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Salsa Tour

$366 USD pp (Discounts for 2 or more people)

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

Salsa is the dance of passion. Let’s learn together the steps and feel all the energy of this contagious rhythm in this Salsa Tour.

* Sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing are advised

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Salsa Tour in Bogota

Salsa is  social dance as can be seen by the many salsa clubs throughout Colombia full of happy locals and tourists dancing the night away. The style of dance originated in the Caribbean and Cuba and now each Latin American country has its own style, Colombia is no exception! Dancing is more than just a fun activity. It’s a way of life here and part of the Colombian culture that no one can deny. And adding to all that, dancing is also an exercise that helps maintain your physique. A personal coach and professional dancer will teach you the proper movements of the salsa dance.

In the middle of the tour, we’ll take a break to have a delicious typical dinner. After that, “Galeria Café y Libro” or “Quiebra Canto” restaurant will be waiting for you to practice what you’ve learned with live music and shows.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY (Can be changed according to the client)

SALSA TOUR IN BOGOTA 6 HOURS
17: 00 Pick up at the hotel
18: 00 Arrive to the Salsa Class
20: 30 Dinner at a Local Restaurant
21: 30 Arrive to the Salsa bar to practice what you’ve learned.
23: 00 Arrival at the hotel or you can stay at the bar.
***Includes: Professional bilingual guide, private transportation service, entrances, dinner and Salsa class.

1 review for Salsa Tour

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Dancing is the cornerstone of Colombian culture! If you don’t learn you might feel left out as everyone parties and dances their way around the clubs at night. I thought there was only salsa but there’s many different dances here dependent on the region. I think salsa is the most important to learn though as it is most common and everyone seems to love it. It is not as easy as it looks but once you get the rhythm right its a lot of fun. Thanks Hansa!

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