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A journey of approximately an hour and a half north east from Bogota takes you to Zipaquira and its famous Salt Cathedral. An incredible feat of engineering, this underground Roman Catholic church is built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 metres underground. The name Zipaquirá refers to Zipa, the leader of the Muisca tribe and the chief of these rich salt mines at the time. Carved meticulousl...

Enjoy a half day visit to the historic centre of Bogota known as La Candelaria. This ancient district has great significance in the country´s history due to its cultural heritage and is also a great example of Spanish colonial architecture. It's a perfect addition to any Colombian holiday. Visit the main square the Plaza de Bolivar, where a statue of the great liberator of northern Sout...

Tour the historic centre known as La Candelaria by bicycle. This antiquated barrio is of great architectural and cultural heritage and is made up of old “stately homes” or large Spanish colonial buildings with iron windows, thick and sturdy wooden doors, balconies and internal patios with beautiful yet hidden gardens. Visit the Plaza de Bolivar, where a statue of the great liberator S...

Leaving Medellín to the west, pass the Parque de los Tamarindos before arriving at the Puente de Occidente, a true work of masterful engineering which has permitted the city’s expansion and facilitated its communication with other areas. The story behind this construction is that the engineer José Maria Villa sketched an idea for the project into the sand along the banks of the...

Half day visit to Medellín city, Colombia’s second most important city and a standout commercial and cultural destination. You shouldn't miss this unique city when visiting Colombia. Visit the Parque San Antonio, also known as La Plazoleta that houses around twenty-three Botero sculptures donated by the artist in 2000. Moving on to the Plazuela de San Ignacio, one of the oldest p...

Located on the shores of a sprawling manmade lake, photographers will love Guatapé – labelled the world’s most colourful town; buildings, bridges, balconies and staircases are painted impossibly bright colours. Standing in the middle of the lake is the famous El Peñol rock, said to be a meteorite, for the energetic feel free to climb the 654 steps to the top for outstanding views. In the afternoon...

Start with a panoramic view of the city from the Monasterio and Iglesia de La Popa. Formerly known as the “Popa del Galeon” and famous for resembling the stern of a galleon. Constructed in 1606 this church and monastery are located at a height of 140 metre above sea level from where one can enjoy 360º views of the city and the sea as well as the port zone, one of the most importan...

All day excursion by boat to the Archipiélago del Rosario, located approximately one hour from Cartagena. The national park is ringed by coral reefs and lapped by clear blue waters and is the habitat for a large variety of marine fauna. Free time for snorkelling and relaxation and lunch during the excursion. The Rosario and San Bernardo National Park is located in the Caribbean Sea, about ...

Commence hiking along a pathway that leads to Pueblito. This snaking pathway leads through the foothills offering up spectacular views on its climbs broken only by the chatter of birdsong and bring one to areas with immense rocks, exuberant vegetation until reaching an approximate altitude of 200 metres. Arrival at Pueblito an important cultural place for the Tayrona people. The tropical flora an...

Tayrona National Park is at the foot of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and covers an area of 17,000 km2 including dreamlike white sandy beaches lapped by turquoise blue waters, coral reefs, huge ocean boulders, densely rich jungle vegetation, mangroves and of course the famous Ciudad Perdida or Lost City. It would certainly add to any Colombia holiday. From here enjoy a light hike through the f...

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