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Our most recommended Bogotá Family-friendly Activities

  • Bogota: Salt Cathedral Small-Group Tour with Entrance Ticket

    1. Bogota: Salt Cathedral Small-Group Tour with Entrance Ticket

    Travel for 2 hours north of Bogotá to the city of Zipaquirá, where you will visit the renowned Salt Cathedral. Known as a must-visit in Colombia, it is a monument of faith that has become an architectural piece like no other.  Explore the Roman Catholic church built in the ancient hollows of a salt mine, 180 meters below ground. Marvel at the cathedral’s architecture built within the mine’s remaining caverns and tunnels.  You will have 2 hours inside the Cathedral to visit all the sights as the audio guide explains about the process of salt formation, the architecture, and the mining process within every detail. Inside the mine, there are different pieces of stonework and sculpture that, due to their size and illumination, make this spectacular wonder an engineering jewel, famous around the world. You may also visit the light show at the very end of the tunnels before returning to Bogo...

    Excelente experiencia. El guía Alex es extraordinario. Buen servicio, amigable y muy atento. 100% recomendado.

  • From Bogotá: Jaime Duque Park and Salt Cathedral with Lunch

    2. From Bogotá: Jaime Duque Park and Salt Cathedral with Lunch

    Spend a full day exploring the outskirts of Bogotá with an all-inclusive tour of Jaime Duque Park and guided tour of the famous Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá.   Get picked you up from your hotel or other accommodation in Bogotá and drive to Jaime Duque Park, located about 35 minutes outside the city in the Tocancipá municipality. The amusement park offers an array of family-friendly attractions. Enjoy a guided and all-inclusive tour with historical, architectural, technological, and environmental scenarios. Check out a replica of the Taj Mahal, a medieval castle, and the Museum of Mankind, among other attractions. Following the theme park, continue on to Zipaquirá and enjoy a typical Colombian lunch at one of the best restaurants in town. Choose between different meat dishes traditionally prepared over a fire or a vegetarian meal. Afterward, take a tour of the subterranean Salt Cathedra...

  • Bogota: Private Exotic Colombian Fruit Tasting

    3. Bogota: Private Exotic Colombian Fruit Tasting

    Sample exotic fruits in a fun and unique way and put your tastebuds to the taste with a blindfolded taste test. Explore each fruit through your sense of smell and taste before finding out what is.  After getting picked up from your hotel, head to the only place in town where you can enjoy an exclusive tasting of 5 of the rarest fruits in the whole of Colombia. This is an activity for all the family as there are plenty of activities to keep the kids occupied. Don't miss the opportunity to sample delicious fruits in the form of cocktails, icecreams, juices, and exclusive infusions. Once your activity is finished, get dropped off back at your hotel.

  • Bogotá: 2-hour family walking tour

    4. Bogotá: 2-hour family walking tour

    Discover Bogotá's dynamic and attractive center with a walking tour designed to be enjoyed by the whole family. Set off from San Francisco church and head on a two-hour sightseeing adventure that includes an experienced local guide who can tell you about the capital's charming history. Marvel at the grand presidential residence of Casa de Nariño, the neoclassical architecture of San Francisco Palace, and more as you and you and your family take in the city sights at a relaxed and easy pace.

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What people are saying about Bogotá

Expect the unexpected, its a great experience. Try to get a tour guide inside the mine. Probably 2.5 hour isn’t enough time to admire the whole beauty of the Salt Mine, so I recommend spend more that 3 hours Also I highly recommend having lunch at one of Zipaquira best Asados de Carne restaurant, La Tejedora And you can`t missed the visit to Museo Del Bachillerato on downtown Zipaquira, where the famous writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez spend part of his life attending to High School.

Our driver was the BEST, unfortunately I do not remember his name, but he taught us A LOT about the everyday life in Colombia and its history. Our guide however, I didn’t even notice he was riding in our same car. I think I heard his voice like 4 times total.

Beautiful on so many levels! We will visit this site on our return trip to Colombia.

It was a very nice visit and the video of the histort was great.

Really well organized, thanks for the amazing experience