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Bogota: Zipaquira, Salt Cathedral & Lake Guatavita Tour

1. Bogota: Zipaquira, Salt Cathedral & Lake Guatavita Tour

The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Bogota and travels north into the savanna. Arrive at Zipaquira, a vibrant town with a history dating back to the 1600s. Visit Zipaquia's famous Salt Cathedral, an impressive subterranean building that stands on an old salt mine. Wander through the halls and marvel at the cathedral's stunning architecture while you learn about its rich-history. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy lunch overlooking the Tomine Reservoir, before continuing onto the spectacular Guatavita National Park. Upon arrival, learn about the cultural significance of Lake Guatavita, as well as the characteristics of this peculiar ecosystem. After the park, make one final stop at a nearby village, and soak up the quaint and charming atmosphere of this traditional location. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to Bogota.

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I hired the private tour and it is an excellent option for those who want to get to know the surroundings of Bogotá in a personalized way. My guide on duty, Jorge, was excellent in explaining the history and context of the places visited (Pueblo de Guatavita, Laguna de Guatavita, and Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá), as well as the surroundings. Lunch in a typical restaurant was of all tastes, where you can get to know the local gastronomy. Finally, our driver was also an excellent company during the trip. During the return to Bogotá a bit of traffic congestion, but you do not notice it if you are enjoying the surroundings.

This walk is fantastic, when you are in Bogota you should do it without hesitation, it takes a day but it is worth it. Thanks to Angela our guide for her excellent work.