If you want to travel through time and see how the things were in colonial times, this is your plan. This shared tour will take you to Villa De Leyva, the most preserve colonial town in Colombia, its surroundings and the town that we call the “Colombia’s Handicraft Capital” Ráquira.Tour is limited to a maximum of 8 travelers.
This full day tour is made for those who love the villages that have maintained that particular colonial air over the centuries, Villa de Leyva will surely give you one of the best options in your visit to the Andean territories of the country.
After a trip of approximately three hours through the beautiful savannah, you reach the Plaza Mayor of the village, famous for its large size and cobbled floor. From there one leaves towards 'El Infiernito', an incredible place of more than two millennia of antiquity, that presumed served as an indigenous astronomical observatory. From that point we then move to the Blue Wells, a quiet and relaxing space whose waters have a beautiful and very characteristic blue color, and on our way back to Bogotá, we cross the town of Ráquira, a picturesque and charming place world famous for its long tradition of working in ceramics.