turistas catedral de sal zipaquirá
catedral de sal zipaquirá


Price/pax: 80 USD

The first Wonder of Colombia, as the Salt Cathedral is known, in Zipaquirá, is carved entirely of salt, being 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 an unique and magical experience, from de Way of the Cross till Coru, a balcony from where you can see the higest 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 his good gastronomy, nature, industry and other nearby attractions.



Monday to Sunday

Meeting Points
8:00am- Candelaria Calle 16 #4-23 In front of Juan Valdez Café - BH Bicentenario Tower
9:00am- Parque de la 93 Carrera 11A #93A-10 In front of Juan Valdez Café

8:00* Departure from La Candelaria (Journalists Park)

9:00* Departure from Park 93

10:45* Arrival in Zipaquirá

11:00* Entrance to the Salt Cathedral

14:15* Visit to the town and lunch time (lunch not included)

15:30* Return to Bogota

16:30* Arrival at the 93 Park

17:30* Arrival at Candelaria


  • At each meeting point you will see the VAN with the name of BOGOTÁ CITY BUS and a driver with a red jacket.
  • Please arrive at each meeting point 10 minutes before the indicated time, otherwise you may miss the tour.
  • Taking into account that it is a group tour, you must comply with the established itinerary.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Use sunscreen to avoid possible burns.
  • Try to bring your own water bottle and avoid using plastic bottles to help the planet.
  • Bring extra money in case you want to buy souvenirs or extra food.
  • To cancel or chance the date of a tour, it must be dne 24 hours before. Otherwise the money will not be refunded
  • If a place is closed, it will be changed to a similar one.

It includes

  • Shared transportation round trip from the main meeting point (driver only in Spanish)
  • Entry ticket (no payment line)
  • Tour with an audio guide available on the inside of the attraction (7 languages) and tour coordinator 
  • 2 hours to visit the Salt Cathedral
  • 1-hour free time (For taking lunch or visiting the village)
  • Medical assistance card
  • Downloadable audio guide available for the history and main context of Zipaquirá (English- Spanish)
  • Map
  • AudioGuide
  • Stop to see the town

Does not include

  • Pickup or return to the hotel 
  • Guide throughout the entire tour
  • Lunch
  • Tips
  • No specified expenses

Extras of the service

  • Certificates with Check In Seal
  • Compliance with Sustainability Standards for tourism
  • Audio Guide
  • Bogota Map
    A side 
    B side


Maximum is 18 people per car, If there are more people, other cars are sent.

Daily depatures from 1 pax.

There is time in the town so that they can eat or buy something. There are some restaurants that are suggested, but you can go anywhere and then return to the place and time established with the coordinator, to continue with the tour.

Normally we leave from the two indicated points, but paying an extra of U$10 up to 4 people we can pick them up. (In Bogotá, the airport does NOT apply)

Children under 4 years old do not pay. Please notify in advance because for children under 2 years of age we have a special car seat and we must also count the space.

Yes, you can celebrate. You can inform us to help you. Another option is to give him this beautiful experience.

Yes, this Salt Cathedral tour can be taken by a person with a disability, because they can be given assistance in the vehicle and also in the tourist attraction.

You must notify us in advance to prepare everything.

All people have assistance insurance with the purchase of the tour. That is why you must register your passport number and personal data so that we have the traceability of the policy.

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