Tour Guatavita Tour Zipaquirá City tour Bogotá Walking tour
Getting to know all about the Bogotá savanna just takes a good day trip a few kilometers north of Bogotá.
Join us in this one for two visits to Zipaquirá and Guatavita, where you’ll learn about pre-colonial history, local traditions, and local ecosystems.
Begin this day trip by visiting with us the fabulous Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. Walkthrough its salty halls filled with catholic symbolism with one of our expert guides and learn their curious history. Did you know an old salt empire once stood here?
Then, come with us to New Guatavita, where you can learn of the curious history of the town and its ties to the legend of El Dorado. Follow this with lunch with an amazing view of the Tominé reservoir before venturing into Guatavita’s Natural Park. Here you’ll learn of the cultural significance of the lake and the characteristics of this peculiar ecosystem before heading back to Bogotá.
Finally, rest your feet and take one visit around the quaint little town before heading back to Bogotá.
– Guatavita Lake is closed every Monday