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Bogota, the capital of Colombia, is a city full of life, culture, and human warmth. Let yourself be surprised by its corners full of stories and its colorful streets. A tour that has the perfect mix of history, starting in the historic center in the heart of the city and the typical flavors of this region such as coffee, in the most incredible places of the city. Dare to discover a city full of contrasts. Now includes Monserrate! More

 

Monday to Saturday / 6 hours

The first Wonder of Colombia, as the Salt Cathedral is known, in Zipaquirá, is carved entirely of salt, and is the largest salt rock reserve in the world. No doubt it is a unique place in the country and in the world. It´s located 180 meters underground, the tour is a unique and magical experience, from de Way of the Cross till Coru, a balcony from where you can see the highest cross underground in the world, with a height of 16 meters by 10 meters wide. You have never seen anything like this before! And not just that, in Zipaquirá you can enjoy its good gastronomy, nature, industry, and other nearby attractions. More

Everyday / 8-9 hours

Guatavita is one of the most valued attractions and yes or if you should know. The town, a territory built next to a water dam, is a town that evokes a colonial, white, and cobbled concept that is very interesting to know. In addition, it has the famous Guatavita lagoon, where the representations of gratitude by the Muiscas indigenous were made to Pacha Mama. More

Tuesday to Sunday - 12 hours

Cundinamarca is a town with indigenous history, where today there is a wide agricultural variety that unites the destiny with a diversity of aromas and flavors. In addition, it has famous coffee farms. To get to the site, we must pass through sacred places and beautiful landscapes where ancestral stories can be heard. More

Everyday - 8 hours

Meeting points Bogota City Bus

Park of the 93:

Race 11a #93a - 10
South East corner of the 93 park

                                                                   

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