One Day in Bogotá Tour

Private full-day tour

Lunch and traditional tea included

Visit Usaquén & the Gold Museum

Immerse yourself in Bogotá for an entire day on this private tour

The capital city of Colombia proudly boasts the title of one of Latin America’s most lively and popular cities. This city full of art, history, culture, and so much more welcomes you with open arms. One full day visiting La Candelaria neighborhood, the Gold Museum, Monserrate Hill, and several other attractions is likely only to whet your appetite.

What you’ll see

La Candelaria neighborhood

Gold Museum

Botero Museum

Bolívar Plaza

Monserrate Hill

Quevedo Fountain

Usaquén, a locality of Bogotá full of fun food options

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Tour details
Price:

All prices are per passenger and in USD
1 passenger $238
2 passengers $139
3 passengers $127
4 passengers $105

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5 passengers $92
6 passengers $83
7-10 passengers $81
11-14 passengers $78
15-19 passengers $68
20-24 passengers $63
25+ passengers $61


Departure time:

8AM or 9AM


Meeting point:

Hotel pick-up & drop-off anywhere in Bogotá


Availability:

Year-round, every day (unless otherwise indicated)


Duration:

8 hours


Group size:

1 – 20


Included:
  • Bilingual guide
  • Canelazo (spiced hot drink)
  • Lunch
  • Entrance to Monserrate
  • Entrance to the Gold Museum
  • Water
  • Medical insurance

Not included:

Personal expenses, tips


What to bring:

Comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses
Note: we recommend bringing a raincoat if rain is in the forecast.

Overview of your tour

Experience firsthand the story of Colombian independence by walking the streets of the city center and La Candelaria. You’ll gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for Colombia as your guide provides you with insider information on the country’s history. We’ll continue our journey of Colombia’s past into its present with the Gold Museum. This beautiful establishment hosts more than 55,000 pieces of gold from the pre-Hispanic era. Museum-posted placards are in both English and Spanish, so information on how items were traditionally used is available to everyone. Then comes Monserrate Hill, a giant lookout point situated in the center of Bogotá. We’ll take in the expansive views of the city and explore the artisanal markets before heading to a traditional Colombian lunch. We’ll then visit the locality of Usaquén, a funky location that’s known for… well, you’ll have to take the tour to find out!

Please note that the Gold Museum is closed on Mondays. If your tour happens to be on a Monday, don’t worry — we’ll find another fantastic museum to visit, such as the Botero Museum, or another activity that suits you to fill the time.

Though this is the classic route that we recommend, please do not hesitate to let us know upon booking what interests you! We are more than happy to alter the itinerary to incorporate other sights that you would like to see or places you would like to visit.

Good to know

This tour is private and safe so that you feel comfortable roaming around the city

The proposed route is more of a recommendation -- just let us know what sort of things you want to see, and we can take you there!

Our guides are local and have been precisely trained to know their way around the city quite well

Please note that the streets in Bogotá can get quite busy, so we may end up spending a good amount of time in the car

Medical insurance is included in the price of all of our tours, so we have you covered in the unlikely event of an accident

Frequently asked questions
Will there be other people on my tour?

All of our tours are private. That is, if you book a certain day and time slot, you (and your group) will be the only one(s) on the tour, provided that you are all included in the same booking.

Do you only give tours in English and Spanish?

We are proud to say that we have an incredible team with a wide array of languages. In total, we can offer tours in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, and Italian. We also have a Russian interpreter that can come along and translate for us. Please indicate your language preference upon booking (languages other than English and Spanish come at an additional cost).

Will you be able to accommodate dietary restrictions on this tour?

We like to feature truly Colombian food on our tours to give our guests a good feel for the country in all aspects. However, if you have a dietary restriction, please let us know at the beginning of the tour, and we will do our best to accommodate you.

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