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Category: tours

Free food tour

We will take you to different food stops so you explore more Bogotá and Colombia on a delicious way. Discover our cultural mix with our authentic creations like “empanada paisa”, “obleas”, “pandebono”, “arepa santandereana”, “origin coffee”.. among many others. While walking and eating, you will understand the background of our gastronomy when the colombian territory was dominated by our indigenous ancestors. Throughout this experience you will have the chance to get closer to our Colombian culture, walk around non-touristic spots and unveil the secrets of our legacy. (Veg friendly)

 

Meeting Point: In front of the Museo del Oro (Red Umbrella map)

Schedule: Monday to Friday at 2pm (not available on holidays)

Duration: 3 hours

Language: English

Guided Tour based on donations. Total food cost up to 6 USD aprox.

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Free walking tour (Bogota)

This is the best introduction to Bogota’s downtown. We will take you back in time from indigenous times until the arrival of the Spaniards looking to establish a new civilization. An insightful, fun-filled and informative walk about history, gastronomy, architecture, places to go, cultural offer and what “Bogotanos” actually like. Our walking tour will take you around the best sights that La Candelaria has to offer. Our aim is to let you discover and experience our city through the eyes of locals, and bring to life our cultural expressions, historical and representative institutions, the tragedies that have changed the city and more! Come and discover with us Bogotá and feel the ambiance of one of the most antique city centers in Latin America..

Meeting Point: In front of the Museo del Oro

Schedule: Everyday at 10am and 2pm

Duration: 3 hours

Language: English and Español

  • Real “El Dorado” Legend
  • Black Market of Emeralds
  • Botero’s Collection
  • Simon Bolivar Square
  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • Pablo Escobar in Bogotá
  • And much more!
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Chicaque (Bogota)

Chicaque Natural Park is a protected area located southwest of the savannah of Bogotá , in the center of the South American country of Colombia, which has a rich and innumerable ecological and water reserve.

Located between the municipalities of Soacha and San Antonio del Tequendama , this nature reserve consisting of 7 types of forests, awaits countless species of flora and fauna unique in the world, has more than 300 green acres, becoming the home of more than 100 bird species.

The nature reserve is dedicated to the conservation of nature, environmental education and ecotourism. Its diversity in birds and mammals make it especially popular among locals.

In addition to the extensive area arranged for visitors to walk and have a contact with nature, this ecological center has made available to tourists two camping areas with water and food, hostel, cabins, and nests (cabins in the trees)

It has more than 18 km of ecological trails, and services such as restaurants, horseback riding, adventure activities such as zip lines and arborism.

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Choachi (Bogota)

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. 

 

After morning pickup from your Bogotá hotel, travel with your guide to the southern part of the East Hills, rolling lands of forest that are part of the Andean mountain range. Head up a winding mountain pass with breathtaking views of cliffs and chasms. Then, drive by Choachí, a colonial village with a lovely church in its town square.Disembark in the countryside to begin your 3-hour round-trip hike of medium to high difficulty. First, follow your guide through verdant woodlands to El Chiflón, pounding waterfalls sheeting off an escarpment. Scamper behind the raging cascade and feel its spray on your skin. If you like, take a dip in the turquoise pool of water at the base of the waterfall. .Next, your guide takes you back into the forests, where you’ll huff your way for about an hour to La Chorrera waterfall. Pass by creeks and a diversity of plant and tree life, which your guide points out along the way, including bromeliads, orchids, juniper, sapodilla, cedar and mahogany. You’ll hear the roar of La Chorrera before seeing it. Snap shots of the falls that are 1,936 feet (590 meters) tall, and relax for a while before hiking back to the vehicle.

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