The Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral is not like other churches. Descend hundreds of feet underground to explore this unique creation which was carved into the walls and ceiling of an abandoned salt mine. Explore the dimly lit tunnels along wide pathways as a bilingual guide explains the history and significance of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral. This half-day cultural tour is perfect for the whole family.
• 5 hours
While in between flights at the Bogotá airport, why not venture into the Colombian capital for some sightseeing while you wait? This panoramic city tour is specially designed for travelers who come to Bogotá in-transit to other destinations. Your knowledgeable guide will conveniently pick you up curbside and drop you off in time for your next flight. This private tour can be modified according to your schedule, depending on the amount of time you have available during your connection.
• 12 hours
Visit one of South America’s wonders, the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, and see the beautiful Lake Guatavita (Laguna de Guatavita) on this day trip from Bogotá! Explore the magnificent salt mine of Zipaquirá and see the famous cathedral up close. Then, visit Laguna de Guatavita, where the famous ‘el dorado’ legend originated, and see the Indigenous Cemetery and the Tominé Reservoir. If you’re looking for a fun outdoor activity, this is the perfect day trip for you!
• 8 hours
Escape the traffic of Bogotá and hike through lush Andean forests to visit two mighty cascades of water, El Chiflón and La Chorrera, Colombia’s tallest waterfall. Accompanied by an expert guide, drive through the East Hills and then trek through dense countryside to discover a wonderland of natural beauty. After your 3-hour hike of medium to high difficulty, tuck into a hearty traditional meal at a La Candelaria neighborhood. Pickup and drop-off from most hotels included.
• 8 hours
Get to know colonial Bogotá on a half-day city sightseeing tour! Stroll through the charming streets of La Candelaria, noting the contrast with the city’s more modern districts. Your knowledgeable local guide discusses features of the colonial architecture in Plaza de Bolívar (Bolívar Square) and takes you to museums in the Colombian capital. Numbers are limited to 9 people, ensuring personal attention on this small-group tour.
• 4 hours
Dive into Bogotá’s culinary wonders on this half-day food tour led by an expert guide. Soak up rich history and traditions as you visit Pastelería Florida, an established artisanal bakery, and then explore the singular street fare maze of Septimazo. Sample unique regional delights and admire exquisite handmade goods at bustling Palo Quemado market, one of the city’s oldest and largest markets. Numbers are limited to 15 people on this small-group food tour, ensuring a more personalized experience. Pickup and drop-off from most hotels are included.
• 4.5 hours
Enjoy a delicious gastronomic tour in La Macarena, Bogotá's bohemian and artistic neighborhood, visiting little charming restaurants.
• 3 hours
Take a trip on the Bogota steam train! This fun-filled day trip allows you to admire the beautiful landscape of the Bogota savannah as you travel stress-free by train to the town of Zipaquirá, famous for its salt cathedral built in one of the salt mines, and the town of Cajicá, a typical Colombian town. The train journey (six hours in total) is filled with spectacular scenes of the Colombian countryside that you’ll enjoy while you relax and look out the window. You’ll have a little free time in each town to explore on your own.
• 9 hours
The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is declared First Wonder of Colombia and considered one of the most remarkable architectural and artistic achievements of the Colombian architecture. Enjoy an interesting tour to Zipaquirá visiting the Salt Cathedral and discovering the Main Squares of the colonial town.
• 6 hours
Visit an authentic Colombian coffee plantation on this day trip from Bogotá. In the town of Fusagasugá, learn about the history of coffee-making in Colombia and see the coffee-making process in action as you're lead through the Hacienda Coloma Coffee Plantation by your expert guide.
• 6 hours