Photography Tour in Bogota

$218 USD pp (Discounts for 2 or more people)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Photography Tour in Bogota – Photography is not just a hobby, it’s a passion and a way of expression. It doesn’t matter if you are a rookie or a professional photographer, Bogotá will show you hidden places that will seduce your lens.

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Photography Tour in Bogota

Photography is not just a hobby; it is a passion and an expression of creativity in the format of media. It doesn’t matter if you are a rookie or a professional photographer, Bogotá will show you hidden places that will seduce your lens and give ample opportunity for taking impressive shots. Whether it’s landscapes, architecture, action or candid real life cultural shots you are looking for all of it can be found right here in this Photography tour in Bogotá. Bogota photography is popular as you will notice as you walk the colourful streets and see plenty of tourists trying their hand at the craft.

A 5 hours tour will be enough to walk around the most photogenic zones of the city, where our expert guide will explain secrets and give tips to improve your performance and capability in this fun activity. La Candelaria’s architecture, the privileged view from Monserrate, the majesty of Plaza de Bolivar, and the beautiful design of The Bullfighting Ring will be among our objectives when deciding where to focus your lens. What better way to enjoy a new destination that by learning and improving a skill then leaving with a tangible memory always reminding you of your time here.

Note: any of our tours can be a photography tour. Let’s choose our favorite destination and make our visit an eternal memory!

SUGGESTED ITINERARY (Can be changed according to the client)

09: 00 Pick up at the hotel
10: 00 Visit Monserrate Hill and its Sanctuary
11: 30 Visit La Candelaria neighborhood, the Cathedral, the Bolivar Square, Justice Palace, the National Capitoly.
13: 00 Lunch at a typical restaurant (includes main course and a non-alcoholic beverage).
14: 00 Return to the hotel.
15: 00 Arrival at the hotel.
***Includes: Professional bilingual guide, private transportation service, lunch and entrances.

2 reviews for Photography Tour in Bogota

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (K) London

    I only had one day in Bogota before my main holiday in Colombia began. I knew there wasn’t time to see everything, so I decided to just concentrate on a small area that would be interesting to photograph – I’m inspired by colour and I love street art. Oscar (my guide) took time to listen to what I wanted to do, then also to think about the places he thought I would enjoy. I had a fabulous day out with him strolling the streets and just taking everything in. He was so patient when I constantly stopped to take photographs and was great company too, explaining the history and culture of the city (and Colombia itself) and also some of his own life. We had coffee at Juan Valdez and thoughtfully suggested lunch at a gorgeous vegetarian restaurant (Quinua y Amaranto). In the afternoon he drove me out of the centre to view some of the massive street art along the main roads – and stopped the car so I could jump out an take photographs!
    All in all an excellent, properly personalised tour, tailored exactly to my interests – worth every penny and I highly recommend if you’re particular about things you want to do!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    I rarely take guided tours but thought that it would be useful for my first day in Colombia to have a guide. I couldn’t have made a better choice.

    I took the City Photo Tour (which was really a tour of photogenic places in the City) with Marcelo Bitti as my guide. Marcelo was friendly, energetic and a walking encyclopedia. He is an awesome guide. We visited Monserrate and Guadelupe Hill for great vistas of the City, then some graffiti street art in Candelaria, then lunch (good Colombian food) and then off to the market to taste lots of local fruit.

    Marcelo was careful to ask what I was interested in and to fashion the itinerary to meet my interests. At lunch, I was free to choose whatever I wanted to eat (after he made some great suggestions). We didn’t waste time (for me) in souvenir shops. It was exactly the kind of experience I was hoping to have and I learned more about the City and its residents in that 5 hours than I would have learned on my own in a week of travel.

    I enjoyed it so much I surprised myself and signed up for a second day of tours to Guatavita. We traveled about an hour out of the city. I was pretty slow, but we took our time and walked up to the lake (it’s a pretty easy walk), the clouds cleared and the sun came out long enough for me to snap some pictures, and then we made our way back to the van in the pouring rain and despite the weather, I counted it as another incredible day in Colombia.

    At all times, the drives were friendly, helpful, courteous. Marcelo has a gift for sharing Colombia with his guests.

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