Our Tour Guides

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With over 15 years of experience in the tourism industry we pride ourselves on being specialists on Bogota and the surrounding area! Our local guides are experts on Colombia and this fascinating city. They have a never ending knowledge on a wide range of topics enhancing the tours with their own interests and experiences.

We strive to exceed expectations which is why we have carefully picked our professional guides to ensure they will accommodate to your every need and become a friend in the city. We want to show you Bogota as it is, providing you with its essence for you to have a better understanding of the city you are visiting. All our tours are private and open to changes in order to give you a tailor made experience to never forget. At Hansa we take care of every detail so you can sit back, relax and enjoy this experience without concerning about safety or inconveniences. We invite you to rely on us for your true Colombian experience.

Tourist guides in Bogota

Our Guides

Passionate professionals with extensive experience in the tourism sector who make it their responsibility to be knowledgeable about the city and provide the best quality guidance.

Byron León

Byron León

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)
I give a warm greeting to you, our visitors. I was born in Bogota, most of my life has been linked to the capital city of Colombia, where I went to school and also got my college degree in History in 2009. Here thankfully I had the opportunity of being instructed by some of the best Colombian History specialists. I have not only developed a special feeling towards my city of origin; thanks to my family I have also had the opportunity of knowing the Andean region of Colombia, which covers a bit less than a third of the national territory and concentrates more than half of its population. That's why I feel so comfortable traveling and working in any part of Colombia as I do in any part of Bogota and the capital region. I've discovered that tourism allows you to not only meet nice and interesting people from different corners of the world but also gives you the possibility of deepening your pride for your birthplace. Also, every tour that I do is always different because of the diversity of opinions, occupations, and views of our visitors. That's why tourism is, without doubt, an extremely fun, enriching activity.

Alejandra Valderrama

Alejandra Valderrama

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)
My name is Maria Valderrama, I'm an eternal lover of the natural diversity of South America. Ím currently studying biology and fashion design with emphasis on leather at the National University of Colombia. I was born in Bogota and since I was little I enjoyed going through each of its corners, its fascinating history, seeing its street art galleries and having a good coffee in the beautiful mountain range of the Andes. My great passion is to travel, meet new people and exchange knowledge and experiences. Do not miss the opportunity to get to know this magical place!!

Mateo Castillo

Mateo Castillo

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)

Clara Franco

Clara Franco

Guide (Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and English)
I'm Clara, and I love to introduce my country to those who decide to come and visit. I'm a political scientist and a History lover, but beyond that, I'm a storyteller, therefor all of those who join me on a tour can be sure that they will always be listening to the tales that built the city. Come along to walk through the corners where our history was written and discover with your own eyes the wonders that lie upon the land of the Yellow Butterflies.

Luis Miguel Barreto

Luis Miguel Barreto

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)
My name is Miguel Barreto, I`m 32 years old and passionate guide who embraces sharing the best of Bogota and Colombia in a professional and authentic way. I hold a Bachelor´s Degree in International Relations from Universidad del Rosario and I am currently enrolled in the Cultural Management Master from Universidad de Girona from which I have an ongoing research on cultural and creative tourism based on maritime contexts. I was born and raised in Bogota and its surroundings and in these three decades of existence I have travelled to plenty of places both locally and internationally (the list goes on 15 countries and counting). This gives me the opportunity to have a global view and local expertise about the streets and destinations that we will walk together. My clients are my relatives so you will receive the best of me while you are thousands of kilometers away from home.

Camila Ariza

Camila Ariza

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)
Hi! My name is Camila, I'm 27 years old and I was born and raised in Bogota. My family and I lived in Quito- Ecuador for some years, a fact that helped me create a strong feeling of identity towards Latin-American culture and history. I had the opportunity to study History with an emphasis on Political and Economical studies, I graduated in 2013. Since then, I've been working in several fields including research regarding historical memory, Colombian history, museology and cultural heritage. Some of my interests are museums, art history, photography, traveling, cooking and dancing! For me, responsible tourism is an important key into cultural heritage, to protect it and to promote it. It would be a pleasure to take you on exciting journey through Colombian traditions, history and culture. What do I expect from you? An incredible and interesting cultural exchange, so we can learn from each other and promote and strength intercultural dialogue and of course have a great time!

