We took a private tour with Juan Carlos. Everything was perfect! He has an excellent knowledge about Medellin and speak perfect English and Spanish. We took the metro, metro cable, we went to Botero Plaza and comuna 13. Thank you Juan Carlos and Colombia travel! Now I’m in love with Medellín.
Traditional Food Tour in Medellín
Private 6-hour tour
Interact with nature & cultural traditions
Explore daily Colombian flavors & old train paths
Traditional flavors accompanied by beautiful surroundings
Just one hour from the Medellín city limits, you’ll discover the incredible utopia that is the Colombian countryside. Deep within it lie the old train tracks that today are home to a traditional arepa restaurant. Take the leap and enjoy another incredible flavor: mazamorra. Our cereals (no, not Corn Flakes!) are what give us enough energy to continue wandering through this breathtaking landscape.
What you'll enjoy
Old train tunnels
A traditional arepa restaurant
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All prices are per person and in USD
2 passengers $99
3 passengers $89
4 passengers $78
5 passengers $70
6 passengers $60
7 passengers $52
8 passengers $47
9 passengers $40
10 passengers $35
Hotel pick-up & drop-off anywhere in Medellín
Year-round, every day (unless otherwise indicated)
2 – 10
- Private transportation and driver
- Bilingual guide
- Traditional foods
- Medical insurance
Personal expenses & tips
What to bring:
Comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses
Note: we recommend bringing a raincoat or poncho if rain is in the forecast.
Overview of your tour
The mountains’ luscious green is just within reach as soon as we leave Medellín. After just one hour in the car, we arrive at this natural place. Among the old train tracks we’ll stumble upon an old traditional arepa restaurant. Arepas are the very basis of Colombian cuisine, and today, you’ll learn just how we make them — old-style! With the cornmeal between your fingers, experts will guide you in making your very own breakfast. After we squash our hunger, we’ll continue through this gorgeous locale toward the old train tunnels. Another traditional stop awaits us, and it’s time to sample mazamorra, a traditional drink made with corn and milk. Though it may remind you of Corn Flakes, trust us — this is far from it! Savoring these flavors is an appetizer you’re sure to never forget.
Good to know
This tour is the best way to sample the traditional flavors of Medellín
This tour is private and safe so that you feel comfortable roaming around the countryside
Our guides are local and have been precisely trained to know their way around quite well
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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