If you are looking for a truly unique Colombian experience, don’t look no more and join our Tejo and local beers tour in Medellín. Tejo is our national sport in which you will basically fly rocks against small explosives while drinking beer and having fun. So pick up, local guide, field rental, friends, beers, food, and Tejo will be the perfect mix for an unforgettable experience. All these things are parts of the sport rules.
As a proof of Colombian joyful and happy spirit: there is Tejo. A fun sport of humble origins made to share and laugh with your fellows.
If you want to be part of this unparalleled experience of Colombianness, join our Tejo tour in Medellín.
Tejo is the Colombian national sport of throwing rocks at small explosives. It was brought from the countryside to the city. The word Tejo means steel projectile.
On our Tejo and local beer tour in Medellín, you will be picked up by one of our drivers at the set time, and you will go to the Tejo field. You might expect to spend two hours and a half to three hours total.
Being introduced to the game, history, rules, and beer, because the more you drink the funnier it gets. As it was originally designed that way. In this game, you will be taking some heavy discs and throw them against some fire-crackers located in a box full of clay. If it explodes, you score. The one scoring the most wins, so everybody screams and praises the winner and give him a beer.
You will drink the most famous Colombian beers such as Club Colombia, Pilsen, and Águila and you will get a Picada dish, which is basically a meat appetizer.
After one hour and a half playing Tejo, you will finish the experience, and then you will be picked up by our driver to be taken where you need.
There’s nothing like a Tejo tour in Medellín when it comes to experiencing a real Colombian activity. Come and have the game of your life with us.
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