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We drive of the capital through the northern residential area of the city and the fertile plateau to the town of Cajica, where a short stop will be made at the main square. We then continue on to the town of Zipaquirá, famous for its salt mine, where the underground salt cathedral will be visited. There you will have the opportunity to experience the extraordinary architecture and engineer of this remarkable underground mine.

This cathedral was carved inside an active salt mine, formed 250 million years ago under the Halite Mountains. Here you will find 14 small chapels that represent the Stations of the Cross and Jesus Christ's crucifixion. Afterwards we will continue to explore the town, which was founded on 1600 and still conserves its colonial heritage.

What to do in Bogota
Some of our favourite things to do in Bogota

Central Bogota & Cerro Monserrate

Explore the colonial sights and world class museums of central Bogota and survey the city from up high on Monseratte Hill.

Villa de Leyva & Ráquira

Leave the capital to discover two of Colombia's most attractive small towns and enjoy their timeless atmospheres.

Coffee Plantation Tour

Head to a picturesque coffee farm to experience first-hand the processes behind Colombia's most famous export.