Juan Fernando Rodriguez

Juan Fernando Rodriguez

Guide (Languages: Spanish and English)

Jhon Alexander González

Jhon Alexander González

Guide (Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and English)
Hello everyone. My name is John Alex Gonzalez and I was born in the charmingly chaotic city of Bogota. An eternal student of History, I spent a long season all over South America utilising whatever medium of transport available: on foot, by truck, on bicycle and on horseback. Traveling has always been the best school and the free spirit does not get tired, so in tourism I found a way to join my passion with work and give a warm welcome to the world. I also enjoy a new love, cycling, which takes me through the recesses of this immense capital city.

Jorge Peña

Jorge Peña

Guide (Languages: Spanish, French and English)
My name is Jorge Peña and through my veins runs Bogota blood from the 19th century. I studied biology and have fallen in love with the nature offered by my country. I speak and write very well in English, French and Spanish. I am a food lover, so with me you will get to know the best cuisine and gastronomy available in the city and the country. I like to walk and as such if preferable we can visit many different places in a single day.

David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez

Guide (Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and English)
Hi there, my name is David Rodríguez I'm 29 and native to Bogota. I graduated in anthropology at the National University of Colombia in 2013, I've a particular interest in the topics of culture and memory. I've had the opportunity to take a closer look at the different shades of memory construction; for example some sectors of Colombian youth, like young people living in marginalized zones in Bogota and high school youngsters in Providence Island in the Caribbean. Also I had the opportunity to analyse the official memory of the Nation whist volunteering at the National Museum of Colombia in 2009. As a tour guide I've found satisfaction in getting closer to the unique things that make up Colombia's distinctive culture, as well as conducting a fruitful anthropology exercise by getting to know these singularities of our history and culture through tourism as an active intercultural exchange. Being able to share this knowledge with people from different backgrounds really makes me passionate because knowing such diverse readings of our history, culture and landscapes is very interesting and important to me.

Marcello Bitti

Marcello Bitti

Guide (Languages: Spanish, Italian, German and English)
My name is Marcello Bitti, Son of Colombia and Grandson of El Dorado, Hotelier and Gastronome.

Nancy Correal

Nancy Correal

Guide (Languages: Spanish, French, Italian and English)
My name is Nancy Correal, I'm a Professional Tour Guide in Spanish, English, French and Italian. I like to travel and make the tourists visiting Colombia enjoy themselves and make their stay unforgettable. My experiences in the United States and Europe have given me a great experience and knowledge that has been very useful in the field of tourism.

Rafael Afanador

Rafael Afanador

Guide (Languages: Spanish & English)
My name is Rafael Afanador, 24 years old, I love my country, my city, my culture, my cuisine and my people. A Pasia by birth but a Rolo at heart, lover of food and art. I am passionate about conveying the beauty of my capital, its historical and cultural sites and its emblematic surroundings to all those who visit us!
Tourist Drivers

Our Drivers

Our drivers have worked with tourists for years and understand the importance of punctuality and providing a safe and relaxing journey through the city.

Luis Colmenares

Luis Colmenares

Driver (Languages: Spanish)
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Top quality vehicles conditioned to provide you with comfort and efficiency during your trip.

Van 6 - 8 pax.

Van 6 - 8 pax.

Van 4 - 6 pax.

Van 4 - 6 pax.

Bus 20 - 25 pax.

Bus 20 - 25 pax.

Van 8 - 10 pax.

Van 8 - 10 pax.

Van 10 - 12 pax.

Van 10 - 12 pax.

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"By the end of the week, I felt I'd made a new friend and was leaving a city I had fallen in love with. If and when we get to go back, I'll be asking Daniel to take us to more sites and share more of his favorite places with us. I can't adequately express how much his time and dedication to our trip meant to me. Absolutely wonderful tour guide."
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"Excellent tour all around. Arian was our guide and she was fun, entertaining and knowledgeable. Highly recommended."
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"Our guide, Marcello, gave us a fantastic tour, his knowledge about the city of Bogota is admirable. Thanks to him we had a wonderful and memorable day!"
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