • Increase your knowledge of the history that’s within the architecture and the location of the museum.

Includes

  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Entrance fees
  • Private transport from your hotel to the Museum.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

In a Nutshell

  • Enjoy a guided visit to the museum accompanied by a professional and multilingual guide.
  • Gain an extensive insight into the oldest museum in Colombia and one of the oldest museums in America.
  • Go and explore parts of our history through its entire collection.
  • Travel through time and stand in the middle of a prison of the 19th century.

Includes

  • Expert guide in the language of your preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Private transport from your hotel to the museum
  • Entrance fees.

In a Nutshell

  • If you are a traveler who wants to discover the non-traditional sightseeing experience and get involved in local life, this is for you!
  • Meet our guide near the Gold Museum and quickly adjust to the altitude with a coca leaf tea to start off the day.
  • Learn about the most important urbanistic works constructed in the city center as you walk through the Eje Ambiental.
  • Discover the morning produce trading at Plaza la Concordia.
  • Enjoy a cup of the powerful chicha at Chorro de Quevedo and learn about the different aspects that we inherited from our indigenous ancestors.
  • Meet the controversial yet fascinating work of one of the most recognized Colombian contemporary artists at Museo Botero.
  • Arrive at the heart of the city and learn about the current progress and problems the city faces at Plaza de Bolívar.
  • Leave the tourist trail and walk through a secret alley where handmade kitchen utensils are traded daily.
  • Finish off with a pan de bono a pastry made with manioc flour, salted cheese and guava paste, and a glass of fresh oat milk. Not to be missed!

Includes

  • Coca leaf tea.
  • Glass of chicha.
  • Entrance to Botero Museum.
  • Pan de bono with fresh oat milk.
  • An experienced and fun English speaking guide. 
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.

 


In a Nutshell

  • Explore the place that gave birth to the legend of 'El Dorado': The Guatavita Lagoon.
  • Learn about the Muisca's worldview and their rituals with gold that awoke the interest of treasure seekers worldwide.
  • Walk along ecological trails and appreciate the unique forest vegetation generally covered in mist.
  • Wander through the cobblestone streets of the village of white houses and listen to its peculiar history.  
  • Taste yellow corn and cheese “arepas” at La Calera.  The best ones in town and a snack you can’t miss. 

Includes

  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Expert guide in the language of tour preference (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German).
  • Guatavita Natural Reserve ticket.
  • Snack.
  • Depending on bookings you might be in a small group up to 6 people or by yourself.