Bogotá Bus & minivan tours

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Bogotá: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral

1. Bogotá: Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral

A staff member from the company will meet you at the hotel at your choice of either in the morning or the afternoon. From here you will be taken on a tour through La Sabana de Bogota to the town of Zipaquira, whose name means "City of our Father" in the language of the Chibcha. Back in pre-Columbian times, salt around the area was the most important commodity and the "salt cakes" were the only currency for trading. Throughout time, technology improved and the "Muiscas" began to extract larger amounts of salt. As a result, an underground salt deposit was formed and it is where the Salt Cathedral was built, 180 meters below the surface. Inside you will discover a chapel titled “capilla de los mineros”, which was built as a tribute to the Virgin “Our Lady of the Rosary of Guasá”. At the conclusion of your tour, you will return safely back to Bogotá.

From Bogotá: Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavita Day Tour

2. From Bogotá: Salt Cathedral and Lake Guatavita Day Tour

Learn about Colombia's salt trade dating back to the pre-Hispanic period. Take a tour of some villages outside of Bogotá, and explore the subterranean Salt Cathedral. Try a traditional Colombian lunch followed by a visit to Lake Guatavita, a sacred place for the native Muisca people.   A staff member will pick you up at your hotel in Bogotá. Your tour begins by traveling in an air-conditioned van or bus through some of the villages from the pre-Hispanic period. Learn the history of the exploitation and trade of salt and gold manufacturing in the area.   Travel north along the Bogotá savanna to the city of Zipaquirá. There you will visit the renowned Salt Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church built in the ancient hollows of a salt mine, 180 meters below ground. Marvel at the cathedral’s architecture built within the mine’s remaining caverns and tunnels.     After touring the cathedral, enjoy a typical Colombian lunch with boiled potatoes soaked in brine (salt water from the mine) and ajiaco (chicken soup). Then head to Lake Guatavita, a small crater lake surrounded by forest. Learn about this sacred site of the indigenous Muisca people, where the legend of El Dorado was born.   Relax on the ride back to Bogotá where you will be dropped off at your hotel.

Bogotá: 5-Hour City and Monserrate Hill Tour

3. Bogotá: 5-Hour City and Monserrate Hill Tour

Following pickup from your Bogotá accommodation, begin your day discovering just what the biggest city in Colombia has to offer. Stroll around its historical La Candelaria district, visiting the Gold Museum and exploring the area's other prominent landmarks. The city of Bogotá is also famous for being located right next to Monserrate Hill, which offers the most incredible panoramic views of Colombia’s capital. From up there, the bird’s-eye views of Bogotá are simply unbeatable. Later on, discover more secret gems of this fascinating city whilst learning interesting facts that you will not soon forget. At the conclusion of your experience, your guide returns you to your accommodation.

Bogotá: Party Bus to Andres Carne De Res

4. Bogotá: Party Bus to Andres Carne De Res

Experience the best party place in Colombia with other travelers on this party bus trip from Bogotá to Andres Carne De Res. Take advantage of VIP entrance and drinks on board.  Andres Carne De Res is one of the most famous restaurants and party places in South America. Travel by party bus with a professional driver, two professional guides, music, and party energy. Enjoy Cuba libre (rum and coke) for 50 minutes during the 1-hour drive to Andres Carne Des Res in Chia.  Upon arrival, avoid waiting in the ticket line with VIP entrance. Party all night in the authentic Colombian party atmosphere. At the end of the night, take the bus back to Bogotá.

Bogotá: Historical City Tour

5. Bogotá: Historical City Tour

Discover Colombia's dynamic, diverse capital of Bogotá with this half-day tour that takes you to all of Bogotá's essential tourist attractions. Visit a number of fascinating and exciting attractions, including the historical district La Candelaria neighborhood. Stroll through La Candelaria and discover the neighborhood which acts as a history of Bogotá's beginnings, and see its beautiful mixture of Spanish Colonial, Baroque, and art deco style architecture. Learn about Colombia's history and its gold at the Gold Museum, which boasts the world's largest collection of golden artifacts. See the famous Muisca Raft and discover its ties to the legend of the golden city of El Dorado.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 121 reviews

Had a great day exploring Lake Guatavita and the Salta Cathedral Zipaquira! Our guide Carlos was friendly, engaging, and very knowledgeable. One of the nicest guides I've ever had in my various travels. The itinerary was well planned & complete, maximizing the day's sightseeing!

Excellent attention, the guide Esperanza is great and Samuel is. Driver are fantastic. Very grateful for the attention.

The pick up service was very good and kept the time well. The English guide was also amazing and friendly.

Excellent tour, the guide Esperanza very good person and with a lot of knowledge. 100% recommended

I loved the tour and the guide very friendly and explains everything very well, I recommend it!