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Small Towns around Bogota Tour

$299 USD pp (Discounts for 2 or more people)

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Very near from the capital you can find small towns around Bogotá that keeps millenary traditions and that live in a relaxed and clam environment that contrast with the city vibe. If you have free time you must explore the culture, gastronomy and the beautiful handcrafts these towns offer, do not miss this opportunity to do the Small Towns around Bogota Tour.

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Small Towns around Bogota Tour

Very near to the capital you can find small towns around Bogotá that keep millenary traditions and that live in a relaxed and calm environment that contrasts with the city vibe. If you have free time you must explore the culture, gastronomy and the beautiful handcrafts these towns offer, do not miss this opportunity to do the Small Towns around Bogota Tour to see some of the real Colombia.

In the past most people lived out in the country side and in small towns before moving to Bogotá due to displacement or chasing the work opportunities that the capital provided. You will learn that most people living in Bogota can trace their families back to the coast or some of these small quaint towns. You will have the chance to explore towns like Chia, Cajica, Tabio, La Calera, Sopó, Tenjo y Guasca, destinations that will be waiting for you to delight you with their landscapes, flavors and the cordiality of their native people. The pre-Columbian, colonial and modern styles mixing in the town streets are a guarantee of a day full of moments to remember. Don’t forget your camera to capture some real life candid charm as you watch the world go by in these delightful destinations!

After a typical “criolla” lunch, Sopó will be your next destination, where Cabaña Alpina will delight you with its wide variety of delicious delicacies and desserts.

Don’t forget to combine this tour with Guatavita and Zipaquirá, Nemocón.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY (Can be changed according to the client)

SMALL TOWNS AROUND BOGOTA TOUR 9 HOURS
08: 00 Pick up at the hotel.
09: 30 Visit to the small towns Cajicá, Sopó and Chía.
13: 00 Lunch (includes main course and non-alcoholic drink)
14: 00 Visit to Small towns Sesquilé and La Calera.
17: 00 Arrival to the hotel.
***Includes: Professional guide, entrances, lunch and private transportation.

1 review for Small Towns around Bogota Tour

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I just finished a big tour of Colombia nearly 4 weeks in total. I used various different companies and have been leaving separate reviews for each. One of my favorite aspects of this country has been all the quaint little villages and towns, really iconic and typical examples of how people live here. Usually surrounding by mountains and gorgeous scenery too. When I arrived back in Bogotá I wanted to see some of the small towns typical in this state so decided to take a private full day tour with Hansa Tours. The service was a professional door to door service so to speak and the guide and driver were both fantastic. I can’t quite remember the driver’s name but Fabian the guide was superb and really brought these little towns and countryside to life with stories about their past. I’ve lived in Mexico a long time so was nice to be able to communicate in Spanish with the driver although I was informed that even some of the drivers for this company are bilingual! It’s hard to explain but each town had a similarity with the last whilst still containing something unique to pique my interest at each stop. I’m not the biggest fan of Colombian food but the dessert I had at Sopó definitely stands out. in keeping with the rest of Colombia and the towns found in different states the towns here all seemed to contain a well kept town square with nice churches and people generally going about their day to day business, it is nice to witness some of the real Colombia this way. If you do visit this country be sure not to just stay in the cities!

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