Bucaramanga's mass-transit bus system has two main high-volume 'troncales' running along a north–south axis from Bucaramanga down to Piedecuesta. Of more use to travelers are the 'pre troncales,' which are shorter l…
You can pick up buses to Cúcuta here, but in peak periods you may not get the best seats and the most comfortable buses don't always pull in. When arriving from Cúcuta or Pamplona, disembark here and pick up a taxi …
Buses shuttle between the Cotrasangil office on Barichara's main plaza and San Gil (COP$5000, 45 minutes) every 30 minutes from 5am to 6:45pm. There are 10 buses to Guane (COP$2300, 15 minutes) between 5:30am and 5:…
An association of vehicle owners offering transport from El Cocuy to the trailheads in the national park. If you've got the budget they'll also organize private transfers from Bogotá, Tunja or San Gil.
Comfortable busetas (small buses) to Tunja and Bogotá with several daily departures. You can also hop on buses arriving from Bogotá to travel to Güicán.
Inside the Hotel Casa Muñoz, this company has the most luxurious buses to Bogotá, with two evening departures.
Frequent buses to Barichara (COP$5000, 45 minutes) from 6am to 6:45pm. This station also serves Guane, Charalá and Curití.
Bucaramanga's well-ordered bus terminal is frustratingly distant from the city center but has a decent hotel.
Runs regular minivan service to Ocaña, from where you can pick up connections to Colombia's Caribbean region.
Transport to Bogotá with departures early in the morning and late afternoon in comfortable buses.