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From Medellín: Guatape & El Peñol Rock Trip with Boat Tour

1. From Medellín: Guatape & El Peñol Rock Trip with Boat Tour

Discover the city of Guatapé on a guided tour from Medellín and learn about this colorful city from your guide. Board a sightseeing cruise to the breathtaking Piedra del Peñol followed by lunch. Start your morning with pickup from your accommodation in Medellín and travel to the vibrant city of Guatapé. With your guide, explore the colorful streets with their artistic tiled facades and fascinating history. Then, board a boat and sail through the reservoir. Enjoy panoramic views of Casa Museo, La Cruz, Piedras del Marial, Piedra del Peñol, and the ruins of the Pablo Escobar's vacation home. Learn about the sights from your guide. Disembark and visit the imposing Piedra del Peñol. Explore your lush surroundings with plenty of great photo opportunities, particularly if you choose to climb this impressive monument. After, regain your strength with a delicious lunch. Make one more stop at the Plaza de Zocalos and admire the colorful murals and the history behind them. After the tour, be returned to where you were picked up.

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Marlon is the best!! Viaja Meddelín Tour… Big bus breakfast and lunch. It start with Peñol and then guatape and it ends with boat trip with a really nice view!

Really great day out. Professional, courteous, helpful. Right balance between being guided and allowed to explore. Really enjoyed

Great trip. communicates well. From getting on the bus, breakfast, sightseeing, lots of interesting and fun information.

I loved this trip. Mateo was a great tour guide and I learned a lot.

Excellent, definitely one of my Columbian highlights.